Al Bahia arrives at Port Canaveral image
Apr18

Port Canaveral to host Commercial Vessels for U.S. Reflag Conversion Process

Five Hapag-Lloyd container ships to be converted to US registry under the federal Maritime Security Program The Hapag-Lloyd container ship Al Bahia arrived at Port Canaveral to begin the required conversion process to reflag the vessel in the United States. The Al Bahia will be renamed the Delaware Express and is the first of five Hapag-Lloyd container vessels owned and operated by the global shipping giant scheduled to undergo the...

Read More
Yellow logo image
Apr18

Yellow Corporation bringing new jobs to Irving, Texas & America

Yellow Corporation is recruiting employees for new positions in Irving, Texas. On Wednesday, April 21, and Thursday, April 22, Yellow will host a hiring event as the trucking company looks to fill jobs including mechanics, local drivers, dockworkers, and linehaul drivers. Yellow intends to hire qualified individuals for more than 120 positions in Irving immediately with more positions opening nationwide. Yellow is the second-largest...

Read More
Driver of the Year logo
Apr17

Women In Trucking Association announces 2021 Driver of the Year finalists

The Women In Trucking Association (WIT) has announced the three finalists for the 2021 Driver of the Year award sponsored by Walmart Transportation. The second annual award recognizes outstanding female professional drivers who lead the industry in safety standards while actively enhancing the public image of the trucking industry. “Women In Trucking’s Driver of the Year award recognizes and helps empower women who are making an...

Read More
Custom Industrial Products building image
Apr17

Custom Industrial Products, Inc. increases starting wage to $15 per hour

Custom Industrial Products (CIP) has announced that their starting minimum wage will be $15 per hour, effective March 29th. CIP employees who were already making $15 an hour have had their wages increased as well. “We believe it’s vital in these uncertain times, in the midst of a pandemic, that we as an organization continue to invest in our people as well as contribute to the regrowth of the economy,” said Tom Tenney, CEO of Custom...

Read More
Yellow logo image
Apr17

Yellow Corporation bringing new jobs to Richfield, Ohio & America

Yellow Corporation is recruiting employees for new positions in Richfield, Ohio. On Tuesday, April 20th Yellow will host a hiring event as the trucking company looks to fill a range of jobs, including local drivers, dock workers, and linehaul drivers. Yellow intends to hire qualified individuals immediately for as many as 60 jobs in Richfield, with more positions open nationwide. Yellow is the second-largest less-than-truckload...

Read More
American Association of Railroads
Apr14

U.S.Rail Traffic for the week ending April 10, 2021

The Association of American Railroads (AAR) today reported U.S. rail traffic for the week ending April 10, 2021. For this week, total U.S. weekly rail traffic was 513,724 carloads and intermodal units, up 24.5 percent compared with the same week last year. Total carloads for the week ending April 10 were 233,300 carloads, up 17.4 percent compared with the same week in 2020, while U.S. weekly intermodal volume was 280,424 containers...

Read More
Hyundai Americas logo
Apr09

Hyundai announces Top Performing Forklift Dealers for 2020

Hyundai Material Handling (HMH) has announced their Top Performing Forklift Dealers for 2020 representing North America and Canada. These annual awards recognize the dealers who achieved the highest number of unit sales above goal. This year HMH established the “Chuck Leone Award” in honor of their longtime EVP/COO who unfortunately passed away in January 2021. This award will be given annually to the Dealer of the Year. We are proud...

Read More