Partial truckload, co-loading, less-than-truckload (LTL), and load-to-ride all refer to shipping methods that put orders from multiple companies on one truck. Yet, each mode operates a bit differently and provides its own set of benefits.
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Is a free load board worth the cost savings?
As an owner-operator or freight broker in a fast-paced and growing market, you have options when choosing a great-paying load or the right carrier for your freight.
Find available carriers immediately with our truck search feature on Doft.
Doft is proud to announce today that it’s adding a new feature to the Doft Load Board, the service it launched for owner operators and shippers.
It’s called Post My Truck, allows truckers to tell the load board where and when they will be available with an empty truck.
Normally $29 per month, for a limited time you get 3 months for $9.99 only!
Electronic parking brakes have started replacing hydraulic e-brakes across the automotive industry, but the technology has not yet found its way into light trucks.
A panel of owner-operators and drivers on the final day of the Great American Trucking Show in part illustrated a shift that’s been noted by many carriers and drivers in the past who’ve made the switch from paper logs to today’s e-log platforms for hours of service recording.
This is the 100th blog I have written since Jim Mele first asked me to be one of the “experts” in Fleet Owner’s IdeaXchange. So, I have compiled a list of 100 fuel efficiency facts, tips and best practices. Here we go!
The future of trucking and transportation will involve three main elements: connectivity, electromobility and automation. Each one is evolving in its own right, but the forthcoming convergence of the three is what will create a paradigm shift in the world of transportation.