The Road to Success® Magazine

Experience Counts

Anyone involved in moving heavy or oversize loads knows that some take more effort than others. That was certainly the case with a 94,000-pound scissor-lift platform that stretches 110-feet long and spans 24 feet 6 inches – taking up two lanes

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Habits of Successful Salespeople

Successful sales professionals seem to have several shared personality traits and work habits. Landstar's top agents definitely support that theory.

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Confidential Cargo

When the European Space Agency said “bon voyage” to its European Service Module (ESM), the planning process to move the Orion test article from a remote NASA testing facility to Kennedy Space Center was already underway. Months before the move,

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How to Manage the Massive Moves

The massive tanks, built to hold a wide variety of liquids and crops, are a true testament to the saying “everything is bigger in Texas.”

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Innovative Solutions for Innovative Freight

History was made the day SpaceX successfully launched Falcon 9, a rocket designed for the safe, reliable transport of satellites and spaceships into orbit.

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Happy-Go-Lucky

Penrod won the red-pearl 2017 Western Star 5700XE during the Landstar BCO All-Star Celebration held in July at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Hauling a Hospital

The Crosson Agency LLC (GAD) aided FedEx in transporting a mobile field hospital for the global humanitarian nonprofit organization International Medical Corps.

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Moving Truck-Racing History

Drivers may talk about seeing the Bandag Bandit on display in Walcott, Iowa, but few can boast about hauling the famous racing truck that set a land speed record of 151 mph in 1988.

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An Owner-Operator’s Journey to Health

Landstar owner-operator Ken Denzer has tried dieting to get his weight in check and that never seemed to work. So Denzer found a different way to put being overweight and unhealthy in his past.

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The New Face of Trucking

Just 6 percent of drivers in the trucking industry are women and the industry goal is to double that percentage, according to the Women in Trucking (WIT) Association.

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