You probably know it’s a truck-to-trailer company, or at least you’re used to hearing it.
But what does it actually do?
Truck logistics is essentially the delivery and resale of trucks.
If you’re a truck driver, it’s what you do to make sure you’re on the road when you need to be, or you can take care of your truck when you don’t.
As of the beginning of 2018, companies like FedEx, UPS, and Amazon are all rolling out fleets of trucks that can take you anywhere in the world in less than 15 minutes.
That’s about as fast as you can go on your way.
Truck logistics companies like this one use GPS and satellite technology to map the entire globe and bring you the best deal, whether you’re driving from one end of Africa to the other or flying from one city to another.
And as these fleets grow, so does their focus on the trucking industry.
It’s one of the most valuable, and lucrative, parts of the business.
Trucking companies also have their own brand of logistics.
In a typical logistics operation, the company sends out thousands of truckers from all over the world, each one bringing in a different cargo.
As long as the trucks can navigate the terrain, they will make it.
That means that, unlike most companies, truck logistics companies don’t use human labor or waste food or water, and they’re very efficient.
They also have a huge incentive to maximize their profits.
This is because logistics companies have been growing their business, and with them comes a steady stream of new customers.
That growth means that as they increase their fleets, they’re also expanding their profits and, of course, getting richer.
In 2018, trucking companies made a combined $3.3 trillion in revenues, according to industry tracker IHS.
That is, if you take all of the trucks in the U.S. and put them on the same continent, it would take roughly 3,400 years to bring them to the same market.
But there’s another side to trucking: trucking jobs.
Trucking companies make billions of dollars in sales each year.
According to the American Trucking Associations, truckers earn about $70,000 in compensation per year.
Truckers make up a large portion of the jobs that come with being a trucker.
According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American trucker is employed in the service industry for about a year.
That includes driver, truck, and trailer drivers.
That makes it pretty easy to see why trucking has become so lucrative.
As a result, many trucking workers in the United States have been getting more precarious over the past few decades.
One of the biggest drivers of the truck industry is the high cost of labor.
As more and more truckers enter the labor market, truck companies have to increase the amount of money they spend to recruit and train truck drivers.
According a study by the American Farm Bureau Federation, this cost drives up the costs of trucks by about 70% since the 1970s.
It also drives up trucking’s profits, which are at their highest point in more than a century.
So what happens to all of this money that trucking makes?
The money is often reinvested into trucking operations, which means that some of that money is being used to pay employees more and make more profit for the company.
But some of it is also being funneled into other businesses.
The companies that operate trucking are sometimes called logistics services companies, or SLCs, and their main purpose is to serve the truckers.
A SLC is typically a large company with the goal of providing logistics services to a specific company.
For example, a large UPS company would operate a logistics service to FedEx, which would then sell the services to UPS.
A trucking company would also have SLCs in many other industries.
The largest of these is General Motors, which has an SLC in its trucking business, as does General Electric, which owns several SLCs.
The biggest concern for trucking managers is the possibility of going under.
Many companies have laid off thousands of workers in recent years because of the rise of low-wage labor, and many are facing the prospect of going bankrupt.
A large part of the blame for this is the fact that truckers often earn so little that they don’t have much left over to spend on health care, retirement, or food.
In some cases, truck drivers have resorted to taking on other jobs, like janitors and dishwashers, in order to supplement their income.
That kind of job is usually paid less than a driver’s, and so the pay isn’t as good.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that a company like FedEx could use a trucking SLC to increase its profits, even if it means reducing the wages of its drivers.
And as companies like UPS and FedEx move into the truck-trailers business, there are