<img src="//bat.bing.com/action/0?ti=4066564&amp;Ver=2" height="0" width="0" style="display:none; visibility: hidden;">
Skip to content

Regulatory and Legislative Update - June 2023

June 16, 2023 | By
Hot Shot Trucking Regulatory and Legislative Update - June 2023
TEANA

Contents

Regulation and Enforcement

Legislation

Advocacy and Comment

 

Regulation and Enforcement

Labor Department nominee concedes federal ABC test is up to Congress

President Biden’s nominee to be U.S. Secretary of Labor told a House committee on June 7 that the department has no intention of imposing a federal ABC test such as that contained in California’s AB 5 law and that it could be imposed only if Congress decided to do so. Deputy Secretary Julie Su, who has been acting secretary since the departure of Marty Walsh in March, noted under questioning before the House Committee on Education and the Workforce that the department already has a proposed rule concerning independent contractors that does not include an ABC test. “Bona fide independent contractors will always have a place in our economy,” Su said. A recording of the hearing on DOL policies and priorities is available at https://edworkforce.house.gov/calendar/eventsingle.aspx?EventID=409217.

Su’s views on AB 5 and the ABC test are under scrutiny because she previously served as secretary for the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency during a period when the LWDA was challenging what the agency considered to be misclassification of workers as independent contractors. The House committee before which Su testified on June 7 plays no official role in her nomination, but her confirmation appears to be in danger due to the razor-thin margin Democrats hold in the Senate and reservations already expressed about her nomination from a few Democrats. Moreover, Su’s nomination has been widely opposed by business groups within trucking, including several within trucking.

While DOL says it does not have authority to impose a federal ABC such as that contained in AB 5, it is part of a package of pro-labor legislation contained in the so-called PRO Act, which the Biden administration and Democrats in Congress support. However, the PRO Act has no chance of passage in the current Congress given Republican control of the House.

Volpe Center supporting FMCSA in test of wireless inspections

The U.S. DOT Volpe Center announced in May that it is supporting FMCSA in developing and implementing the Level VIII Inspection Program Operational Test, which will involve wireless inspections of commercial vehicles and drivers while the vehicle is in motion. Under the program, in-motion inspection results would be entered into a carrier’s safety record. Carriers identified by the wireless inspection would be required to stop for a conventional inspection. The Volpe Center’s role is providing program management, communications, data analysis, and stakeholder engagement.

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance announced the Level VIII electronic inspection protocol in 2017. A Level VIII electronic inspection must include, where applicable:

  • A descriptive location, including GPS coordinates;
  • Electronic validation of who is operating the vehicle;
  • Appropriate driver’s license class and endorsement(s) for vehicle being operated;
  • License status;
  • Valid Medical Examiner’s Certificate and Skill Performance Evaluation (SPE) Certificate;
  • Current driver’s record of duty status;
  • Hours-of-service compliance;
  • USDOT or (Canada) NSC number;
  • Power unit registration;
  • Operating authority;
  • Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) compliance; and
  • Federal out-of-service orders.

The project will run at least through May 2024. For more information on the program, visit https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/level-viii-inspections.

CVSA announces Operation Safe Driver Week for July 9-15

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) will hold its annual Operation Safe Driver July 9-15. Throughout the week, law enforcement officers in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico will target commercial motor vehicle drivers and passenger vehicle drivers engaging in unsafe driving behaviors. Each year, Operation Safe Driver Week focuses on a specific unsafe driving behavior to call attention to the dangers of that behavior. This year, the focus will be on speeding.

Women of Trucking Advisory Board to meet June 29

FMCSA announced a June 29 meeting of the Women of Trucking Advisory Board. The purpose of the meeting, which will be open to the public virtually, will be consideration of ways to expand existing opportunities for women in the trucking industry. For more information, see the Federal Register notice at https://www.federalregister.gov/d/2023-12470.

FMCSA launches anti-human trafficking campaign

FMCA recently launched a campaign called “Your Roads, Their Freedom” aimed at increasing awareness of commercial motor vehicle drivers about human trafficking and at providing information needed to identify and report suspected trafficking. For more information and links to shareable resources, visit https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/stophumantrafficking.

