Choptank Transport, a Maryland-based, third-party logistics company, is pleased to announce it is getting ready to open its newest sales office in Baltimore, Maryland. Located near the popular neighborhood of Federal Hill, with its great restaurants, quaint stores, and well-known Cross Street Market, the location will be convenient for employees seeking a career downtown or within walking distance of the light rail.
Women at Choptank Transport - logistics careers
Logistics, along with many other industries, was thought of as a man’s world, from truck drivers to warehouse managers, train conductors and ship captains, but hold on! Women are climbing in the ranks. In 2015, 21.1% of women in transportation earned their way into manager’s roles. Today, even more women are becoming role models in their industry as exceptional drivers, owner-operators, logistics coordinators, warehouse managers, 3PL sales managers and more.
Last week we talked about the skyrocketing prices the spot load market is seeing in freight and transportation costs. Shippers are bearing the brunt of these elevated rates and are having to rethink the way they arrange the movement of their goods so all their profits don't fly out the window.
Choptank Transport is proud to announce it has been selected by two prestigious award organizations for recognition relating to its company culture, training, employee engagement, development, and growth opportunities.
As we enter the cold winter months and the roads become increasingly hazardous, it’s important that drivers are taking measures to stay safe and reduce the risk of accidents. After the last few days of East Coast bomb cyclone Grayson, drivers have been put to the test! The average number of traffic accidents always spikes during the winter season, and with unusual storms like these, drivers will need to take extra precautions.
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California is well-known for its many transportation laws and regulations. The latest one, implemented on November 1, 2017, is named S.B. 1, and it will have an immediate impact on freight costs coming in and out of the state.
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With 15.5 million trucks on the road the United States, it is a good bet to say that the ELD mandate is going to have an impact on capacity when December 18, 2017 arrives. Reports vary on exactly how many drivers and fleet owners are ready. Even if just a fraction of the trucks on the road today are put out of commission as a result of the mandate, the trickle-down effect to the economy could be quite significant, especially when more severe penalties go into effect after April 1, 2018. Read about rate predictions associated with the ELD mandate.