Many told WorkHound they are often stuck waiting for freight to be loaded.
Wait times in the form of dwell and detention are coming down at facilities across the United States, according to a FourKites executive, but the issue was one of the top concerns of truck drivers for the first half of 2020.
That’s what WorkHound, a transportation research firm that gathers anonymous input, found in its comment-gathering system. In the first half of the year, drivers’ logistical concerns accounted for the plurality of comments gathered and took up 25% of the total, according to Max Farrell, co-founder and CEO of WorkHound, speaking during a webinar held by Women in Trucking on July 22.
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