Tag Archives: C.L. Services inc

The ABC’s of the Capacity Shortage

Understanding the Capacity Shortage  Anyone who regularly moves freight likely has realized that their brokerage is facing a major capacity shortage, along with a hike in prices to go with it. Industry experts predicted a shortage and rate increase a … Continue reading

C. L. Services, Inc. Gives Back to the Local Community

On July 14th, C. L. Services, Inc. kicked off a two-week School Supply Drive for Hapeville Elementary School. Hapeville Elementary School is a Title I school located two miles from our headquarters in Atlanta, GA. To encourage donations, we made the … Continue reading

Podcasts for Truck Drivers and Owner-Operators

Spending countless hours in your cab by yourself can get lonely. You need quality entertainment to help pass the time. Good thing there are tons of podcasts – downloadable audio programs – to alleviate the sometimes monotonous journey of over … Continue reading

What Effect Will ELDs Have on the 3PL Industry?

December 18th, 2017, a day that most in the industry are fearing, will be upon us in only a matter of months. Phase 1 of the FMCSA’s ELD mandate will be over, and Phase 2 will begin. Requiring drivers and … Continue reading

Top Ten Tips to Rock the Interview and Land the Job

So, you got the interview! Congratulations. Now what? Interviewing can be extremely stressful, but it doesn’t need to be. We’ve compiled a list of tips to help you succeed and land your dream job. Don’t wing it, preparation is key: … Continue reading

Shippers — Our Capacity Expectations for 2017

Nearly half way through the calendar year there are still only vague predictions as to how the remainder of 2017 will unravel. The ELD time crunch is upon us, which will only further the current driver shortage. A new Presidential … Continue reading

Considering Rail? Here’s What to Expect..

Shippers have two options to get their product to the destination, truck or rail.  Depending on the commodity, shipping destination, & the load tonnage, it might initially appear to be more financially lucrative to ship by rail.  However, here are … Continue reading