Brenna Marron to head FMCSA’s government affairs office

FMCSA has named Brenna Marron director of governmental affairs. Most recently, Marron served as deputy executive director of the House Democratic Policy and Communications Committee. She previously served within the Department of Transportation as an advisor with the Federal Railroad Administration and director of scheduling within the Office of the Secretary of Transportation during the Obama administration.

 

Legislation

House T&I Committee approves package of bills related to trucking

The U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) Committee last month approved a slate of measures aimed at strengthening the supply chain, including several related to trucking. The bills would still need to be passed by the House and Senate and signed by the president before becoming law. Trucking-related measures approved by the T&I Committee were:

  • H.R. 915, which increases efficiency and highway safety in the supply chain network by requiring FMCSA to develop a new safety fitness determination (SFD) process to change the way a motor carrier is rated. The bill establishes an interim standard until the new SFD process is completed. That standard would consider selection of a motor carrier to be reasonable if the contracting entity verifies no earlier than 45 days prior to the date of the shipment that the carrier is licensed, registered, and insured and is not deemed unfit under existing standards. Visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/915.
  • H.R. 2948, which allows automobile transporters to continue carrying the same number of vehicles as they currently do despite increasing weight of newer vehicles. The bill allows a 10% weight increase for certain types of automobile transporters. Visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/2948.
  • H.R. 3013, which makes permanent two waivers issued by FMCSA during the pandemic to allow for more efficient CDL testing. Visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/3013.
  • H.R. 3372, which establishes a safety data collection program for certain six-axle vehicles and establishes a voluntary 10-year pilot program for states to increase truck weights on federal interstates up to 91,000 lbs. on six axles. Visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/3372.
  • H.R. 2367, which increases resources for the construction of new commercial motor vehicle parking, additional parking at current CMV parking areas, and improvements to existing CMV parking. It also requires CMV parking spaces built with those funds to be accessible to all CMVs without charge. Visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/2367.
  • H.R. 3318, which establishes a 10% axle weight variance for dry bulk without any increase in the overall federal gross vehicle weight limit. The bill makes an allowance for the fact that dry bulk can shift during transportation and redistribute a truck’s weight. Visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/3318.
  • H.R. 3447, which provides a 2,000-pound weight exemption to hydrogen-powered vehicles, similar to the exemption currently available for both battery-electric and natural gas-powered heavy-duty trucks. Visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/3447.
  • H.R. 1836, which allows the Federal Maritime Commission to review complaints about market manipulation and anti-competitive operations of maritime exchanges. Visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/1836.

The committee also debated a bill (H.R. 3408) that would have modified the three-year pilot apprenticeship program for younger commercial motor vehicle drivers that was included in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. H.R. 3408 would bar some of the restrictions that the Biden administration placed on the program when it implemented the pilot program. Democrats on the committee uniformly opposed the bill, which alone would not have thwarted committee approval. However, the bill also was opposed by various groups – including some with Republican allies – that oppose the pilot program itself and, therefore, opposed the bill on the grounds that it would make the pilot program more attractive for drivers and carriers. Visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/3408.

House bill would expand carriers’ access to driver safety data

Reps. Garret Graves (R-Louisiana) and Sharice Davids (D-Kansas) introduced legislation (H.R. 3356) that would give motor carriers access to the same data for existing drivers that they can access for prospective new hires under FMCSA’s Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP). For mor information on H.R. 3356, visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/3356.

House bill would allow expanded use of G.I. Bill benefits for CDL training

Reps. Check Edwards (R-North Carolina) and Chris Pappas (D-New Hampshire) introduced a bill (H.R. 2830) that would eliminate restrictions imposed on veterans’ use of G.I. Bill benefits to obtain a commercial driver’s licenses. The bill would exempt new branches of established CDL training facilities from the statutory two-year waiting period to accept benefits if the primary training facility has already been approved by the Department of Veteran Affairs and state approving agencies. For more information on H.R. 2830, visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/2830.

