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Recruiting Women as Truck Technicians

According to a 2015 Bureau of Labor Statistics study, the trucking industry will need to recruit 67,000 new technicians by 2022 due to growth and to replace the men and women who are slowly starting to retire. Additionally, the study indicated the industry will need to potentially recruit another 75,000 diesel technicians just to keep up with market growth. Added on top of that, the economic boom in 2018-2019 led to a record number of commercial trucks sold. Why does this last point matter? Because newer trucks are so much more advanced compared to older models. Fleets are now going to need truck technicians who are technically sound enough to service these more sophisticated vehicles.

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Topics: Women In Trucking, Trucking Technology, Truck Technicians

COVID-19 Lessons Learned From Fleet Owners

This month we decided to take a look at how fleets have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. We think it’s safe to say the trucking industry has never experienced anything quite as disruptive as COVID-19. Yet, through it all, fleets have certainly learned some new lessons and many have become stronger and more resilient because of it. Let’s take a look at some of these lessons learned:

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Topics: Trucking Technology, Coronavirus