58.206 Trucking in USA

Baker Trucking
Trucking
1136 Highway 39 51448-7525 - Kiron (IA)
7126754357
10337 Dearlove Rd # C201 60025-3679 - Glenview (IL)
8473872937
201 Frazier Ave 37405-4072 - Chattanooga (TN)
4238053705
4560 33rd Ave s 98118-1602 - Seattle (WA)
2067258331
736 n Glassell St 92867-6777 - Orange (CA)
7143061700
C j r Transport
Trucking
8641 94th St Se 58436-9711 - Ellendale (ND)
7015350366
D & s Trucking
Trucking
4810 Eastman Rd 50651-8903 - La Porte City (IA)
3193422359
327 s Dorchester Ave 60425-2049 - Glenwood (IL)
7087573242
Cbc Trucking
Trucking
1066 Cold Comfort Rd 37642-3229 - Church Hill (TN)
4233574336
10160 w Marginal Pl s 98168-1834 - Seattle (WA)
2067633351
1439 w Chapman Ave 92868-2738 - Orange (CA)
7149533011
Po Box 968 58107-0968 - Fargo (ND)
7012825373
305 n Silver St 50140-1029 - Lamoni (IA)
6417844786
120 Albers St 62339 - Golden (IL)
2176964817
Po Box 786 37041-0786 - Clarksville (TN)
9316471538
1683 Ne 140th St 98125 - Seattle (WA)
2066836968
5035 s Hills Valley Rd 93646-9460 - Orange Cove (CA)
5596267232
Carrs Trucking
Trucking
1205 3rd St n 58102-2726 - Fargo (ND)
7016525414
Hager Trucking
Trucking
1489 Finch Ave 50452-7574 - Latimer (IA)
5072515570
3147 w Chain Of Rocks Rd 62040-7033 - Granite City (IL)
6187284523
Po Box 295 37041-0295 - Clarksville (TN)
9316459825
5950 6th Ave s # 110 98108-3317 - Seattle (WA)
2067621624
821 Papst Ave 95963-1916 - Orland (CA)
5308657611
P h Transport
Trucking
1549 22nd Ave s 58103-5240 - Fargo (ND)
7017305523

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Trucking

Trucking

Trucking refers to the transport of goods from one place to another by road. Trucks are mostly used for lifting and transporting large or heavy shipments/cargo on land. The industry plays a vital role in the American economy. It assists in moving raw materials, works in progress, and end products from one point to another. Trucking accounts for the lion share of freight movement over land in the U.S. It drives the productivity of the manufacturing, warehousing, transportation, and construction industries.

The long-distance trucking industry is quite fascinating in that major trucking and haulage companies only control a negligible portion. For example, J.B. Hunt Transport Services controls about 2.5 percent of the U.S. market and FedEx around 1.6 percent, according to the research firm IBISWorld. Majority of the players are owner-operators - truckers who own their trucks. These were estimated at more than 90 percent in May 2015. Some large companies also operate own trucks for their businesses.

A commercial driver's license is usually required of a driver who will operate large trucks, especially those carrying hazardous materials or weighing more than 26,000 pounds. Drivers of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) are required to keep a log book tracking their driving hours. One of the major challenges facing the trucking industry is that most drivers are older males who are set to retire soon, raising fears of a driver shortage.

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