It’s important for shippers to become familiar with alternate modes of transportation such as intermodal to avoid supply chain disruptions.
Landstar’s fleet of independent owner-operators is 100 percent compliant with the federal mandate to switch from paper to electronic logs.
When members of the Landstar family go above and beyond the call of duty, their extra efforts are recognized with Landstar’s Star of Quality Award.
The new rules have prompted many questions from professionals within the transportation industry, including from businesses wanting to know how the ELD rules will impact their shipments.
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.
Cyber Security Day recognized on Nov. 30 each year, brings awareness to keeping your online data safe and secure.
By Dec.18 professional truck drivers who operate in North America will be required to log their hours of service (HOS) using an electronic logging device (ELD).
What do shippers need to know about the federal mandate on electronic logging devices (ELDs) before it takes effect Dec. 18?
Landstar’s 2017 diamond-level sponsor, Comdata Inc., offers Landstar independent owner-operators and Landstar independent agents innovative B2B payment and operating technology, in support of their independent businesses.