Keeping the freight and trucks rolling on US roads – there’s an app for that 

September 4, 2019 Alex Lennane

The number of employees in truck transportation increased 2% from June to July, and is up more than 2% year on year, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
And as the number of employees grows, so do volumes.  
The American Trucking Association recently published its revised forecast for the industry, anticipating a 25.6% increase in tonnage by 2030.
Representing more than 70% of all freight moved in the US, it’s no wonder many technology companies are eyeing ...

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