President Biden vetoes Congress’ disapproval of EPA rule on truck emissions

President Biden on June 14 vetoed a joint resolution (S.J. Res. 11) that would have disapproved the final rule published by the Environmental Protection Agency in January to establish new heavy-duty engine emissions standards for oxides of nitrogen and pollutants. In May, the U.S. House of Representatives passed S.J. Res. 11 by a 221 to 203 vote following Senate passage earlier in the year. Republicans do not have the votes necessary to override the veto, so the EPA regulations will remain in place. For more information, visit https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/senate-joint-resolution/11.

Advocacy and Comment

The following topics are worthy of comment this month:

(1) The Congressional letter to the OIG has been sent with bipartisan support for consideration. It expresses the intent of Congress that the OIG set up a special enforcement operation to address the broader aspect of criminal prosecution of fraud in the supply chain. The time has come for stakeholders to support this initiative by writing Federal House and Senate representatives. For help in participating in this effort, please contact asectt@gmail.com.

(2) Among the numerous House initiatives discussed above is the red light-green light legislation which would confirm that “fit to operate is fit to use.” See H.R. 915. If passed, the legislation would establish that customers could rely upon fit to operate as a green light, at least until the FMCSA formalizes the new safety fitness determination. Carriers and their customers want the same thing on this issue. The carrier community has made clear, though, that “safe to operate is safe to use” is already the litmus test for determining the red light-green light issue. The Agency conceded this point 13 years ago but it steadfastly failed to abandon SMS methodology and to simply vet carriers under new entrant audit standards.

(3) The absence of carrier vetting is a real issue not only for safety but also for fraud detection purposes. The possible merits of the Volpe initiative in making a safety fitness determination is yet to be explained. Yet to the extent that the program could identify ghost carriers, double brokerage, and help identify fraudulent operators, the data might serve a useful purpose.

Finally, the FMCSA is going to release a Notification of Final Regulatory Guidance in “Definitions of Broker and Bona Fide Agents” on June 16, 2023. This issue will be covered next month. See https://www.federalregister.gov/d/2023-13080 for more information.

Recent Blog Posts

Regulatory and Legislative Update - May 2024

Regulatory and Legislative Update - May 2024

Regulatory and legislative news for May 2024 includes the FMCSA renewing consideration of knowledge/proficiency exams for carriers and brokers, the FMCSA inviting comments on its plan for a new online registration platform and Hawaii seeking exemption on student transportation options. The FMCSA is also set to revise a younger driver pilot program. Contents Regulation and Enforcement FMCSA formally drops certain conditions for younger driver...

Regulatory and Legislative Update - April 2024

Regulatory and Legislative Update - April 2024

Regulatory and legislative news for April 2024 includes the FMCSA renewing consideration of knowledge/proficiency exams for carriers and brokers, the FMCSA inviting comments on its plan for a new online registration platform and Hawaii seeking exemption on student transportation options. The FMCSA is also set to revise a younger driver pilot program. Contents Regulation and Enforcement FMCSA renews consideration of knowledge/proficiency exams...

747 Freighter Air Charter to Hawaii

747 Freighter Air Charter to Hawaii

When it comes to providing air cargo capabilities, there is no aircraft in the world that compares with the Boeing 747 series of freighters. All three 747-400F, 747-400ERF and 747-8F freighter models in service today, are unmatched in carrying capacity, cargo handling, global reach, speed and versatility. An aviation icon born in 1968, the 747 is instantly recognizable by its large upper deck “hump”, four engines and six-story high vertical...

Regulatory and Legislative Update - March 2024

Regulatory and Legislative Update - March 2024

Regulatory and legislative updates for March include the FMCSA awarding $180 million in grants to promote CMV safety, finalizing a rule governing billing practices, CVSA opening nominations for driver award, the FMCSA updating ELD guidance related to cross border transportation and more. Contents Regulation and Enforcement FMCSA to award $180 million in grants to promote CMV safety FMC finalizes rule governing billing practices for demurrage and...

Regulatory and Legislative Update - February 2024

Regulatory and Legislative Update - February 2024

Regulatory news for February 2024 includes the FMCSA eyeing June 2025 for proposed rule on safety fitness procedures, the FMCSA asking drivers to provide copies of lease-purchase agreements, the FMCSA proposing to revise various CDL regulations, updates of medical advisory criteria and more. Contents Regulation and Enforcement FMCSA eyes June 2025 for proposed rule on safety fitness procedures Groups question relevance of studies to safety...

