Checklist for Car Shipping

Posted in August 27th, 2011
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When getting transferred, or moving to some other location you may have to ship your car. There are some initial preparations which the auto transfer company is required to do, and there are a few you should do before shipping it as well. The following is a checklist which will come in handy while preparing […]

Transportation Truckers Shortage Likely to Increase Salaries

Posted in August 26th, 2011
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The American trucking industry is about to see a large increase in payroll costs, thanks to a shortage of qualified long-distance transport truckers. By 2012, the industry will be short of around a third of a million drivers, which may, as costs make their way down the economic chain, be reflected in higher prices for […]

Honolulu Based Shipping Company Cuts Steel on New RORO Car Truck Carrier

Posted in August 12th, 2011
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Hawaiian shipping company Pasha Hawaii handles a lot of roll-on / roll-off marine shipping, which is the transport of rolling vehicles such as passenger cars and trucks on ships. The ships that handle such cargo need to be specially fitted with ramps, tiered drivable storage and exhaust fume ventilation, and most of them are built […]

Car Shipping is the Best Auto Shipping Process

Posted in August 11th, 2011
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Are you in a dilemma about the car transport and its process? Then, have a look at this article, and at last you will say that car shipping is the best auto shipping process. The auto transport companies are in existence for many years and now it has been developed and equipped well with the […]

Truck Drivers And Their Struggles

Posted in August 5th, 2011
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It isn’t as easy to be a truck driver as it used to be. Soaring gas prices combined with the cost of maintaining their rigs have forced many drivers out of the profession. But their struggles run deeper than that. It’s a lonely job and they spend long stretches away from their friends and family. […]

Montana Judge Blocks Oilfield Shipment

Posted in August 5th, 2011
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Giant, rattling monstrosities on 300 wheels won’t be such a habitual sight on Montana’s interstates after a judge passed an injunction against shipping over two hundred colossal, Korean-made pieces of oilfield equipment to Canada. Such megaloads require specialized and incredibly large trucks to move, accompanied by a full service and police cortege; since they’re far […]

U.S. And Mexico Resolve Trucking Dispute

Posted in August 5th, 2011
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The United States and Mexico governments have, at long last, resolved a long-standing issue that had threatened the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The agreement calls for the 3 major North American nations to allow each other’s shipping trucks access to their highways. However, the U.S. objected against allowing Mexican truckers […]

It Don’t Get Any More America

Posted in August 4th, 2011
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Ford Motors is doing a promotion for all real patriots: the company has built a custom, Toby Keith-themed Ford F-150, and is raffling it out in the “Built Ford Tough Locked and Loaded Sweepstakes.” The lucky winner will have the truck delivered to their door by Keith himself, which is the most American thing you […]

Wireless Credit Card Processing for Auto Transporters Gets a New Look

Posted in August 2nd, 2011
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CarrierSwipe, a credit card payment processing company that specializes in providing mobile payment services for transport companies, has recently commissioned 3Prime to create a new and user-friendly website. 3Prime handled the design, hosting, email account migration and other issues, launching the site on July 18th. This will make easier for CarrierSwipe to charge auto shipping […]

Can Ryders Alternative Fuel Module Help Auto Transport?

Posted in August 2nd, 2011
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Ryder System, Inc. is a leading supply-chain and transportation management company, and the nation’s top third-party logistical solutions provider. The company has moved to make its auto transport service greener and cheaper by creating an alternative fuels section on its website. The new site will educate customers and users about the advantages and cost savings […]