Survey Reveals COVID-19 Impact on International Trade

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Written by Greg Hewitt, DHL Blog   There are several factors currently impacting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the U.S. The biggest, of course, is the coronavirus (COVID-19), which has forced many businesses into survival mode. In addition to the current economic issues caused by the pandemic, there are other significant events in 2020,… Read more »

Why tire care is important

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Tires are one of the transportation industry’s top major expenses, accounting for approximately 2% of overall costs. When purchasing tires, many trucking businesses only think of the up-front costs of the tires. Improper tire care can affect productivity, uptime and fuel efficiency, costing you lots of time and money. The better the tire care, the… Read more »

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Accountability can be an intimidating term. Unfortunately, the word can often carry a negative connotation of justice, as in being accountable to one’s mistakes. Individuals that perceive accountability in this light may never reap the career-changing benefits of accountability. Just as an individual must responsibly own-up to their missteps, they are equally obligated to take… Read more »

Fuel at Large Truck Stops

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Trucking companies have always been concerned about fuel quality and how to get the best performance for their vehicles. After all, trucks and fuel are two of the largest expenses in running a trucking company. One question that trucking companies ask is, are major truck stops better for fueling trucks? The answer is yes, and… Read more »

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I once worked closely with an individual that battled some enormous demons: depression, social anxiety, and insecurity were a few difficulties they battled daily, all culminating in debilitating episodes of isolation. Regardless of this person’s struggles, they were renowned in their work environment for one rare, remarkable talent: integrity. This individual never wavered from their… Read more »

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Chad is a creator. Undoubtedly his ad campaigns, cultural contributions and endless stream of graphics have, in a way, shaped the company; however, this is not Chad’s greatest or most enduring work. Chad builds things, but more importantly, he builds people. Consciously or not, his exhaustive example of hard work, not uncommonly characterized by staying… Read more »

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According to an accredited study performed by businessofapps.com, we receive approximately 46 notifications from our phones each day. And, if you’re just as obliged to a quick shot of dopamine as everyone else, this means you’ll probably reach for your phone immediately after your screen lights up. Though this barrage of distractions can certainly pose… Read more »

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  Every company has a precious supply of happy, enthusiastic individuals. People of this variety are a commodity; they’re indispensable in their unique ability to inject a workforce with renewed energy, and a desire for personal growth. Grateful people are different. An encounter with a grateful person often results in an abiding introspection that transcends… Read more »

Podcast Network Senior Leadership Roundtable ep 3

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A few members of our senior leadership team gathered together a little over a week ago to record a discussion of the current challenges faced by our nation. We asked them to give us ten minutes of their time. What resulted was an emotional 90 minutes as the group reflected on displays of heroism, perseverance,… Read more »