Archive for the ‘FTL (Full Truckload)’ Category

Female Truck Driver Talks Safety to Change the Negative Image of Truckers by Maya Sieber

Posted on November 7th, 2014

Here’s my contribution to changing the trucker’s negative image. I am a 26 year old female truck driver. Two years ago I made my dream of driving an 18 wheeler a reality. I can remember as early as the age of 5 that one day I will be sitting behind […]

Boa’s Core Competencies- A Work in progress, always :)

Posted on July 18th, 2014

Hi Everyone,   This has been a work in construction over the past year but we feel that this is the right time and right path for BOA to be on. Without making our ideas tangible and for what we stand for we will all be just reacting to situations. […]

Does Workplace Attire affect Work Productivity? by Matt Mugar

Posted on May 7th, 2014

I recently read a nice online blog on the subject above ( please see link below)  , and it got me thinking. In the times of young forward thinking offices of Yahoo, Google, Facebook, you find that they are changing the old paradigm of work spaces. A lot of the […]

Operation Freight Bio: Bo Seriki

Posted on May 21st, 2013

Let me start by saying I’m a pretty private person when it comes to my life. I don’t know why, I just am. I had a friend who had no idea we were in the same field of work before I came to BOA. He was mad at me for […]

Operation Freight Bio: Ron Ilano

Posted on May 21st, 2013

Finding myself in the world of freight was not something I ever pictured growing up. I never even thought there was a business there to get in to. I grew up playing with my trucks and trains, the yellow metal Tonka trucks, a lot of them construction trucks, but one […]

Operation Bio: Meredith Siler

Posted on April 23rd, 2013

Meredith Siler – Biography My passion in life is connections, whether it is with nature, animals or people I have always been intrigued by giving and receiving positive energy and vibes. I believe in Karma and following my roots. I come from a very loving family who has always brought […]

Changes of Transportation by Ron Ilano

Posted on March 14th, 2013

The transportation business has been a constantly changing scene in the United States.  Trends change as technology and infrastructure change, as well as changes in business models.  As businesses have become more specialized, the need for transportation of goods has become a greater fixture of our economy and the back […]

Height Does Matter by Pazong Yang

Posted on February 21st, 2013

Height Does Matter,     Whoever said Height does not matter is lying. Every little inch counts so attempting to squeeze or tilt a PALLET is not an option. The pallet will either fit or not fit into the trailer. If pallets are being double stack or tall I highly […]

“Pardon my French…But that’s Bull*Manure!”

Posted on November 16th, 2012

There have been stories circulating around the internet for the past years on the historical reference of the expletive “shit”. If you haven’t heard the urban legend of the word and its origins, below is that has been around for years. I can’t verify the facts on this story but […]

Greener Fleet and Higher Delivery Rates by Bo Seriki

Posted on November 8th, 2012

Greener Fleet and higher delivery rates? I sure think so. When I began my career in this industry I wore many hats. I would tamper with sales and whatever would be associated with operations. Things such as quoting,dispatching and quality assurance. As I continued to grow in this world of […]

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