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DOT Lays Out Impact of Government Shutdown

The U.S. Department of Transportation released last week a document outlining the impact of a government shutdown, finding that nearly 18,500 of the government’s 55,500 transportation employees will be furloughed as congressional leaders didn’t reach an agreement to fund the … Read more

Hours-of-Service Restart Study Is Late

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) did not meet the September 30 deadline for completing its study of the 34-hour restart provision of the hours of service rule. The study was mandated in last year’s highway bill at the … Read more

White House Approves Federal Highway Bill

Reaction is mixed to the new $105-billion dollar national infrastructure law signed earlier this month by President Obama. The American Trucking Association (ATA) sees the law as a good start towards putting America’s transportation network on solid footing. Logistics industry … Read more

FOB Trucking

What Does F.O.B. Mean Around the World? (Part 4)

According to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) recently released revisions to the standard trade definitions known as Incoterms, F.O.B means Free on Board.  In 2010, the ICC altered the definition to state the seller must load the goods on … Read more