Regulatory and Legislative Update - January 2024

Regulatory and Legislative Update - January 2024

Regulatory and legislative news for January 2024 includes FMCSA Registration Modernization Stakeholder Day, the DOL issuing its final rule on independent contractor classification, comments being sought on petitions to overturn California and Washington preemption and more. Contents Regulation and Enforcement FMCSA Registration Modernization Stakeholder Day DOL issues final rule on independent contractor classification Comments sought on...

The Advantages of Hot Shot Trucking for Small Businesses

The Advantages of Hot Shot Trucking for Small Businesses

In the world of logistics, small businesses often face unique challenges when it comes to shipping their products efficiently and cost-effectively. This is where hot shot trucking can be a game-changer. Hot shot trucking offers a range of advantages that can significantly benefit small businesses, enabling them to compete in the marketplace and meet customer demands. In this blog post, we will explore the advantages of hot shot trucking for...

Regulatory and Legislative Update - November 2023

Regulatory and Legislative Update - November 2023

Contents Regulation and Enforcement NLRB issues final rule on determining joint employer status Comments due November 29 on potential SMS changes FMCSA issues final rule on broker/forwarder financial responsibility Medical waste removal firm seeks exemption for additional driving time Company seeks HOS exemption for drivers hauling cement Firm seeks exemption to allow use of camera alternative to mirrors Legislation House and Senate bills would...

Essential Tips for Successful Hot Shot Trucking

Essential Tips for Successful Hot Shot Trucking

Running a successful hot shot trucking business requires a combination of effective strategies, attention to detail, and a commitment to customer satisfaction. Whether you're a new entrant or an experienced hot shot trucker, adopting essential tips can help you navigate the industry and increase your chances of success. In this blog post, we will provide practical advice and strategies for running a thriving hot shot trucking business, covering...

Regulatory and Legislative Update - October 2023

Regulatory and Legislative Update - October 2023

Contents Regulation and Enforcement White House considering final DOL rule on independent contractor status FMCSA narrows the scope of emergency regulatory relief DOT updates tentative schedule for significant rulemakings Comment periods still open on SMS, DataQs proposals FMCSA to withhold public access to certain carrier data Truck Leasing Task Force to meet October 17 Women of Trucking Advisory Board to meet October 26 Advocacy and Comment...

Regulatory and Legislative Update - September 2023

Regulatory and Legislative Update - September 2023

Contents Regulation and Enforcement FMCSA relaunches effort to revamp safety fitness determinations FMCSA proposes a federal appeals process for DataQs DOL proposes to guarantee overtime pay for more workers Lawless named FMCSA assistant administrator and chief safety officer Two devices removed from list of registered ELDs FMCSA announces grants for CDL programs, infrastructure Alaskan ice road school denied skills test exemption Hawaii seeks...

The History of Hot Shot Trucking in North America

The History of Hot Shot Trucking in North America

Businesses facing shipping emergencies have long counted on hot shot trucking to fill the gaps. But the hotshot field didn’t just pop into existence as it is today. Rather, this bastion of emergency shipping developed slowly over time, emerging and expanding in tandem with the rest of the trucking industry. From the earliest days of pre-automotive transport to the modern era of brokers, reshoring, and JIT production systems, hot shot providers...

View All Posts

Related Blog Posts

Regulatory and Legislative Update - March 2024

Regulatory and Legislative Update - March 2024

Regulatory and legislative updates for March include the FMCSA awarding $180 million in grants to promote CMV safety, finalizing a rule governing billing practices, CVSA opening nominations for driver award, the FMCSA updating ELD guidance related to cross border transportation and more. Contents Regulation and Enforcement FMCSA to award $180 million in grants to promote CMV safety FMC finalizes rule governing billing practices for demurrage and...

Regulatory and Legislative Update - October 2021

Regulatory and Legislative Update - October 2021

Contents Regulation and Enforcement DOT seeks input on ‘supply chain resilience’ in freight and logistics FMCSA rule to link clearinghouse data to CDL Reporting requirement for FMCSA COVID declaration kicked in October 1 FMCSA renews steel company’s exemptions from HOS and securement rules Oak Harbor Freight Lines seeks exemption on driver training instructors Keep Truckin seeks windshield exemption Legislation Infrastructure bill remains in...

