BT Bulk Logistics Trends - Nov 1st, 2023
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November 1, 2023
Online voting, which helps determine the contest’s winner—and who takes home the Kenworth T680 Signature Edition truck—runs Nov. 1 through Veteran’s Day
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HOUSTON, Texas—Now even tank trailers are susceptible to cyberattacks.
Quala and Boasso Global, who have operated together “seamlessly” behind the scenes for the past six months, today introduce a new corporate identity, Depot Connect International.

KAG’s fleet features a wide range of tank trailers designed to meet your specific needs. Looking for transportation or storage solutions for fuels, specialty products, food products, or merchant gas, KAG has you covered.

Offen Petroleum recently acquired the wholesale business of Sherman, Texas-based Douglass Distributing.
Groendyke Transport truck driver Rodney McNew, and Jacobson Transport and Cliff Viessman driver Gary Schmidt are two of the 36 finalists for the American Trucking Associations’ 2024-25 America’s Road Team.
Suttons Tankers recently renewed its contract with GreenChem, ensuring it will continue delivering the company’s AdBlue diesel additive to locations across the United Kingdom for the next five years.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently revealed the most frequently cited workplace safety standards for fiscal year 2023.
Inspectors in Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. removed 2,375 commercial motor vehicles, or 12.6% of vehicles inspected, from roadways for brake-related out-of-service violations during CVSA’s 2023 Brake Safety Week.
September opened the peak order season for trailers, so while it’s tempting to say, “here comes the sun,” ACT Research was careful to note that one month’s data isn’t enough to “blow those clouds away” and freight market clouds haven’t “started to clear.”
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CHEMTREC recently introduced a comprehensive new Safety Data Sheet Authoring service designed to simplify and streamline the SDS creation process.
Kenworth Truck Company founders Harry W. Kent and Edgar K. Worthington were inducted into the American Trucking and Industry Leader Hall of Fame during an Oct. 25 ceremony in Kansas City, Missouri.