• Santa Fe Announces Divestment of Relocation Business (09/25/19)
    Santa Fe Group is reporting today on their website that it has “divested its subsidiary Santa Fe Group Limited, which holds the group’s relocation activities, to Santa Fe Intressenter AB, a company controlled by Lazarus Equity Partners with support from Proventus Capital Partners.” The subsidiary handles the location business activities for the group.  Other details of the agreement can be found at: https://thesantafegroup.gcs-web.com/press-releases
  • Brexit Aborted UK Exit Date Causes Dramatic Volume Drop (08/28/19)
    Lloyd’s Loading List reported earlier this month that “One of Europe’s leading full truckload (FTL) operators, Waberer’s International, posted a decline in both revenue and earnings in the second quarter of the year, largely due to lower volumes in the aftermath of the UK’s aborted 29 March Brexit date.” The operator reported turnover down 6.4% even though regional contract logistics is up 7%. While several industry issues were involved, the Brexit abort event caused a dramatic drop in demand for inbound services to the UK which is being termed as “Demand Shock”. The new Brexit date is 31 October. (For more see: https://www.lloydsloadinglist.com/freight-directory/news/)
  • US FMCSA Proposes Changes to Hours-of-Service Rule (08/15/19)
    The US Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced yesterday in a press release that it is proposing several changes to the hours-of-service rule. The intent is to allow more flexibility for drivers getting more rest and finding parking while maintaining appropriate regulation for driver and public safety. In 2018, FMCSA put out a public notice inviting comment regarding this rule and received more than 5,200 comments. The current proposal offers five key revisions involving the 30 minute break rule, the sleeper-berth exception, the adverse driving conditions exception and the short haul exception. (For more see News at: https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/)
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Parsifal Enhances PAS™ Audit System Technology

Parsifal Corporation continues to enhance their technology edge in the industry. Parsifal has developed and released an upgraded version of its Audit Technology, PAS™ V. 7.0 which provides the entry/upload of Line Item Details into the Parsifal Audit System (PAS™). This upgrade option allows clients to data mine at a new level and transparency with seeing supplier and geographic trending of various accessorial charges (i.e., who charges shuttles more often, etc.).

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Standards, Guidelines and More

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