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By using the coaching capabilities of True Fuel® from Vnomics on his 300-mile daily delivery route, Larry Gardner raised his fuel efficiency score to 99.99% during the first eight months of this year. The savings he has generated for Valley Farms averages 1,400 gallons annually, lowering our fuel cost by more than $4,000.” John Dunn, Senior Distribution Manager, Upstate Niagara Cooperative.

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Dutch Valley Foods uses ORBCOMM telematics solutions to reliably transport freight in temperature-controlled environments, ensure compliance and reduce CSA scores. The Pennsylvania-based carrier ensures safe and reliable transportation of temperature-controlled assets, reduces instances of rejected loads and stays fully compliant using ORBCOMM telematics.

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To evaluate potential fuel saving technologies in terms of what makes the most sense from an ROI standpoint—

Hirschbach Motor Lines sought fuel economy test results on a variety of fuel related tractor and trailer components, including various aerodynamic devices from different manufacturers.

“By using MVT Solutions for testing we are realizing a 10.5% improvement in MPG compared our baseline by deploying a combination of trailer aerodynamic technologies...”Brad Pinchuk, CEO & President, Hirschbach Motor Lines

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To make life easier for drivers and boost operational efficiency, Chief Express uses ORBCOMM’s truck management and trailer tracking solutions, fully integrated with McLeod Software’s LoadMaster®. The North-Carolina carrier gets a big efficiency boost, improves operations and makes life easier for its drivers with ORBCOMM and McLeod.

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With an existing dispatch and operations platform, Frontline Freight was unable to integrate automated rating and pricing with its enterprise management system, slowing its ability to take advantage of opportunities to grow.

“Carrier Logistics allowed us to more than triple our annual revenue and today it continues to be central to our success.” - Matt Hunter, Executive Vice President, Frontline Freight, Inc.

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Crum Trucking, Inc., based in Batesville, Indiana, is a truckload carrier experienced in safely transporting an extensive range of commodities. Founded in 1963, the company offers consolidation, multi-stop, expedited, and other services across North America with a fleet of 140 trucks.  Crum’s management team was looking for a simple way to engage drivers in helping the fleet operate as fuel efficiently as possible.

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After evaluating several transportation management offerings to replace its legacy system, C&M Forwarding chose the FACTS freight management solution from Carrier Logistics Inc. (CLI) to meet its enterprise needs. The company began implementing the fully integrated operations and financial solution in late 2017 and went live in February of 2018.

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BRC needed to deliver consistent service and gain visibility into its operations. With an array of vehicles operating from four facilities in two states, customers using a variety of information systems, and a changing business model, BRC required a new enterprise transportation management solution.

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Driver recruitment and retention needs are ongoing and costly. To fill seats in a fleet that is growing—by about 50% in the past year and 100% in the past three years—and to address driver turnover, Hirschbach Motor Lines needs to add 12 to 15 new drivers per week. The carrier estimates the cost of hiring a new driver at $5,000 and spends as much as $30,000 per driver on retention efforts.

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Having experienced 29% growth in sales and a 45% expansion of its fleet in the past three years, Terpening Trucking Co. sought to accelerate its fuel savings by focusing on helping drivers operate vehicles more efficiently.

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Most truck-driver employees don’t stay with the same company long enough to celebrate a one-year work anniversary, and half don’t make it to the six-month mark. The annualized driver turnover rate soared in the second quarter of 2017, to 90 percent for large truckload fleets and 85 percent for small truckload fleets. The challenge for TMC was to enhance recruitment efforts and improve driver-retention rates.

Read the stories of three drivers and the difference that having EpicVue In-Cab Satellite TV has made to their job satisfaction.

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Sustainability initiatives at Saia LTL Freight reflect the company’s efforts to continuously lessen the impact its operations have on the environment. Improving the skills of its highly professional drivers by investing in technology is seen as a proven means of driving improvements in fuel efficiency throughout the company’s network.

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Along with offering trucks with numerous driver comfort items, excellent pay, fuel and safety bonus packages, and operational practices that include dedicated routes and shorter hauls, Interide Transport needed to lower the cost of recruiting new drivers by finding other ways to keep retention high.

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Boyd Bros. sought new ways to boost retention rates and lower the cost of recruiting new drivers.The company is realizing a significant improvement in driver retention rates and lower recruiting costs. Among drivers with EpicVue satellite TV, the turnover rate at Boyd Bros. is half the rate for drivers that have not opted for the system.

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