Trucking

  • Is There a Truck Driver Shortage or Not? ATA Says Research Paper Made ‘Critical Errors’

    Mar 29, 2019 — The chief economist for American Trucking Associations has criticized a research paper written by a university professor and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics official that questioned the severity of the truck driver shortage decried by many in the industry.
  • UK truckers set for temporary EU permit-free access in a no deal Brexit

    Mar 6, 2019 — UK hauliers may be able to maintain operations in the European Union (EU) without permits for certain services over a nine month period in the event of a no deal Brexit. A provisional agreement between the European Parliament and Member States to allow UK hauliers to work without European Conference of Ministers of Transport (ECMT) permits still needs to be formally confirmed.
  • Fast-developing South-east Asian road network is giving air a run for its money

    Mar 6, 2019 — Singapore-based YCH Group has entered South-east Asia’s burgeoning cross-border road freight market with the launch of its China-ASEAN Regular Shuttle Service. YCH claims the service can challenge air freight on transit times, with 45ft container trucks plying the 4,500km route from Chongqing to Singapore.
  • Cheap Prices Will Be the Latest Casualty of the Trucker Shortage

    Mar 4, 2019 — America simply doesn’t have enough truck drivers to deliver everything it needs to ship. That has trucking companies scrambling to find ways to keep costs down.