More than 12,400 employees from more than 17 federal departments and agencies are working together in support of the ongoing response to damages resulting from Hurricane Harvey and subsequent flooding across Texas and Louisiana – and that...
EIA says the “devastation” caused by Hurricane Harvey “casts a great deal of uncertainty” regarding what may happen in terms of fuel prices over the next few weeks.
Load Board firm noted a “continuation of unusually high demand” for truckload capacity during the week ending August 26.
A fully-electric Class 7 truck, new natural gas-fired products, and a new super-efficient diesel engine for 2022 are just part of the OEM’s forward-looking plans.
One of the three military veterans turned truck drivers will take home a brand new Kenworth T680 tractor on Dec. 15.
The main trucking impact from Hurricane Harvey will be regional, according to FTR Transportation Intelligence, but the storm will affect capacity across the entire U.S.