Truck driver shortage

Is America’s Trucking Industry Facing a Driver Shortage?

In November of last year, the American Trucking Association (ATA) listed truck driver shortage as the number one issue for the industry for the third year in a row. The organization estimates that the industry is currently short 60,000 drivers, and may face a shortfall of 100,000 in the next five years. Large truckload carriers…

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Corporate Car-sharing Market in Europe

Can Corporate Car Sharing Help Businesses with Cost Optimization?

BMW’s move to acquire DriveNow is the latest testament to the importance of car-sharing in molding the future of mobility. While the corporate sectors grapple for an answer to the question of intelligent transport, car-sharing could prove to be the simple yet elegant solution to the transportation challenges of the 21st century. Especially, in the…

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Cosmetic Packaging Companies

Better Grocery Transport Will Make Widespread Home Delivery Feasible

Groceries, one of the true marks of adulthood. A necessary evil that all too often involves wandering aimlessly up and down fluorescently lit aisles, hopelessly searching for some culinary inspiration to spring from the shelves. An experience that typically culminates in waiting in long lines at the cash, and then the unpleasant task of dragging…

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