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  1. Feb 28, 2018

    ReedTMS Logistics Cares About Driver Convenience

    The ReedTMS team prides itself on caring about our driver needs. One major challenge for our drivers is finding time to heat or reheat food on the go.  We would like to congratulate Kevin L. (pictured in the center), one of ReedTMS Logistics’ Top Drivers, on continuing to make our company look AWESOME in front of our shipper customers!

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  2. Feb 25, 2018

    Truck Driving Makes 2018 List of Toughest Jobs to Fill

    The truck driving profession is on the top 10 list for CareerCast’s 2018 Toughest Jobs to Fill report, which CareerCast Online Content Editor Kyle Kensing believes is the result of the recession and skills gap.

    In the report, CareerCast lists a truck drivers’s annual median salary as $41,340 and has a growth outlook of 6%. By 2026, there will be an additional 108,400 positions available. The data was compiled through cross reference with trade associations and information available to CareerCast.

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  3. Feb 22, 2018

    Produce groups seek 2-year wait on electronic logging

    A coalition of industry associations has asked the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for a two-year exemption on electronic logging device mandate for trucks carrying agricultural commodities.

    A current ELD mandate waiver which postponed the measure for trucks carrying produce and other ag products ends March 18.

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  4. Feb 15, 2018

    ReedTMS January 2018 Employees of the Month!

    Congratulations to Amy Thomas & Adam Rauwerdink, ReedTMS Logistics’ Employees of the month for January. Amy and Adam have been incredible assets to our company and are regarded by their peers as some of the most helpful employees in the entire office.

    Some of the comments as to why they were nominated are as follow:

    “Amy has really stepped up to help solve issues that were occurring in another department over the last month.”

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  5. Feb 14, 2018

    Freight Brokers Moved 16% More Loads in 2017

    Load counts increased 16% in 2017, including a 22% increase in the fourth quarter, compared to 2016. Steady, quarter-over-quarter growth in load counts began in Q1 2016 and accelerated in Q2 2017.Revenue rose steadily throughout 2017 for freight brokers in the DAT Keypoint benchmark project. The benchmark report draws data from 100 companies whose average annual revenue of $19.5 million grew 26% compared to 2016.

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