The four weeks of June — weeks 22 - 26 on your refrigerator calendar— are, year after year, some of the trucking industry’s most strenuous.
As the fourth month of the year, April has an important role to play. Lots of pretty birds return to northern States, Shakespeare celebrates his birthday (going on 458 now, old man) and runners flock to..
Every month of the year can bring different pressures and challenges to the trucking industry — an industry that’s intricate, sensitive to change and deeply driven by supply and demand.
February is brief. Like a bout of hiccups or a seasonal thunderstorm, it arrives in a flurried instant and leaves just as quickly. 28 days. That’s all it gives us. Well, 29 sometimes — but only if we’re lucky.
Whew, we made it through another year in the transportation world. And that’s nothing to shrug at. To say the least: the last 12 months have been trying for many supply chains.
It’s been 11 months since you last experienced a December day, inhaled December air, felt December’s company. Have you missed its presence? In the grand scheme of existence, 11 months isn’t really that long.
August. A seemingly simple six-letter word that has a serious impact on the trucking industry, national supply chains and your shipping dollars. But what makes August so special?