Penske Logistics Paneling at TPA Food and Beverage Conference

A pair of Penske Logistics senior leaders will be panelists for a leading food and beverage event taking place in New Orleans, the Trading Partner Alliance (TPA) Supply Chain Conference. Hosted by the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and the … [Read more...]

Strong Automotive Industry Fueling Logistics Growth in Mexico

With an attractive mix of tax incentives and proximity to its North American neighbors, Mexico has become a destination for businesses looking to establish a manufacturing base while at the same time creating a market for third-party logistics (3PL) … [Read more...]

Cargo Theft Risk Dependent on Where Truck Drivers Park

Cargo theft costs carriers and suppliers millions of dollars each year, and the latest theft report by the theft prevention and recovery services provider CargoNet has found that theft levels are closely tied to where drivers park. … [Read more...]

Penske Major Sponsor of Automotive Logistics Mexico Conference

Penske Logistics is the premier sponsor of this month’s Automotive Logistics Mexico 2016 Conference taking place January 26-28, in Mexico City. … [Read more...]

Penske Truck Leasing Opens Norton, Massachusetts, Location

Penske Truck Leasing has introduced a 14,400 square-foot full-service facility in Norton, Massachusetts, located at 40 Commerce Way, in the Norton Industrial Park. The 6.2 acre location employs 25 associates and maintains over 450 vehicles onsite. … [Read more...]

CSA Scores Removed from Public View; Program to Aid Veterans to Try Driving Careers

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has removed the majority of information on motor carriers’ Compliance, Safety, Accountability scores from public view as a result of the latest highway bill—Fixing … [Read more...]

Four Ways Changes to Medical Examiner Rules Will Affect Drivers

Medical examiners will now need to begin using new forms as part of the Medical Examiner’s Certification Integration rule, and the changes to the forms will have an impact on truck drivers. What follows are several changes the rule will bring. … [Read more...]

FMCSA, Industry Stakeholders Look for Ways to Improve Driver Health

Offering Wellness Programs Can Encourage Improved Health During the recent Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee and Medical Review Board meeting, Brian Morris, associate corporate medical director at … [Read more...]

FMCSA: Electronic Logging Device Rule, CSA Among Top Priorities

The Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) Administrator Scott Darling has outlined the top five priorities he would like to see carried out by year’s end. Among the key priorities is a rule that would … [Read more...]

The Supply Chain: Innovation in Delivery’s Final Mile

The final mile is an area of competition within the overall portfolio of logistics services, and shippers are demanding innovative solutions and timely deliveries. To ensure success within the final mile, providers are utilizing route optimization, … [Read more...]