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Police have charged two truck drivers with people-smuggling after an Afghan migrant was found dead, along with 34 survivors, in a shipping container at an English port.
With changes coming, Smith postmaster decides to retire With operational time changes coming, Smith postmaster decides it's time.
Houston has become a "hub" for trafficking children and young women into the U.S. from Mexico, Central America and even Asia, U.S. Rep. Ted Poe, from Texas' second district Friday told The Trucker here at the Great American Trucking Show.
Julie Matulle, the only woman finalist out of 10 truckers in the fourth annual Mike O'Connell Memorial Trucking's Top Rookie award at the Great American Trucking Show here Friday had one goal - "First is do not cry," she said to herself and to the crowd that gathered after she was announced as this year's Top Rookie winner.
Truck driver fatigue and the truck driver shortage aren't just North American concerns.
Truck driver Anthony Plummer remembers when he was in the middle of the country on a long-haul delivery when he learned his daughter was sick in the hospital.
New construction starts in July climbed 6% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $588.8 billion, according to industry date provider McGraw Hill Construction.
I have been following the Market Basket crisis for several weeks now, generally favoring the return of Arthur T. and the actions of the employees and customers.
On average, North American shippers paid 7.2% more in July of this year than last in their truckload linehaul rates.
The B.C. Trucking Association held a free Webinar today, to explain how changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker program will affect the province's carriers.
It was a truck driver who came up with the idea of Minimizer's "Tire Mask," a tire rim mask kit that's disposable can be used for various jobs, saving both time and money, notes Craig Kruckeberg, CEO and chief visionary for Minimizer.
Imagine your boss suddenly told you that from now on you were going to be considered an independent contractor.
The Catholic Church is no more legally responsible for priests who abuse children than a trucking company which employs a driver who molests women, Cardinal George Pell maintains.
Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket has named Howard A. Laster, a 19-year veteran of the company, as its Head of Aftermarket.
Six million pounds and counting, that's how much green waste has been cleared from storm ravaged Big Island roads and neighborhoods.
A truck driver from Florida was arrested Wednesday on assault charges after deputies say he was involved in a road rage incident in Ravenel.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 04:49 am
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