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800-Pound Boulder Tragedy a Reminder of Risk in Transporting Goods

800-Pound Boulder Tragedy a Reminder of Risk in Transporting Goods

When transporting items commercially, securing your cargo properly could be the difference between life and death. A mother and daughter were tragically killed this month in Minnesota after an 800-pound boulder fell off a truck and struck their car, according to police. This tragedy – and others that do not involve loss of life – could have been prevented if…

Recent Motor Coach Accidents Show Potential Risk in Transporting Employees and Clients

Recent Motor Coach Accidents Show Potential Risk in Transporting Employees and Clients

If using a company-owned or third-party vehicle to transport employees, clients, students or any large group of people, it is important to understand what the potential financial loss could be in the event of an accident. Over the past several days, bus accidents that resulted in varying degrees of personal tragedy have occurred from Canada to Georgia to Long Island.…

5 Ways Brokers Can Find and Keep More Commercial Trucking Clients

5 Ways Brokers Can Find and Keep More Commercial Trucking Clients

Seventy percent of freight moved throughout the United States occurs on commercial trucks.1 Delivery company UPS is adding 95,000 additional workers between Black Friday and New Year’s Eve to move their 28 million packages per day – up from 18 million on a normal day.2 The Commercial Trucking industry is growing and specializing in this space can increase a broker\'s book…

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