Several hundred employees at Choptank head out the reflective double doors at the end of the day while quietly the after-hours team slips in, seemingly unnoticed. These are the late-night heroes, the knights of transportation, who take over after the hustle and bustle of a long day on the company operations’ floor. They handle everything from emergency situations to business- as-usual requests from 5:30 pm to 7:30 am. They keep the freight rolling into the wee small hours of the night.
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.
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.
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Preston, MD – Oct 31, 2017 Choptank Transport, a third-party logistics provider headquartered in Preston, Maryland, is the recipient of the Optimas Silver Training Award announced yesterday by Workforce magazine, a leading publication for business, strategy and management of today’s labor force.
If you're not in the trucking industry, you probably don't think much about parking big rigs. However, for drivers, taking breaks in proper parking locations can be the most frustrating part of the job. With stringent hours of service rules, finding a safe location and factoring in time to park is a big challenge.
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As January 21 quickly approaches, many truckers are waiting with bated breath to see if President-elect Trump will make any changes to the numerous — and often controversial — regulatory standards that will go into effect in the near future.
We are in the midst of a big change, as approximately three million truck drivers will be moving into the electronic age. That is, they will be replacing their traditional paper driving logs, that old standby, with electronic logging devices (ELD). While there are some exceptions, the final deadline for full compliance is Dec. 16, 2019.