C.H. Robinson Launches Nationwide Effort to Thank Drivers for Their Extraordinary Efforts Via Letter-Writing Campaign, Cash Giveaways and Donation to Driver Relief Fund

September 9, 2021 C.H. Robinson

As the world finds itself still battling a pandemic, managing through unprecedented global supply chain disruption, and now, navigating through an active hurricane season, C.H. Robinson launched a digital thank-you campaign and sweepstakes designed to galvanize the nation behind an important goal: appreciating the truck drivers who never left the road and never stopped delivering, even during the most challenging of times.

June Truckload Freight Volumes Hit New Highs as Peak Produce Shipments Fuel Demand

August 5, 2021 DAT Freight & Analytics

Truckload freight volumes hit new highs in June and spot and contract rates stayed in record territory as surging retail imports and peak produce shipments fueled demand for transportation services, according to DAT Freight & Analytics, operator of the largest truckload freight marketplace in North America.

Jeremy McGovern Takes Over as New Manager of ALC Los Angeles

July 20, 2021 Allen Lund Company

Jeremy has been with ALC for over 12 years and started as a broker with success in building business relationships quickly and easily from the start. Throughout his career at ALC, Jeremy has shown a strong work ethic and will work until the job is done.

Nature Fresh Farms and the University of Windsor Looks to Bring Clean Transportation in New Partnership

July 6, 2021 Nature Fresh Farms

Nature Fresh Farms joins the University of Windsor in their long-haul vehicle transportation sustainability project to help achieve new advancements in energy efficient shipping.

Former Walmart Exec Brings Ride-Share Technology To Fresh Produce Transport

June 21, 2021 Jesse Klein, GreenBiz

Hwy Haul co-founder and CEO Syed Aman knows fresh produce is the future of grocery stores. It’s one of the few categories that still drives shoppers to buy in-store. But some points in the supply chain for fresh produce are still stuck in the dark ages.