Powering Innovation and Growth in Australia

Some businesses will go the extra mile to provide good service. Penske Truck Rental Australia recently went an extra 4,300 miles for a team of U.S. high school students participating in a solar-powered vehicle trek across the Outback. But since this … [Read more...]

Penske Logistics to Review Hottest Food Supply Chain Trends  

The Food Logistics magazine webcast, Hottest Food Supply Chain Trends in 2016, will feature Tom Scollard, vice president of dedicated contract carriage for Penske Logistics. It will be held on December 9 at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT. Click here to … [Read more...]

What is a Penske Truck Hiker?

What is the job of a Penske truck hiker? Does that person climb a mountain trail with a knapsack on his or her back? Do they hitchhike across North America? It is actually none of the above. Penske hikers are the drivers who move vehicles from where … [Read more...]

Penske Is Top Military-Friendly Employer for Fifth Straight Year

For the fifth consecutive year Penske Truck Leasing and Penske Logistics have earned placement on the Victory Media 2016 Top 100 Military-Friendly Employer and Military Spouse-Friendly Employer list. Victory is the publisher of G.I. Jobs and … [Read more...]

Penske Modifies Two SoCal Locations to Service Natural Gas Trucks

Penske Truck Leasing has completed the first of several grant-related facility modifications to provide maintenance to natural gas vehicles as part of its award from the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) in California. … [Read more...]

Penske Truck Rental Tips to Avoiding a Scary Move

As Halloween approaches, many people enjoy having a good scare. But when you are planning a move, the last thing you want is to hear something going bump in the night – or in your rental truck. Here are a few things you don’t want to say while making … [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...]

Weather Impacts Panama Canal Capabilities

Shippers have always had to be concerned about potential supply chain disruptions. Now a drought is altering the size of ships that can pass through the Panama Canal, which could alter shipping patterns and transportation needs. Since January 1, … [Read more...]

Penske to Take Part in Webcast Highlighting Food Industry Technology

Tom McKenna, senior vice president of engineering and technology for Penske Logistics, will be among a group of speakers for a November 4 Food Logistics magazine webcast, Software & Technology Part II: Wringing out Costs and Elevating ROI. The … [Read more...]