I start off this episode talking about a truck we had breakdown and the excitement that ensued. It all ended as well as can be expected, the load got delivered, only a day late, and our driver made it home in time for Thanksgiving.
We finally broke the losing streak, but not by as much as I would have liked. October saw the establishment of several new records, predominantly positive ones. However, the bottom line was not where I would have liked to see it. There is definitely more work to be done, but I feel like we are moving in the right direction.
I have some good news and some bad news… October is going to break some records, in a good way. Before we can get to October, let’s go over September! Here are our financials.
Join us as we unveil a significant shift in our operations—bringing dispatching in-house. Your 20 Dispatch, a vital part of our journey since day one, will no longer be an external partner. Listen to the episode to learn more about this transition!
Making lots of little changes is hard. It requires patience, dedication and a willingness to be deliberate in all you do. That is not easy, but people who are willing to do that are usually the people who are successful. Jump on the wagon with us, let’s go down this path together and work diligently on solving this problem.
I start off this episode talking about an overside load crash here in Utah that could have been catastrophic. It was a totally preventable crash and resulted because of what I would call extreme negligence. It’s an interesting story and one of those situations where we should all learn from someone else’s mistakes. It is easier that way.
National Truck Driver’s Appreciation Week is almost upon us, so we thought it would be a good time to do an episode that is a tribute to the truck drivers of America.
One of the most challenging things to do when on the road is to maintain good health and fitness. Health and fitness can mean a lot of different things, during this episode Craig and I are going to focus on 3 different aspects nutrition, mental health, and fitness. The biggest keys to be successful in any one of these areas is to first prioritize your time on the road and second to think ahead and plan.
Another tough month. June, July, and August are some of the harder months of the year. But how do you get through the hard times? Listen to this episode to find out!
It’s no secret that trucking is really tough right now. That fact has caused me to do a lot of thinking lately about what can I do to help get Haulin Assets in a healthier place. One of the things I decided to do was look at the loads we have been hauling to see if I could find any positive or negative trends that we could improve on. In this episode, Craig and I are going to take a look at what I have found.