Team Hardinger, an industry leader in using electronic logging devices, was featured by local media in stories about recent regulatory changes. Team Hardinger has used ELDs since 2011. “ELD technology allows our dispatchers to trace up-to-the-minute locations of our trucks, and also gives us the ability to track information like speeds and stops,” said Doug
A new nationwide rule going into effect in mid-December means truck drivers without electronic logs will begin facing the consequences of not using electronic logging devices, or ELDs. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued the final rule in 2015 requiring most motor carriers and interstate truck drivers to start using the electronic hardware to improve
The most recent American Trucking Associations forecast shows the trucking industry is expected to grow steadily over the next five years. The ATA expects freight volume to grow 3.4 percent annually between 2018 and 2023 before continuing at a 2.3 percent growth between 2023 and 2028. Manufacturing, consumer spending and international trade are among the key
Foreign Trade Zones have the potential to save customers who import or export goods internationally a lot of money. But FTZs can be complicated business — which is why we have several experts on our team to help customers navigate their use of Foreign Trade Zones in the United States. Chris Gladitz is one of
Team Hardinger is proud to take part in the American Trucking Association’s National Truck Driver Appreciation Week, celebrated Sept. 10 to 16. We would prefer to think, however, that we celebrate the accomplishments of our drivers every day of the year. After all, we’re extremely proud of the hard work our entire team of experienced
Team Hardinger is proud to be the featured business in the September edition of the Erie Manufacturer & Business Association’s Business Magazine. The cover story highlights how our company has become an industry leader in trucking, brokerage and warehousing solutions. The article reads, in part: When it comes to moving customer goods safely, on time,
Marvin and Adelbert Hardinger started a delivery transportation service in the late 1800s in Erie with a single horse and wagon. For decades, the Hardinger Transfer Co. remained a small transportation operation — though the brothers eventually turned in their horse and buggy for a single truck. (Hardinger Transfer Co.’s tagline in a 1939 Erie
If you’ve reached this page, no doubt you’ve noticed we have a new website with a fresh look. It was time for an updated site. After all, we’re extremely proud of the industry-leading technology we use in our warehouses, trucks and offices. That technology allows us to reduce costs and enhance efficiencies for our clients. We wanted our website to reflect that technological innovation and sophistication.