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How to Deal with FDA’s Food Hauling Rules

How to Deal with FDA’s Food Hauling Rules

Twelve years ago, the federal government passed a law called the Sanitary Food Transportation Act of 2005 to help protect the safety of food that is being transported across the country. Under the act, the Food and Drug Administration sets rules for sanitary...

Flatbed Commodities List

Flatbed Commodities List

Flatbed trailers are very unique in that they offer the ability for materials to be loaded from the sides and top. Traditional enclosed trailers, by contrast, can only be loaded and unloaded from the back, and all goods are restrained to the size of the trailer...

Flatbed vs Dry Van

Flatbed vs Dry Van

Flatbeds and dry vans are two of the most common types of trailers in the trucking industry. There are advantages and disadvantages to using each type of trailer, including the cost and type of load you can carry, among other factors. So, how do you choose which one...

Flatbed Trailer Loads

Flatbed Trailer Loads

There are many types of freight that don’t fit inside typical trucking containers. Either they're too long, too wide or too tall to fit inside the container. For these types of loads, a flatbed trailer might be required. Flatbed trailers typically are up to 53 feet...

Practical Miles vs Actual Miles

Practical Miles vs Actual Miles

The price of a trucking job is dependent on a number of factors. The type of load, whether it's temperature sensitive, the pickup and drop-off location, the timeline required and more all factor into how a trucking job is priced. Of course, one of the biggest...

Factoring Agreement for Carriers

Factoring Agreement for Carriers

Carriers have a very challenging job. Beyond the rigors of the road, freight companies are constantly working to properly manage their cashflow so they can have enough money on hand to meet their own debt obligations and also pay for expensive repairs and ongoing...

Level II DOT Inspection Guide 2022

Level II DOT Inspection Guide 2022

All commercial vehicles that travel on the roads in Gainesville, Georgia and the United States are subject to annual inspections by the Department of Transportation (DOT). These inspections are mandatory for any commercial vehicle that weighs more than 10,001 pounds....

Understanding Refrigerated Truck Specifications

Understanding Refrigerated Truck Specifications

Understanding Refrigerated Truck Specifications Having a refrigerated truck or fleet of trucks is a great way to earn more money for your trucking business. In Gainesville, Georgia, refrigerated trucks are always in high demand, and they often pay more than dry trucks...

What is Freight Factoring?

What is Freight Factoring?

In Gainesville, Georgia, trucking companies know all too well the challenges of maintaining healthy cash flow. Trucking can sometimes be seasonal. It can have its periods of ups and downs. It can take a long time to collect money on jobs that have been completed or...

Pros and Cons of a Reefer Truck

Pros and Cons of a Reefer Truck

People  in Gainesville, Georgia and all over the country rely on reefer trucks to bring fundamental and necessary everyday products to local stores.Fresh food in all forms -- whether it's produce or meat -- requires refrigeration as it's being taken from the...

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