58.208 Trucking in USA

Po Box 621 99556-0621 - Anchor Point (AK)
907-235-2393
12315 Wilderness Rd 99516-2244 - Anchorage (AK)
907-561-4880
3027 Rampart Dr 99501-3130 - Anchorage (AK)
907-258-6092
2900 Boniface Pkwy 99504-3132 - Anchorage (AK)
907-333-0779
Davis Trucking
Trucking
9215 Endicott St 99502-1300 - Anchorage (AK)
907-243-3086
903 w 48th St # 1 99503 - Anchorage (AK)
907-743-0059
Eyak Trucking
Trucking
1907 n Post Rd 99501-1717 - Anchorage (AK)
907-278-3925
Gross, Ralph
Trucking
1008 w 16th Ave 99501-4946 - Anchorage (AK)
907-351-9307
Hill Trucking
Trucking
436 w Potter Dr 99518-1143 - Anchorage (AK)
907-563-9663
3600 Old Intl Airport Rd 99502-1086 - Anchorage (AK)
907-243-9410
Po Box 233734 99523-3734 - Anchorage (AK)
907-349-2228
4206 Checkmate Dr 99508-5718 - Anchorage (AK)
907-338-0165
Rwr Trucking
Trucking
9603 Newhaven Loop 99507-4427 - Anchorage (AK)
907-349-8646
2230 Spar Ave 99501-1852 - Anchorage (AK)
907-278-4526
Yardscaping
Trucking
11340 Lipscomb St 99516-1515 - Anchorage (AK)
907-346-1549
Po Box 211434 99821-1434 - Auke Bay (AK)
907-789-9812
19478 w Lakes Blvd 99652 - Big Lake (AK)
907-232-6059
Dakota Diggers
Trucking
21065 Bill Stephens Dr 99567-5675 - Chugiak (AK)
907-746-6040
Po Box 920724 99692-0724 - Dutch Harbor (AK)
907-581-8648
12111 Spring Brook Dr 99577-7580 - Eagle River (AK)
907-696-2277
12324 w Prince Of Peace Dr 99577-7539 - Eagle River (AK)
907-830-1803
13135 Old Glenn Hwy # 200 99577-7584 - Eagle River (AK)
907-696-6200
Po Box 6325 99506-6325 - Elmendorf Afb (AK)
907-344-4163
3680 Royal Rd 99701 - Fairbanks (AK)
907-452-8691
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Trucking

Trucking

Trucking refers to the transport of goods from one place to another by road. Trucks are mostly used for lifting and transporting large or heavy shipments/cargo on land. The industry plays a vital role in the American economy. It assists in moving raw materials, works in progress, and end products from one point to another. Trucking accounts for the lion share of freight movement over land in the U.S. It drives the productivity of the manufacturing, warehousing, transportation, and construction industries.

The long-distance trucking industry is quite fascinating in that major trucking and haulage companies only control a negligible portion. For example, J.B. Hunt Transport Services controls about 2.5 percent of the U.S. market and FedEx around 1.6 percent, according to the research firm IBISWorld. Majority of the players are owner-operators - truckers who own their trucks. These were estimated at more than 90 percent in May 2015. Some large companies also operate own trucks for their businesses.

A commercial driver's license is usually required of a driver who will operate large trucks, especially those carrying hazardous materials or weighing more than 26,000 pounds. Drivers of commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) are required to keep a log book tracking their driving hours. One of the major challenges facing the trucking industry is that most drivers are older males who are set to retire soon, raising fears of a driver shortage.