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Frazier Receives ATA Award from Familiar Presenter

By Al Muskewitz BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – It’s been about six months since Matt Frazier was named Safety Professional of the Year by the Alabama Trucking Association, but he only received his award Monday (Oct. 12).That’s…


Schneider Recognized as a Best Employer for Women

By Al Muskewitz The number of women drivers in the trucking industry is growing, perhaps not at as fast enough pace for some but growing nonetheless, and several companies have been recognized recently for their…


Stepping Up to Help

Continuing its long-standing commitment to help, CFI steps up to provide local schools logistics solution for masks By Al Muskewitz Nobody has to tell the kids at the Webster Primary Center in Webb City, Mo….


National Truck Driver Appreciation Week Well Underway

Carriers finding ways to recognize their drivers’ work in this age of COVID-19; general public plays a role, too By Al MuskewitzNational Truck Driver Appreciation Week is underway in earnest and while the COVID-19 restrictions…


Driving Into History

4 Women Drivers Take Part in Historic Convoy to Recognize the Anniversary of First Women’s Vote By AL MUSKEWITZ Four pioneering women in the American trucking industry are paying tribute and bringing awareness to another…



Drivers, Riders Gather To Help A Friend

By Al Muskewitz Friends and colleagues of LB3 driver Jeff Watson are putting together a fundraising motorcycle ride around Alabama’s scenic Calhoun and Cleburne County area Saturday to benefit the 40-year driving veteran. Watson is…


Heavy Hauling

Trucks moved 11.8 billion tons of freight in 2019, generating $791.7B in revenue As if you really need any convincing that trucking is engine that keeps America’s economy moving, the American Trucking Associations has compiled…


Jury Awards Continue to Rise; Carriers Seek Tort Reform

Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared in November 2019 and has been reprinted with updated information.By Al Muskewitz  Everybody laughs at those loud, often obnoxious television ads from lawyers going on about how much money they…