Drivers talk to one another.  They share the ups and downs of their day.  They share their favorite and least favorite places to deliver or pick up.  They share their pay information.

Electronic Logging Devices (ELD’s) have created a capacity crunch.  In order for the industry to attract and retain drivers and in order for your location to be a desirable place to do business, here is a reminder of what it takes to be a “Shipper of Choice.”

  • – Pay well and timely
  • – Load or unload quickly
  • – Be flexible with your appointment times
  • – Have a driver-friendly environment
  • – Offer routes that effectively utilize drivers’ hours of service

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