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SCOTUS & Trucking + Other Updates
SCOTUS denies hearing on broker liability
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to consider C.H. Robinson’s challenge to a split Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision reviving a personal injury suit alleging the broker negligently hired an unsafe trucker involved in…
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Transflo Expands Executive Team to Support Substantial Growth
Transflo welcomes Mario Duckett and Scott Gray as Sr. VP of Growth and VP of IT & Infrastructure, respectively.
“It’s an exciting time at Transflo as we continue to expand the organization with top talent,” said Transflo Chief Executive Officer, Renee Krug.
Krug was named CEO of Transflo in April of 2022 along with accompanying hire President and Chief Revenue Officer, Bill Vitti. “More than $115 billion in freight spend flows through our platform annually. “With double-digit growth in our customer base, we are expanding existing teams and forming new departments to support…
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Driving Pride: Diversity & Inclusiveness in Trucking – for the Long Haul
June (Pride Month) may be over, but the importance of diversity and human rights remains.
LGBT+ diversity has become more widely accepted and recognized over the years; being represented in mainstream stores, by organizations, and media…
While there has been a great deal of progress, there are still certain industries that some say have a long way to go – Trucking being one of them…
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How to Take a Preventative Stance on Fleet Safety
When there’s a major wreck, commercial drivers often take the blame, regardless of who’s at fault. Even if a driver’s hands are clean, fleet safety is a shared responsibility. No one wins when we play the blame game, and everyone must own up to their part.
Until fully autonomous vehicles are the norm, your drivers are still your first line of defense against accidents.
The best way for fleet operators to avoid accidents is by hiring well-trained, qualified drivers who can own up to (and learn from) their mistakes. But without the right data on driver behavior, ongoing training and coaching remains a challenge for many…
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Women in Trucking Voting is Still Open
We are thrilled to be nominated for 2022’s top companies for women to work in transportation. You can still cast your votes through July 3rd.