Develop a capacity contingency plan to insulate your transportation network from negative disruption.
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Over-the-Road Disruptions Ahead
ELDs are predicted to have a strong impact upon the trucking industry, in particular the majority of fleets that are classified as small carriers.
Driver Shortage Worsening
Due to low freight volumes and excess capacity, shippers aren’t too concerned with the driver shortage now, but fluctuating freight volumes, coupled with a heightened regulatory environment, are set to create a snowball effect that will bring the shortage to a climax.
'Tis the Season to be Jolly...
CSX is proud to announce that we’re delivering a special reason to celebrate this year. Here's a video of the very first train – a double-stack intermodal train – traveling through the 4,100-foot Virginia Avenue Tunnel in downtown Washington, D.C.
Trucking Regulations White Paper
Potential transportation disruptions are looming as increased over-the-road regulations are set to go into effect in 2017. Experts believe these regulations will further impact the already challenged driver pool as well as reduce driver productivity.
Don't be a Turkey
With a range of choices on the table, why rely on just one mode of transportation? Diversify your supply chain plate this holiday season.