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virus trucking
01
Mar

Drivers Continue Despite Safety and Security Risks

Battling the virus is problem enough, but drivers are facing other hazards as they continue to deliver goods across the country. On the open road, U.S. truck drivers face the coronavirus and new risks ...
pandemic tech
01
Mar

Virus May Force Technological Advances

As companies search for ways to compete and succeed during the shutdown prompted by the response to Covid19, technology seems to provide some answers. From new digital tools to improving green initiatives, tech is at the forefront of the news. One new company has launched specifically to provide technology to the bulk shipping trade. Below …
update 2020 video
01
Mar

NATSA Presentation – Update 2020

NATSA had our first Zoom Meeting – EVER! Please forgive us as we become acquainted with the process and technology, but we hope this provides a helpful introduction to our organization and how we communicate. We have also included PDF’s of the entire PowerPoint presentation so that you can review the information as you watch! …
01
Mar

Four Million Meals!

And Now for Something…….Good The onslaught of worrisome news and virus updates we receive daily weighs many of us down with negative energy.  We long for some lighter news, something positive.  Read about a motor carrier with a history of giving back! Click for Article ...
01
Mar

You get a Mask, and You get a Mask

Some groups are helping drivers protect themselves. The COVID19 pandemic has put protective equipment in high demand. Everywhere home sewers are cranking out cloths masks, how-to videos pop up showing how to fold a bandanna around rubber bands for a DIY version. Many locales have rules about face coverings, a fact that resonates loudly with …