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Arkansas Truck Scales

Truck scales located in Arkansas.

If you are aware of a scale house or truck scale in the State of Arkansas or have any additional information about one that we have listed please help our other viewers by letting them know about it at the bottom of this page.

Cities in Alabama with scale houses.

Hope, AR: I-30 – about 3.8 miles SW. of town, East bound and West bound lanes.
Malvern, AR: I-30 @ mile marker post 113 in the West bound lane only.
Fort Smith, AR: I-40 about 4 miles West of Alma, AR in the East and West bound lanes.
West Memphis, AR: I-40 @ mile marker post 273.5 East bound lane and 283.5 West bound lane.
West Memphis, AR: I-55 half way from the TN border and I-40 in the North and South bound lane only.
Lonoke, AR: I-40 @ mile marker post 169 in the East and West bound lanes.
Corning, AR: Route 67 at the MO border in both the North and South bound lanes.
N. Little Rock  (Jacksonville, AR):  RT 67 – North and South bound lanes (a half mile north of 440).
Ashdown, AR: Route 71 in both the North and South bound lanes.
Springdale, AR:  I-540 and Route 71 @ MILE POST 412 in both the North and South bound lanes.
Buckley, AR: Route 375 in the North bound lane.
Yarbro, AR: I-55 @ the MO border in the South bound lane only (Blytheville).
Malvern, AR I 30 @ mile marker post 112.5 in the East bound lane (just South East east of Little Rock, AR).

Helpful links:
Arkansas oversize shipping rules and regulations.
Arkansas oversize trucking permits – DIY.
Arkansas oversize and heavy haul shipping companies.
Arkansas pilot car companies.

Alabama Truck Scales

Truck scales located in Alabama.

If you are aware of a scale house or truck scales in the State of Alabama or have any additional information about one that we have listed please help our other viewers by letting them know about it at the bottom of this page. We hope this information has helped you.

Heflin, AL – I-20 @ mile marker 214 East bound and mile marker 209 West bound.
Sunflower, AL – route 43 – both North and South bound.
Birmingham, AL – I-20 & I-59 @ mile marker 100 both North and South bound.
Athens, AL – I-65 @ mile marker 355.5 both North and South bound.
Morris, AL – I-65 @ mile marker post 278 South bound only.
Orion, AL – route 231 @ mile marker post 92 both North and South bound.
Dothan, AL – route 231 @ mile marker post 29 South bound only.

Are you aware of any other chicken coops in this state? If so please let us know below.

 

Helpful links:
Alabama oversize shipping rules and regulations.
Alabama oversize trucking permits – DIY.
Alabama oversize and heavy haul shipping companies.
Alabama pilot car companies.

Advanced advertisers group

Welcome to the advanced advertising group.

Advanced advertising for the transportation industry.

Advanced advertising for the transportation industry.

Or the beginning of it anyway.

The advanced advertisers group is for anyone on a budget that needs to get web exposure. Members of this group are expected to participate in assignments within a reasonable time-frame. Some assignments may take less than 10 minutes of your time. Other assignments may take 20 minutes of actual work time. If we are a group we can make things happen online. Fast. The vast majority of projects we will be working on will be free. The tools we will be working with will be free as well. Most of the assignments and projects we will work on will take very little effort on your part so again it is imperative that you spend a small portion of your time (20 minutes a week  of actual task time) to complete them. This is one of those projects where we are all dependent on each other. If we have laggers we will sag. Sag suggests failure and this group will be immune to failure.

Sag.

If you don’t have 10 to 20 minutes a week to dedicate that’s cool. Just don’t join the group. If in any way we can ever help you please send us an email with a brief description of your problem and the best time to contact you.

Eligibility.

Your company should be specifically involved in the transportation of goods.

What are the benefits?

Each member of this group that completes all of the simple projects we send out will benefit by getting more business. It’s simple. If you rank better in the search engines your phone is going to ring more. What you will learn from this group is simple things that you can do that will make your web presence more powerful.

We have a simple check in system to help you.

Yep after the completion of each assignment we ask that you report back to us indicating that you are have completed. Then once the time expiration on the project ends we will begin the next project.

Synopsis.

Every little bit of information we give you is derived from years of working with the internet. Much of it is kind of like a secret in the sense that is isn’t known by everyone. If everyone knew all of them the’d be doing it and the next thing you know it wouldn’t as well anymore. Are you going to learn some cool techniques? You bet. However, after you learn them you will realize they are all based on common sense. Like looking at a glass of water and seeing it from different perspectives. Is it: full, empty, evaporating, a magnifier, a vase, a lifeline, a shower, a bomb,  a murder weapon, cookie cutter, prism, fish bowl and so on. The internet operates the same way.

When do we get this wheel rolling?

In order to have a reasonable success rate we need a group.  We will need at least 40 people. As soon as we do, we will send out a introductory email including the first assignment. We look forward to working with you soon.

 Register here.

Canada Cartage named Carrier of the Year by Coca-Cola

TORONTO, Ont. -– Canada Cartage was honoured with Coca-Cola’s first ever Canadian Carrier of the Year award. This year was the first time Canadian carriers were invited to the corporate conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The award was given to the…    

Water should be a transport infrastructure concern

Water has for too long been left out of the national conversation around infrastructure, to the point where it has become the ‘hidden’ infrastructure.    

Florida nears new rules on tolls, trails, truck idling

A lengthy Florida transportation bill would authorize more tolls, raise more money for roads, and boost the incentive for truckers to avoid idling.    

Correction: “Ohio trucker pleads guilty”

On Monday, May 12, 2014, Land Line published a story online “Ohio trucker pleads guilty in fatal 2012 crash.” We inaccurately identified the company that trucker Gary Golay was working for at the time of his fatal crash. Golay was working for Roadlink USA National LLC of West Wolcott, Ind.    

Joining Professional Groups Always Helpful, Alderson Says

BADEN, ON – Brenda Alderson, Maintenance Shop Assistant for Erb Group, is the new vice president of the Waterloo Region Transportation Maintenance Technology Association, President Jake Francis, of Carrier Centres, announced this week.    

Schneider Logistics settles class action lawsuit for $21 million

A major player in the logistics industry, Schneider Logistics serves as a subcontractor for Walmart. Schneider has agreed to pay $21 million to settle a class action lawsuit filed on behalf of warehouse workers at three distribution centers in California.    

SPECIAL REPORT: Comment period extended for electronic logging proposal

Friday, May 16, 2014 – Truckers and stakeholders wishing to file comments on the FMCSA’s proposal that could one day mandate electronic logging devices now have until June 26 to file them. The FMCSA granted a monthlong extension this week at the urging of stakeholder groups, including OOIDA.    

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