Truckload carrier per diem pay for drivers is an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) designation covering reimbursement for drivers’ meals and incidental expenses while they are in transit. Drivers are paid a per diem for every mile and generally paid monthly, reducing their taxes and increasing take-home pay.
If you’re a trucking company thinking about investing in your fleet for growth, you’ve probably already run into the work truck shortage problem.
And you’re not alone: Many trucking companies want to buy another truck or hire another truck driver or two to help meet customer demand. But buying a new truck…
Understanding major transportation industry trends remains essential to developing successful strategies. Here are a few of the significant trends impacting the transportation industry as we head into Q4 2021:
The global dearth of semiconductor chips is still the primary limit to Class 8 vehicle production. Fleets are waiting on new vehicles to meet increasing freight demand across the United States…
Avalon National, LLC is a regional and long-haul carrier headquartered in Cassadaga, NY.
When Ashley Pierce joined Avalon National as office manager and dispatcher, after just two days on the job, owner and president Ray Kaczarsaid, “You don’t need me. I’m going on the road.” When Ray called to check on her the next day, Ashley had Avalon’s drivers completely booked out, rockin’ and rollin.’
With help from Axele.
Transportation managers, supply chain managers, and truckload carriers all have their work cut out for them with the upcoming fall 2021 peak season.
But what exactly is the fall peak season these days?
While the August-October period is historically prime shipping time with annual back to school and holiday shopping propelling consumer demand, this season may be longer and much more erratic, depending…