Natural Gas Powered Vehicles - Coming Soon to a Fleet Dealership Near You

Chesapeake Energy Corporation, the second largest producer of natural gas in the U.S., recently announced plans to commit at least $1 billion over the ... read more >

The Propane Tax Credit: Is Your Company Due a Refund?

In February 2011, an insight titled “Propane Tax Credit Extended Through 2011” detailed the extension of the popular 50-cents-per-gallon Alternative ... read more >

U.S. Mexico Trucking Agreement

On Wednesday, July 6, the U.S. and Mexico came to an agreement over a cross-border trucking dispute that has lasted 15 years. Since the North American Free Trade Agreement was signed in 1994, Mexican trucks have only been allowed to drive within a 25-mile radius of the border.... read more >

American Trucking Associations, Inc. 2011 Annual Conference & Exhibition

The consensus of the participants at the National Accounting & Finance Council (NAFC) of the American Trucking Associations, Inc.’s 2011 Annual Conference was that the future of the transportation industry is bright.... read more >

The dilemma of rising fuel and transportation costs

For years companies in the transportation industry have dealt with the dilemma of how to maintain profit margins in an economic time where rising fuel ... read more >

Propane Tax Credit Extended Through 2011

Warehousing and business operations with propane-powered motor vehicle equipment (forklifts and tow-motors) were afforded a popular 50-cents-per-gallon ... read more >

Biodiesel and Alternative Fuels Credit Claims Procedures in Notice 2011-10

The IRS has provided exclusive claims procedures addressed in Notice 2011-10 for biodiesel and alternative fuels credits, which were both extended through ... read more >

Retired Lt. Gen. Gus Pagonis Shares Thoughts on Corporate Leadership and the Supply Chain

Gus Pagonis was the featured speaker at Schneider Downs’ “Leadership of the Supply Chain” event for transportation and logistics industry ... read more >