I recently attended the Gulf Shipping Conference and my logistics engine for the week was Uber ― to and from the airport and all meetings. One of those meetings with a Houston-area freight forwarder revealed quite a different engine critical to their logistics operations…a fax machine.
Autonomous cars and trucks will change the way we drive and the shape of our infrastructure. There is certainly a question of when, though despite the prediction from Elon Musk, it won’t happen in two years. The real question that remains is how will this work.
We’re happy to welcome Allen Thomas to the growing Crux Systems team as VP of Customer Development. Allen has nearly 20 years of experience leading technological innovation, business development and operational teams within the container supply chain.
Trucking companies are increasingly going paperless and looking to cloud-based technologies to manage things like compliance and track driver performance and vehicle data. There are some big advantages to switching to cloud-based technologies to collect and manage this kind of data —...
We’re currently looking for a Vice President of Engineering to head up our growing technical team. This is a key leadership role that will be responsible for the design and development of our platform and apps. You’ll have the opportunity to solve challenging technical problems while...
We’re happy to welcome Eric Lindberg to the Crux Systems team as our new Vice President of Business Development. Eric has extensive experience in the logistics and global trade industry, where he’s worked in business development, operations and sales for 24 years.
We are all faced with constant requests for things that should give us pause. Every time we provide a credit card number or grant an application permission access to our location, we trust that the company will keep our information safe. After all, there are good reasons for us to...
Heavy Duty Trucking recently posted an article about our truck driver app, now available as a free download from the iTunes app store.
The East Coast is getting ready to batten down the hatches as Hurricane Joaquin leaves the Bahamas and heads north. As of the time of this post, Joaquin is just a category 3 storm and will likely increase in strength to a category 4.
Yesterday, Port Technology International covered the launch of our new app that gives truck drivers, marine terminals and freight brokers insight into their delivery order status, container availability, routes and processing.