A car carrier transporting vehicles from South Korea to Vladivostok experienced high seas and freezing temperatures encapsulating the cars in a think layer of ice. The captain and crew were unfazed by the ice and used fire hydrants, reagents and crowbars to free the cars. Seafarers are a hardy bunch.

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DEAL OR NO DEAL?

There remains no contract deal on the West Coast between the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU) and employer group Pacific Maritime Association (PMA). We are into our eighth month of being without a contract, and it is wearing on everyone. Cargo is...

EXIT STAGE RIGHT

Meet Dee Sova, an entrepreneurial independent truck driver who moved her company out of California due to AB5, the state law effectively eliminating the ability to remain independent. Ms. Sova said it best, "To most people, owning your own business is a way to become...

ELECTRIFYING

Meet the newest addition to our zero emission fleet...an electric yard goat. This application is perfect for an electric vehicle. They operate in a short range, they have easy access to on-site "fueling," they charge quickly, and the extra weight of the battery is not...

IT’S A SHEEP SHOW

We included this article to let you know Reno Nevada's conventions are back in full pre-COVID mode and because we like to say "sheep show." You have to admit it is fun.

CELEBRATING 100 YEARS

We are so excited and so proud to be celebrating our 100th year in 2023. So much has changed in our industry and in our company since Devine & Son Trucking first hit the road in the truck pictured left in Sacramento, California in 1923. We have seen...

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