Tag Archives: capacity

Deepening Our Relationship in 2021

TIA President and CEO Anne Reinke begins meeting association members in-person while TIA's outgoing Chairman Brian Evans reflects on the challenges of the past year,. and the road to success that lies ahead.

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Brokers Turn to Technology to Maximize Truckload Capacity

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Mark Cubine | McLeod Software Brokers are tapping into data and technology to harvest more truckload capacity during the work day, creating a win-win solution for all parties within the supply chain and making brokers more competitive. “We have to document capacity, know it is there and proactively reach out to carriers before they reach out to our competition,” said ...

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Member Spotlight: Russell Leo

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PRESIDENT & CEO, TRANSPORTATION GROUP, RLS LOGISTICS Russell Leo, CTB, has worked and/or owned RLS Logistics for more than 25 years. While earning his BS in Business Administration from Monmouth University, he worked in every department throughout the company to gain a thorough knowledge of the business. After graduating in 1996, he was named Vice President, Transportation Group. In 2000, he was ...

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2019: What to Expect


Noël Perry | Transport Futures In the fall of 2017 we looked at 2018 as a time when upside exposure dominated. The economy seemed to be strengthening, along with freight growth. Would that continue in the coming year? The spot market was sending very strong indicators for capacity tightening and rising prices. Would the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate accelerate ...

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Transportation Market Continues Hot Streak

Ashley Caloia | Knichel Logistics “I have never seen a market like this in my entire career,” said Kristy Knichel, CEO of Knichel Logistics, summing up the freight market for 2018. Coming from someone with 25 years’ experience in the industry, this speaks volumes. With that in mind, expect these current market conditions to continue well into 2019 and potentially ...

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