The TCS Fuel Card can be tailored to help trucking companies manage their fleet and stay in control of security measures. What’s most important about having the TCS Fuel Card? Well, certainly saving money on fuel is at the top of the list. So is making sure that there are limits on fuel, cash, products, and services.
TransConnect Services (TCS) is a proud partner of the Women in Trucking Association (WIT) and we gladly attended their fourth annual Accelerate! Conference & Expo last month. This conference is designed with transportation, logistics, supply chain, and other trucking industry professionals in mind. It was centered around providing helpful information and networking opportunities, promoting personal growth and empowerment, and having fun. We’re going to discuss this year’s conference and why you should add it to your list for 2019.
Once upon a time, getting your truck weighed was tedious work. As a trucker, whether running a trucking company or working as an owner-operator, you must comply with maximum weight restrictions. And that’s when you refuel, too. Your truck still must meet those weight restrictions even with a full tank.
Truck maintenance, specifically truck repairs, takes a huge chunk out of a trucking company’s annual budget. Next to fuel and purchasing a truck, it is the costliest aspect of running a trucking business. Repairs and maintenance swallow up about 10 percent of overall expenses, according to Truck Driver Institute. We’re talking about 12 cents per mile and $15,000 annually for airline/hoses, alternators, wiring, and brakes.
Trucking Takes A Village: The WIT and TCS Connection The phrase, “it takes a village” applies to just about anything in the trucking industry. It takes a village to run a trucking company. It takes a village to find, book,…
What is Blockchain Technology and How Will it Impact the Trucking Industry? The new buzz word in transportation industry technology might put many truckers and trucking companies in a cloudy state of confusion. What exactly is a blockchain? And how…