White Paper: Future Fleet

The fleet card industry is experiencing a transformative shift due to emerging technologies, changing fleet dynamics, and evolving market demands. To address the evolving needs of fleet managers and businesses, fleet card providers should prioritize data visibility, customization, and flexibility.

In this new white paper, we discuss why the fleet card market is growing, explore important areas of innovation, and consider how strategic partnerships can future-proof your fleet.

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https://www.freightwaves.com/news/white-paper-future-fleet

Freight carrier concerns in today’s market

The freight industry is buzzing with talk about a coming market shift. While high-frequency data does suggest that the ongoing freight recession is beginning to ease, the climb back up is expected to be slow for carriers. In today’s environment, carriers continue to grapple with an oversaturated market and less-than-ideal economic conditions, making it difficult to maintain profitability. 

Over the past couple of years, carriers have consistently reported concerns related to increased fraud,...

https://www.freightwaves.com/news/freight-carrier-concerns-in-todays-market

FreightWaves announces rapid-fire demo best-in-show winners in Atlanta

Thirteen companies showcased their FreightTech innovations during two rounds of rapid-fire demo sessions Tuesday at FreightWaves’ Future of Supply Chain event in Atlanta.

Demos by Tai Software and MyCarrier TMS were named best in show by attendees among the competing companies’ seven-minute demonstrations about how their technological innovations benefit the freight industry.

Tai Software

Tai Software demonstrated how its software automates quote requests and shipment requests using a centralized...

https://www.freightwaves.com/news/freightwaves-announces-rapid-fire-demo-best-in-show-winners-in-atlanta

Indiana-based trucking company with 122 drivers files for bankruptcy

An Indiana trucking company with 122 drivers and 142 power units recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

APL Cargo Inc. of Wolcott, Indiana, filed its petition Friday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana.

The trucking company hauls general freight, fresh produce and meat, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s SAFER website. 

No reason was given for the filing by APL Cargo, which lists Stefan Trifan as president, but the petition...

https://www.freightwaves.com/news/indiana-based-trucking-company-with-122-drivers-files-for-bankruptcy

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