The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the US economy and every sector has been affected. With all of the shelter-at-home orders, social distancing, and business closures, life in the interim is dramatically different.
With everything going on in the world right now, we know times are tough for your business and we're wishing you the very best. In our ongoing conversations with companies similar to yours, we’ve seen that they are using this time to ensure they are set up to weather the current climate and build a foundation from which to grow as we prepare to return to a new normal.
As highlighted by the American Transportation Research Industry, the cost of trucking operations continue to rise in the United States. With this increasing cost comes the necessity to streamline your operations and increase efficiencies as much as possible.
The trucking industry is rapidly advancing in terms of the technology being developed and tested. With each new year comes new technology with claims that it will “revolutionize the industry.” However, many of these technologies haven’t been fully vetted and will inevitably be abandoned or rolled back to development for many years.
With a new year, comes new regulations. It’s important to stay up-to-date in order to be in compliance and allow your organization to achieve your goals for the year.
Vertrax is excited to share that the Next Generation Smartdrops is coming your way in Spring of 2020 with improved features to help you manage and run your business more efficiently!
2019 was a spectacular year for Vertrax with the launch of 2 new products, as well as major improvements to our existing ones. With the year coming to a close, we thought we’d take the time to share our top blog posts from this year that highlight these launches and more.
Consider these your must-reads to set the stage for success in 2020!
In this series, we’re breaking down how blockchain can impact the complex segments of the oil and gas industry: upstream, midstream, and downstream.
The final deadline for complying with the ELD mandate is December 16th, 2019 — less than two months away. The mandate went into effect in December of 2017 and full enforcement began in April of 2018, so this is the final phase of implementation.
The mandate has already had a major impact on the industry, so we wanted to dive into the adoption rate of the technology as the deadline approaches, as well as uncover the impact it’s had on trucking fleets in terms of compliance, crashes, and driver behavior.