Regulatory and Legislative Update - July 2023

Regulatory and Legislative Update - July 2023

Contents Regulation and Enforcement FMCSA close to seeking input on safety fitness determination regulations FMCSA takes steps to address counteract fraudulent carriers Final guidance issued on definitions of brokers and bona fide agents Truck Leasing Task Force holds inaugural session FMCSA plans to address mandate concerning carriers’ knowledge of regulations NHTSA, FMCSA plan to mandate automatic braking systems on new trucks CARB, truck...

What is Hot Shot Trucking? aka HotShot Trucking

What is Hot Shot Trucking? aka HotShot Trucking

Modern business is all about strict timelines. Whether your field is manufacturing, extraction, retail, or research and development, your operations are bound to rely on a variety of activities that operate in tandem. The most minor of supply shortages can throw these activities off, potentially costing you thousands of dollars just for a few hours' delay. Success thus hinges on your ability to right the ship as quickly as possible after a...

The History of Hot Shot Trucking in North America

The History of Hot Shot Trucking in North America

Businesses facing shipping emergencies have long counted on hot shot trucking to fill the gaps. But the hotshot field didn’t just pop into existence as it is today. Rather, this bastion of emergency shipping developed slowly over time, emerging and expanding in tandem with the rest of the trucking industry. From the earliest days of pre-automotive transport to the modern era of brokers, reshoring, and JIT production systems, hot shot providers...

Nearly One in Four Bridges Deemed Deficient Nationwide

Nearly One in Four Bridges Deemed Deficient Nationwide

The overall condition of our nation's infrastructure is a key consideration for the transportation sector and naturally for everyone involved in providing hot shot trucking services. Safe, reliable and properly maintained highways and roads play a vital part in the on-time delivery of urgent freight and all goods and materials throughout the United States.

U.S. Energy Production Results Show the Value of Hot Shot Trucking

U.S. Energy Production Results Show the Value of Hot Shot Trucking

In addition to continuous good news on the employment front domestically, surely the largest economic story during the second half of this year has been the decreasing cost of fuel due to barrel prices now significantly lower than they were back in the summer. The truth is that this is the result of a uniquely American success story, reliant on technology, policy plus dedication and hard work throughout the domestic energy sector in exploring...

2015 to Bring Changes and Challenges to Domestic Energy Sector

2015 to Bring Changes and Challenges to Domestic Energy Sector

The dawning of a new year traditionally brings hope, optimism and a list of resolutions each of which I share especially for the continued economic recovery nationwide. However within the domestic oil and gas sector which is serviced so effectively by hot shot trucking companies like ours, 2015 commences with a certain degree of uncertainty.

Nationwide Trucking Sector Boosted by Final 2014 ATA Tonnage Results

Nationwide Trucking Sector Boosted by Final 2014 ATA Tonnage Results

It's a pleasure to write about the final 2014 data concerning truck tonnage from the American Trucking Association that was just released. The new report shows that the seasonally adjusted For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index remained at 136.8, matching the November high water mark for 2014 which also happened to be an all time record.

Nebraska's Booming Trucking Sector Still Has Obstacles to Overcome

Nebraska's Booming Trucking Sector Still Has Obstacles to Overcome

Most observers of the nationwide trucking industry and hot shot trucking would be quick to acknowledge Texas as being the core of the interstate trucking sector. Based purely on the number of drivers, vehicles and companies operating in the industry

Could 'Value Capture' Work for Road Infrastructure Spending?

Could 'Value Capture' Work for Road Infrastructure Spending?

The question of Infrastructure spending is a major debating point in the media and corridors of power these days which it certainly should be. Funding for the nation's highways, bridges, tunnels and roads is of great importance and becoming a hot button issue for politicians and adminstrators both on the local and national level.

