Professional drivers Jesus Davila and Tim Dean will do the honors of safely delivering the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree to Washington, D.C.
Jerry Mensinger’s experience includes new business development, spend diversification, and margin improvement.
Technology is changing the way all things operate. In the world of heavy-duty trucking operations, fleets are constantly looking for ways to work smarter, not harder. Now, technology is supporting processes that are automated, instantaneous and increasingly available to the trucking industry. With all of the developments, integrations, partnerships and product advancements, looking into technology progression
Werner Enterprises has signed a letter of intent to purchase 500 Cummins’ 15-liter hydrogen internal combustion engines upon availability. The two companies announced earlier this year that Werner Enterprises plans to validate and integrate Cummins’15-liter natural gas and Cummins’ X15H hydrogen engines, both part of Cummins’ fuel agnostic platform, into their fleet. Hydrogen engines offer
When Werner Enterprises’, Neil MacLeod, took us behind the scenes on how the fleet leverages its technology and navigates integrations with OEMs to reduce average dwell time down to a staggering 25 minutes, there was one particular nugget of info that stood out during our conversation–the ability to benchmark truck service experiences. I’ll let MacLeod
I have to apologize. For too long I wrote about truck data integration in broad strokes as if it’s a magic technology button you press to connect data sets, dashboards, and, well, everything. Need a truck management solution? Clearly, the answer was data integration! Increase your visibility! It’s easy! Update: it’s not easy. The possibilities
Werner Enterprises, Inc. has announced Carrier’s Edge, its new carrier portal designed to offer increased visibility and streamline communications for Werner’s alliance carriers. Through Carrier’s Edge, the company says alliance carriers can gain immediate visibility to Werner freight, book loads, maintain preferences, view tracking information, buy or sell equipment and communicate directly with Werner associates.
In March of 2020, Werner Enterprises Inc. launched Breakdown Management, a cloud-based solution that the carrier says simplifies repair processes and reduces downtime. Breakdown Management was developed by Werner EDGE, the innovation arm of Werner Enterprises, to advance the fleet’s performance. The in-cab, tablet-based solutions leverage on-board telematics for to support operations, safety and maintenance.
Platform Science says it has partnered with Samsung Electronics America to support fleet organizations which are providing drivers with ruggedized enterprise-level mobile devices, instead of having them use their own smartphone or rely on in-vehicle computers. Platform Science’s Remote Platform Management (RPM) and Samsung’s ruggedized tablets offer optimal mobility experience to Werner Enterprises, the companies
To truly take advantage of the latest truck technology, you have to do more than spec it. You have to do more than analyze it. The real key to making technology work for your trucking operation is something far more difficult: communication. You have to talk about the technology, understand its uses the same way
The 579EV delivered to Werner utilizes a TransPower Energy Storage Subsystem with a total storage capacity of 352 kWh.