Coronavirus - COVID-19

Coronavirus COVID-19 Is here and many cities, states, and even countries have been feeling uncertainty. One thing remains certain, people need things... Everyday things that most of us take for granted throughout our modern lives like food, clothing, fuels for our automobiles and homes and countless other basic necessities. There is one industry that stands head and shoulders above the rest with real heroes doing everyday jobs. These men and women are part of the trucking and transportation industry and this blog is dedicated to them and the trucking industry in the age of Coronavirus.

  1. Trucking and Coronavirus: Roadside Inspections Impacted

    The Latest for Trucking and Coronavirus: International Roadcheck Delayed

    The novel Coronavirus is continuing its spread across the United States, with nationwide cases experiencing a surge up to 85,000 according to CBS News — surpassing the number of cases in any other country, including Italy and China.

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  2. We're Here to Keep Trucks Moving

    Truckers Keep Truckin’

    As COVID-19 continues its spread across the country and states are beginning to issue “shelter-in-place” regulations, many businesses are finding themselves having to quickly pivot to remote operations. But although highways that were gridlocked just a week ago are now mostly deserted, the rumble of commercial vehicle truck tires can still be heard, delivering cargo that has become precious to all Americans - masks and medical supplies, groceries, hand sanitizer, and toilet paper.

    The novel Coronavirus has caused what freight marketplace DAT Solutions referred to as “the mother of all supply chain disruptions,” with medical centers needing more supplies and more raw materials needing to go to factories to continue manufacturing the supplies.  

    Social Distancing With Shipping Directly to Your Customer

    To help you take safety precautions for yourself, your business and your customers, we can ship parts directly to your customers to help avoid face-to-face contact, and additional resources at your own facility to move parts.

    Simply add your customers' ship to address during checkout and needed goods will ship directly to them with a simple ship-to receipt to keep your pricing confidential.

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  3. How Truckers Have Been Helping Coronavirus Efforts

    Trucking and Coronavirus

    Whether you’re working from home, reporting to an office, watching the news diligently or avoiding it altogether, the current topic of interest across the country revolves around the novel Coronavirus. With many companies and schools needing to pivot strategies and create distance-based solutions, there’s one major industry that’s not only still in action but has ramped up productivity — trucking.

    The work of truckers to bridge the gap between supply and demand is necessary all year long, but in the wake of household and medical supply shortages across the country, an unprecedented move are being made to make sure that resources are distributed in all of the areas that need them.

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