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truckstop

(ˈtrʌkˌstɒp)
n
chiefly US and Canadian a place that supplies fuel, oil, etc, for lorries and trucks, and often provides facilities such as a restaurant for drivers
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The areas of disruption and digital freight matching have been well-covered by folks across the industry--such as Truckstop.com's CEO, Paris Cole, in an article for Heavy Duty Trucking and more recently by FreightWaves' own John Paul Hampstead.
The company continues with after-sales services through its truck parts arm, the Truckstop, and repair center, Autokid Service Care.
Truckstop carries the widest selection of brand new and original spare truck parts; while Autokid Service Care provides truck repair services for all trucks brands, regardless of where they were bought.
The Team Run Smart Pros will be on hand at the 40th Annual Walcott Truckers Jamboree (July 11-13, 2019) at the Iowa 80 Truckstop, in Walcott, Iowa.
THE latest meeting Shepshed Probus Club was held at Junction 23 Truckstop Restaurant on May 13 The president gave a warm welcome to all members present, and also to the speaker Mark Temple.
The organization added Amy Lientz, director of stakeholder & education partnerships for Idaho National Laboratory, and Paris Cole, CEO of Truckstop.com, as co-vice chairs to the Executive Committee.
Editor of Truckstop News Pip Dunn was on hand with the national award along with Ellesmere Port and Neston MP Justin Madders (Lab), site guests, hauliers and contractors.
At the Roadking Truckstop in Holyhead, Dennis Hughes said he agreed some drivers ran the risk of a serious accident.
28 August 2018 - US-based transportation technology and freight matching solutions company Truckstop.com has acquired US-based transportation industry factoring service provider D and S Factors, the company said.
Transport buffs from both sides of the border joined in the Clans event in April at Lockerbie Truckstop and the club's committee members have been thrilled to be able to hand over cheques from its proceeds.
Police issued an 'Identikit' image of a man who was with her in the cafe - which is now Lymm Truckstop.
Noel Perry, principal at Transport Futures and chief economist at Truckstop.com, had a different take than Tucker's, observing that the end of soft ELD compliance would end up being a fairly minor occurrence.