December was a busy time in trucking. From holiday prep to storms and bad weather seemingly all over the US and Canada, everyone felt the pressure to get things done and get drivers home for the holidays. As always we got through it. And now we put together a short list of trucking industry news you might have missed. Grab a coffee and scroll through industry updates we feel you should know.
This beef and broccoli meal can be pre-cooked and re-heated while you're on the road or you can create it from scratch while you're in the truck. It’s a simple and tasty recipe!
Earning revenue is top of mind for every owner-operator. After all, money is the lifeblood of any business. Equally as important as earning revenue is keeping as much of it as you can. Operating efficiently and controlling your costs will make or break your business.
Trucks need lots of space to maneuver. As the man said, give me forty-acres, and I’ll turn this rig around. While that’s a slight exaggeration, it sometimes feels like an understatement.
We blinked and autumn is turning into winter quickly! Time flies by when you’re having fun. And time flies when it’s busy too and October was once again a time over here.
The CVSA has announced its 2023 schedule for its major safety enforcement initiatives. These initiatives include the International Roadcheck, Operation Safe Driver Week, and Brake Safety Week.
September was a busy month in trucking. We celebrated National Trucking Week, the numbers were released from the CVSA Roadcheck, and some more news about new potential ELD regulations.
We extend our thank you to our drivers and owner operators for your hard work, dedication, and sacrifices to get the job done safely.
We are looking for a Warehouse Coordinator to join our dynamic and growing team. At Len Dubois Trucking, we are proud of our commitment to safety, and it starts at home with well-maintained, modern facilities and equipment.
Brake Safety Week is just around the corner taking place from August 21 to August 27, 2022. During Brake Safety Week, commercial motor vehicle inspectors conduct brake system inspections and their usual Level I & V inspections on large trucks and buses throughout North America to identify brake-system violations.