Delivering customer satisfaction by improving our members’ operational performance
The Auto Haulers Association of America will achieve the above motto for its members through special subject meetings, real time sharing of experiences at a departmental level, developing best practices, pushing relevant information to the members, working closely with key vendors to ensure their products meet our unique needs, and identifying tool sets for managing our businesses appropriate for the size of the member’s business. This will result in the delivery of improved quality and satisfaction to our customers. We will leave the lobbying to the lobbyists but we will be strong advocates for our members whether it’s with suppliers, development of special programs, or other associations.
FMCSA safety chief admits lack of crash weighting in CSA unfair to trucking co.’s, doesn’t offer fix
Echoing trucking industry concerns since the program’s inception in 2010, one of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrator’s top officials this week said the agency knows that penalizing carriers for crashes that were not their fault is “not fair” to carriers or the trucking industry as a whole
House committee clears DOT bill that would lengthen hours-of-service rollback, bar FMCSA from upping insurance minimums
The U.S. House’s Appropriations Committee this week passed 30-21 a 2016 DOT funding bill that would, if passed keep in place the current hours-of-service suspension until the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration can justify the HOS rule
Driving into the future: CCJ test drives Freightliner’s SuperTruck, self-driving Inspiration
Freightliner showcased to industry press this week the $80 million SuperTruck it previewed at the Mid-America Trucking Show. And I was able to take a short circuit behind the wheel of this futuristic truck, skirting the perimeter of the wind-swept Las Vegas Motor Speedway today.
High-tech driver recruiting, part I: speed dating
Remember when drivers streamed into your office and congested your 1-800 number to apply for jobs? Recruiting was never that easy, but it might seem so compared to the present situation, and the future doesn’t look any better.
Carolina Casualty: A program encouraging hiring Vets to be drivers
To learn more contact Mike Staines of Bill Fralic Insurance Services (firstname.lastname@example.org, 770-640-1800) or Bob Perew, Vice President of Risk Management and Safety Services, at email@example.com or 904-891-8708. The intent of the program is to make veterans available as car haul drivers by waiving the two years of experience requirement.
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Access to an online library of best practices for each sector in the industry including general management, maintenance, finance, and the drivers.
Opportunity to participate on select committees.
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Driver Training Certifications
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