Driver Appreciation Week 2018 was held September 9th-15th. Although we celebrated our drivers throughout that week, we are so thankful for them each and every day. Check back on our website and Facebook page for next year’s Driver Appreciation Week
Educating the next generation of drivers. We need more of this!
This week we had the pleasure of stopping by D.M. Bowman, Inc in Wiliamsport and congratulating their newest apprentice, Joshua Gerber, a Washington County Technical High School senior. Joshua is pictured with his mentor, Troy Raffensberger. Joshua is off to a great start! His natural ability and talent, along with the skills he’s honed in automotive repair at WCTHS, has him well prepared to learn the ins and outs of being a diesel mechanic. With a great mentor like Troy, Joshua is sure to take his skills to the next level!
Today, American Trucking Associations and America’s Road Team Captains are requesting that holiday travelers take extra precaution when driving this 4th of July holiday weekend.
According to the American Trucking Association, women are increasingly joining the ranks behind the wheel of America’s trucking companies. Women now account for 5.8% of the drivers nationally, up from 4.6% just five years ago.
Amazon, UPS and others are exploring using drones to deliver packages to people’s doorsteps, but some companies are thinking bigger — autonomous cargo drones the size of small airplanes.
They are designing unmanned cargo airplanes to compete with short-haul trucks and small freight aircraft, and testing prototypes while pushing for their large fixed-wing drones to play a key role in the next wave of logistics.