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Most Fleets Back to Work, Though Future Uncertainty Remains

Most Fleets Back to Work, Though Future Uncertainty Remains

An average of 80% of fleets and the mobility community are back at work full time and 90% believe their company will survive through the pandemic, although they face major income loss. Many are unsure when business would operate at “normal” levels.

July 16, 2020

Study: U.S. Has Returned to 95% Commercial Driving Activity

Study: U.S. Has Returned to 95% Commercial Driving Activity

Driving data collated by Samsara shows that while long haul transportation and food and beverage sectors have essentially reached pre-COVID-19 commercial driving activity, other industries, like transit, education, and oil and gas are far from recovery.

June 17, 2020

Video: State of Ford North American Fleet, Lease and Remarketing
Geotab Launches COVID-19 Fleet Benchmarking Dashboard

Geotab Launches COVID-19 Fleet Benchmarking Dashboard

Geotab has launched its Commercial Transportation Recovery Dashboard, which is designed to help depict the current state of COVID-19 recovery and help in visualize the pandemic’s impact on commercial transportation and trade activity.

May 11, 2020

Fleets Seeing Less Road Congestion Due to COVID-19
Overall Commercial Vehicle Traffic Dips, While Trucking Activity is Strong
March Truck Traffic Still Strong, says PrePass
Tech Startups Match Retailers, Final-Mile Drivers

Tech Startups Match Retailers, Final-Mile Drivers

As the demand for local delivery has spiked due to stay-at-home orders and social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, logistics-tech companies are stepping up to help small businesses roll out delivery options quickly.

March 31, 2020

Ford to Restart Production at Key North American Plants
Pennsylvania, California Tighten COVID-19 Restrictions

Pennsylvania, California Tighten COVID-19 Restrictions

Pennsylvania and California issued stricter orders to residents and businesses to try to contain the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. What does that mean for trucking and other commercial transportation?

March 20, 2020

Foreign, Domestic Automakers Suspend Production at North American Factories
Amazon Prioritizes Getting Shipments Related to COVID-19 into Fulfillment Centers
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