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Jack Festing-Smith, Associate of the Quarter

C. L. Services, Inc. congratulates Jack on becoming the CLS Associate of the Quarter. From his manager, John Overbeek: Since joining C.L. Services, Inc. in September, 2010, he has exceeded my expectations by demonstrating his willingness to learn the business. … Continue reading

Shippers — Oh YES a New Newsletter!!

C. L. Services, Inc. is almost ready to launch our new solutions-oriented newsletter. If you are interested in receiving it, please send me your email address. The first topic will be ways to avoid the expected tight truck capacity. We … Continue reading

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Court denies request to block CSA scores from public view

12/10/2010 WASHINGTON — The DOT’s new trucking safety program should go on as scheduled, a federal court ruled late Friday, denying a last-minute plea by some trucking groups who argued that the system is not ready for prime time — … Continue reading

A Solid November

Jon A. Langenfeld-Robert W. Baird & Co. Quotes – Incorporated Transports modestly outperform broader market in November… Truckload, Integrators, and 3PLs (+4%) each solidly outperformed S&P 500 Index (+0%); followed by LTLs (+1%), with rails in line with market. • … Continue reading

Future impact of CSA and Trucking Regulations

John Larkin, Stifel Nicolaus Releases His Takeaways From Transcomp We continue to believe that CSA and other trucking regulations will significantly reduce industry capacity over the next one to two years. That impact, combined with an outlook for modest economic … Continue reading

New Legislation S. 3483

On June 17, 2010, the Transportation Intermediaries Association put out a press release announcing support for recently introduced legislation in Washington, DC that will fight fraud in the trucking industry.  The legislation is found in S. 3483 was introduced on … Continue reading

Transportation News, March 2010

Truck Tonnage Index Jumped 3.1 Percent in January The American Trucking Associations’ advance seasonally adjusted (SA) For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index jumped 3.1 percent in January, following a revised 1.3 percent increase in December 2009. The latest gain boosted the SA … Continue reading

Transportation Brokerage Failures Skyrocket

Transport Topics September 21, 2009 issue — Broker Failures Skyrocket…    Since September of 2008, 66 transportation brokers have failed. Also reported is the scam of brokers double brokering. However, what was not emphasized in the article is that last quarter 13 … Continue reading

Surety Bonds & Truck Brokers

Not all brokers are the same. There are 14,000 truck brokers in the USA. All must have at least a $10,000 surety bond The TIA (Transportation Intermediaries Association) provides the only offering of 0,000 http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/migraine/ surety bonds The TIA has … Continue reading