Employee at Ohio Company Sentenced for Shipping Undeclared Hazardous Materials

Asher TobinAirline, Packages

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Employee at Ohio Company Sentenced for Shipping Undeclared Hazardous Materials by Air (DOT Inspector General) On June 4, 2018, Charles Kaye, former warehouse manager, Glow Industries, Inc. (Glow), was sentenced in U.S. District Court, Los Angeles, California, to 2 years’ probation, a $3,000 fine, and a $100 special assessment fee for transporting hazardous materials (hazmat) without marking and labeling them.… Continue Reading Employee at Ohio Company Sentenced for Shipping Undeclared Hazardous Materials

FMCSA ELD Technology Problems

Asher TobinFreight, In The News, Packages

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FMCSA Faces Problems with ELD Technology As Enforcement Starts Originally Posted on Trucks.com March 29, 2018 by Clarissa Hawes FMCSA admitted there are problems with the ELD (Electronic Logging Devices) technology that digitally tracks driving time. As regulators start enforcement of a rule that makes truckers use digital driving time trackers in their tractors, the agency in charge of the regulation conceded… Continue Reading FMCSA ELD Technology Problems