With retailers increasingly demanding greater frequency of product deliveries, transportation systems that help plan the most efficient routes and load combinations, as well as onboard computers that track and manage driver activities, have become essential tools for handling logistics today. Retailers use routing and load-planning systems to create plans that result in less mileage, shorter routes and more cubes and weights loaded into the trucks. After a driver's tour of duty, onboard ...

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