TITLE

HDMA Dialogue focuses on shifts in technology, regulation

AUTHOR(S)
Vise, Avery
PUB. DATE
March 2014
SOURCE
Fleet Owner Blog;3/11/2014, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Blog Entry
DOC. TYPE
Proceeding
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the trends and developments in trucking as tackled during the annual Heavy Duty Dialogue presented in Nashville, Tennessee, by the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association on March 10, 2014. Topics include the driver shortage, rise of information technology and data integration in the industry, and the issues concerning the Compliance, Safety, Accountability program. It also cites the game changers in telematics in back-office and mobile environments in trucking.
ACCESSION #
95766238

 

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