Nationwide Trucking Sector Waits for Approved Transportation Bill

Nationwide Trucking Sector Waits for Approved Transportation Bill

Perhaps the elephant in the room when we think about the nationwide trucking industry is the overall condition of the infrastructure of our national transportation network, not just for today and tomorrow but especially over the years to come. The dependable ground transportation of freight both locally and via interstate trucking is at the heart of our economy's success and

WHAT IS HOT SHOT TRUCKING? AKA HOTSHOT TRUCKING

Modern business is all about strict timelines. Whether your field is manufacturing, extraction, retail, or research and development, your operations are bound to rely on activities that operate in tandem. The most minor of supply shortages can throw these activities off, potentially costing you thousands of dollars just for a few hours' delay. Success thus hinges on your ability to right the ship as quickly as possible after a supply shortage arises.

Industries We Serve

Modern day hot shot trucking provides the speed and exclusivity you need to meet the most demanding and time-sensitive shipping requirements. We use every resource, avenue, and channel available to ship your freight by ground or air. Designed specifically to address supply and distribution problems that arise without warning, hotshot trucking tactics involve coordinating a network of carriers in a variety of locations. By calling on the vehicles closest to your supply or distribution points, hotshot brokers can fill any sudden gaps in your supply network almost as soon as they happen. This minimizes the disruption to your business and allows you to quickly return to ordinary operations, weathering the storm without skipping a beat.

Automotive

The automotive supply chain already has significant challenges. Don’t let malfunctioning equipment stop the production line. Step on the gas with HotShotTrucking.com’s suite of services that will get you back in the fast lane. With HotShotTrucking.com, companies are devising shipping strategies to swiftly deliver critical parts and equipment — whether it's ground expedite service with sprinter vans, box trucks and 53-foot tractor trailers or air freight and air cargo.

Learn More About Automotive

Aviation & Aerospace

Every moment a commercial airliner sits on the ground, it costs an airline money. Expedited freight services by HotShotTrucking.com can get you back in the air with prompt delivery of parts and equipment throughout North America. We are equipped with the expertise to navigate the complexities of shipping jet engines and other types of loads, and our network of hot shot drivers has extensive experience transporting aviation assets.

Learn More About Aviation & Aerospace

Construction

One shipping delay can snowball and cause delays throughout your entire project. You need an experienced 3PL provider who understands the construction industry and has the logistical reach to deliver your freight on time, anywhere. That 3PL partner is HotShotTrucking.com. Whether in the air or on the ground via truck and trailer, we can connect companies to expedited freight services for the prompt delivery of parts and equipment throughout North America.

Learn More About Construction

Mining & Metals

From cranes to chemicals to excavators to conveyor belts, HotShotTrucking.com has the experience and industry know-how required for shipping sensitive, oversized, and hazardous equipment. Third-party hot shot trucking and logistics providers such as HotShotTrucking.com specialize in devising and implementing innovative shipping solutions, ensuring mines can swiftly return to operation. We’ll pick up your shipment, deliver it to the airport and receive it at the other end – providing hand-carried service as necessary or required.

Learn More About Mining & Metals

Manufacturing

Every moment a manufacturing facility or factory sits idle costs a company money because of the high costs involved. With many manufacturers building to only just-in-time production rates, any disruption threatens parts and vehicle inventories. This is where the speed and expertise of freight services from HotShotTrucking.com can make a difference throughout the entire manufacturing supply chain. We do all the logistical legwork to find the optimal solution for your job, whether it's an exclusive air charter or expedited ground shipping.

Learn More About Manufacturing

Telecommunications

From servers to cell towers, information, voice, and data must flow to keep businesses, production, and the public online and connected. When equipment goes dark, depend on HotShotTrucking.com to get your systems flashing green again. This is where the speed and experience of trucking and freight services from HotShotTrucking.com can help. Our hot shot truck network excels at the prompt delivery of parts and equipment throughout North America.

Learn More About Telecommunications

Oil & Gas

The oil and gas industry faces challenging conditions in offshore and onshore oil rigs, often in remote locations with limited infrastructure. Don’t let oil pumps or pipelines sit idle waiting for equipment. By having the right plans, parts, people, and logistics partner like HotShotTrucking.com, you can effectively mitigate plant or pump downtime, unscheduled disruptions, and equipment failures.

Learn More About Oil & Gas
CTA Hero Star Background
CTA Hero Star Background
TOP