The trucking industry and many fleet management efforts would not be possible without support from various partners, companies and suppliers across the country.
The founder of Trinity Logistics recently won the Golden Achievement Award from the American Truck Historical Society for more than 50 years of service and support to the trucking industry. The founder, Ed Banning, worked at his father's trucking company in Federalsburg, Maryland, and then founded the logistics company to simplify operations for other trucking companies, the Cape Gazette reported.
"The talented and loyal team members I’ve had the pleasure of serving for the last 59 years have enabled me to have such a rewarding career," Banning said. "I accept this honor on their behalf."
ToolsGroup, a supply chain planning company, has received several awards recently for their technology innovations to improve supply chain operations and efficiency. The company has added three top 100 supply chain awards, including SupplyChainBrain's Great Supply Chain Partners, the Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 and the inbound Logistics Top 100 awards.
"ToolsGroup was selected because its solutions work tactically to master supply chain transactions, as well as strategically to act as a change agent to drive the enterprise to more closely match demand to supply," said Felecia Stratton, editor of Inbound Logistics. "ToolsGroup excels at providing solutions that drive supply chain excellence."
Friday, January 11th, 2013
After completing a study on future transportation fuels, leaders from the National Petroleum Council will provide an overview of their findings during a public presentation.
Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
The Mid-West Truckers Association will hold its second annual Mid-West Truck and Trailer Show on February 1-2, 2013, in Peoria, Illinois.
Thursday, January 3rd, 2013
The Truckload Carriers Association recently released four webinars for fleet managers who want to learn about the best ways to recruit and hire military personnel with commercial drivers licenses.
Thursday, December 27th, 2012
After Alyssa Van Meter, a truck driver working for OÂ’Hare Towing, was murdered in her home, drivers in the area came together to honor her memory.