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August law mandates commercial truck passengers required to wear seat belts

By Dan Boaz | Jun 7, 2016

In the world of expedited freight delivery services, on-time delivery and safety are both of paramount importance so it's good to see an overdue law being added to the books concerning commercial truck safety. This week it has been confirmed that the US Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration are enacting a law that states that

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Growing demand for expedited freight services sees UPS expand LA/Ontario operations

By Dan Boaz | Apr 14, 2016

In efforts to keep up with the growing demands for expedited freight nationwide, UPS have released plans that will bring jobs and significant growth to their operations at LA/Ontario International Airport. Plans reveal that a five-year project will see a series of expansions at the airport along with the addition of about 500 jobs at the location.

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Oregon to raise speed limits on many highways March 1st

By Dan Boaz | Feb 26, 2016

Great news for Expedited Freight services in Oregon as it has been confirmed that many highways will be increasing their speed limits next week. According to the Statesman Journal website the Oregon Department of Transportation are already fully engaged in updating signage on the impacted routes. The revision will be seen across most of the Eastern half of Oregon. 

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Expedited Freight applauds award winning work by WisDOT

By Dan Boaz | Feb 19, 2016

Every state in the union plays a part in the successful transportation of expedited freight via their respective highways, state routes and secondary surface roads. Each state's DOT are responsible for the upkeep, maintenance and safety of their transport networks so it is especially nice to see recognition given to a state for their roads.

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New investment partnership brings truck platooning one step closer

By Dan Boaz | Sep 4, 2015

Whether truck platooning eventually becomes a realistic and viable cost-saving plan for trucking in the years ahead will be largely dependent upon investment and research by interested partners. A new agreement between Peloton Technology and Lockheed Martin suggests that the concept will certainly see the benefits of further exploration.

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Expedited Freight helps keep the economy on track

By Dan Boaz | Apr 30, 2015

A very warm welcome to our fully updated site at ExpeditedFreight.com and the introduction of our newest blog; the Expedited Freight Blog. Our blog launch here will partner our established blogs at our other websites within the Expedited Group of Companies, namely the;

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