In a world where information is available, quite literally, at the tips of our fingers, Bison knows our customers expect immediate access to timely and accurate information about their shipments. We monitor trends and actively drive inefficiency out of our business through technology and process improvement. Our leadership – and our dedication to providing total transportation transparency – makes a difference for our customers and their bottom line.
Every aspect of our business is optimized by our use of technology, and many of our customized applications have been developed in-house by our Systems team to suit our customer’s needs. We are ready and able to provide our clients with customized solutions that utilize technology to bring efficiency, provide timely information, and drive out cost. Read more ›
Bison is adding 40 new Freightliner Ultralight tractors to our fleet, benefitting both our Drivers and our customers!
At Bison Transport we constantly invest in our fleet to ensure that our Drivers and customers have access to the latest in equipment and technology. You may have already read a little bit about how sometimes this dedication earns us special rewards like testing Freightliner’s pre-series Cascadia. While we only received one of those to test – out of 12 in North America, we’re adding 40 new Ultralight Freightliner tractors to our fleet!
While it’s a benefit for our Drivers to be equipped with the latest in technology, it’s also a benefit for our customers – and they are a large reason why we’ve added these new Ultralight tractors to our fleet. The tractors are used for single-haul (non-LCV) use and because of their lighter weight, can haul heavier shipments. Read more ›
You may have already read how Bison has the special privilege of being one of 12 fleets in North America to test out Freightliner’s new 2018 Pre-Series Cascadia. If you have, you were briefly introduced to Jack Fielding, who we chose to test-drive the truck.
In order to provide Freightliner with the feedback they’re looking for about this Pre-Series model, we wanted to ensure we chose a Driver who will provide timely, accurate and detailed information in regards to the performance of the truck. Read more ›
At Bison Transport, we strive to empower our people in many ways. One of these ways is encouraging a culture of mentorship – in both a formal and informal capacity. You’ve already read about Dave Fulawka, and how he engages in mentorship in a variety of ways, both at work and in his personal life. In the Bison Transporter’s second installment on mentorship, Denis Wallin shares some thoughts about his time in Bison’s Driver Finishing Program and how it inspired him to become an In-cab Instructor. Read more ›
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The recent ELD (electronic logging devices) mandate in the United States has sent ripples through the North American trucking industry. Many truck drivers, shippers and carriers are concerned with the ruling, arguing that it will hinder driver safety and lead the industry to be less efficient. Concerns from drivers and carriers are valid, but the issue comes back to a simple difference in perspective: ELDs don’t have to be an exclusive compliance tool. When used effectively, this technology can make all parties more efficient, increasing earnings for drivers, revenue for carriers and reducing costs and time to market for shippers. Read more ›