Tag Archives: Freight
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
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
I recently sat down with Russ Caudell and Jeff Lantz to discuss their first 20 years in business and their future together. Here’s what I learned: It all began on January 1, 1997. On this day over 20 years ago, Russ … Continue reading
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
So far, 2016 has been a year of relative economic uncertainty. Although business levels & earnings have remained relatively flat as a result. The transportation (and trucking) industry are no exception. While a majority of publicly-traded transportation stocks made a … Continue reading
C. L. Services, Inc. congratulates Aida Sabie on becoming Employee of the 4th Quarter. Much deserved, her dedication and hark work are most impressive. Thank you for all you do Aida!
From our parking lot BBQ this afternoon! Thanks to Don and Ben (shown) for BBQ’ing along http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/gastrointestinal/ with Sam! Have a safe and wonderful Fourth of July — we love America!!
We are pleased to announce three new additions to our staff. Two for Chicago and one for the Atlanta office. Derrick Muzzin comes to us from Schneider National out of Houston, TX. He is a recent graduate of Georgia Southern … Continue reading