BNSF clears sites in Texas and Montana for industrial development

The Supply Chain Journal

BNSF is seeking companies interested in developing on two industrial sites in Texas and Montana, both of which are adjacent to the railroad. The Fort Peck Tribal Industrial Park in Poplar, Montana, consists of 45 acres zoned for heavy industrial use.

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Snowstorm heading back to northern Rockies

The Supply Chain Journal

A late-season storm could dump 12 inches of snow or more in parts of Montana and Idaho beginning later Wednesday. Regarding tractor-trailers, the Montana and Idaho Departments of Transportation (DOTs) don’t require drivers to use chains every time it snows. Montana.

Blizzard keeps trucking through Rockies

The Supply Chain Journal

Most of the snow so far has hit eastern Idaho, southern Montana and northern Wyoming, but will spread Tuesday across the rest of Wyoming, eastern Montana, Utah and western Colorado. Interstate 15 from Butte, Montana, to Cedar City, Utah.

Snowstorm to slam Rockies early this week

The Supply Chain Journal

Across many high elevations of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado, the National Weather Service is forecasting 1 to 2 feet of snow to pile up. Interstate 90 from Sundance, Wyoming, to Bozeman, Montana.

1st big snowfall of season possibly coming to Mountain West

The Supply Chain Journal

The high in Helena, Montana, soared to 84 degrees Tuesday, surpassing the daily record high of 81 degrees set in 1958. While travel could be hazardous as low as 4,000 feet in Montana, affecting locations such as Bozeman and Helena, snow levels will not dip as low farther to the south.

Hurricane Sam churns toward Caribbean, Bermuda with 130-mph-plus winds

The Supply Chain Journal

Interstate 15 from the Montana-Canada border to Dillon, Idaho. Interstate 90 from Missoula, Montana, to Seattle. Hurricane Sam continued inching across the tropical Atlantic over the weekend, gaining strength in the warm waters.

Customer Story | Linehaul Logistics

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Customer Story | Linehaul Logistics

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[link] Artificial Intelligence in Missoula, Montana. Greg Brown, VP Operations. LineHaul Logistics Brown discusses what makes LineHaul Logistics unique, and why Parade was the perfect partner to help them leverage automation for their brokerage. Customer Stories | Parade

Flood threat continues on Southeast trucking lanes

The Supply Chain Journal

Light snow accumulations could coat roads in high elevations of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. Truckers will hit more periods of torrential rain Friday in the Southeast, with additional areas of flash flooding likely. More flood photos from Highway 119 last night.

Biden vaccine mandate may worsen low driver retention rates

The Supply Chain Journal

The publication also cited research showing that Montana is the only state that has banned private employers from requiring workers to get a COVID vaccine. An emergency rule being developed by the U.S.

Elevated wildfire risk sweeping across the West

The Supply Chain Journal

The National Weather Service still has red flag warnings posted for northeastern California, the eastern half of Oregon, much of eastern Washington, all of Idaho, western and northern Wyoming, as well as southern and eastern Montana.

Strong crosswinds for truckers out West

The Supply Chain Journal

A strong frontal boundary Thursday will produce gusty winds across many portions of the West from Montana to Arizona. More specifically, gusts of 55 to 65 mph from the west and southwest will impact truckers from eastern Montana to Wyoming and the northwestern corner of Colorado.

Purchasing Manager Gets His Weekends Back

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The team at Rocky Mountain Surgical Center in Bozeman, Montana, was looking for a streamlined way to manage their inventory and place orders. “Hybrent Changed Our World!”The

Flood threats for Gulf Coast, Northwest this weekend

The Supply Chain Journal

Look for strong winds Saturday across a large section of Montana. The remnants of Hurricane Nicholas, now a low-pressure system, will continue to drench portions of the Gulf Coast through this weekend.

Hot Shots: Flash floods, summer snow, choppy landing and more

The Supply Chain Journal

Places like West Yellowstone, Montana, and the Grand Tetons in Wyoming appeared to receive the most, and National Weather Service meteorologists told FreightWaves they estimate 3 to 5 inches piled up, based on liquid equivalents.

Former chief tribal judge sentenced in truck driver ticketing scheme

The Supply Chain Journal

The former chief judge for the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council in Montana was sentenced to six months in prison on Thursday and ordered to pay back nearly $11,000 for her role in an illegal ticketing scheme that targeted commercial truck drivers caught speeding on the reservation.

FreightWaves Classics: I-15 runs from southern California through the Intermountain West

The Supply Chain Journal

The highway passes through California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Idaho and Montana. I-15’s southern terminus is at a junction with I-8 and State Route 15 in San Diego County; its northern terminus is in Sweet Grass, Montana, at the U.S. Interstate 15 in Montana. I-15 in Montana.

Truckers facing severe storm threat in Midwest

The Supply Chain Journal

Severe storms are also likely across the eastern half of Montana, including Billings, Glasgow and Glendive. The overall odds of severe weather are a little lower Friday, and the potential impact zone is smaller, stretching from eastern Montana to near Lake Michigan.

The Daily Dash: Trucking insurance gets a boost

The Supply Chain Journal

BNSF clears sites in Texas and Montana for industrial development. The Daily Dash is a quick look at what’s happening in the freight ecosystem. In today’s edition, we look at the impact of the highway reauthorization bill, a significant acquisition by DP World and more. The High Five. The U.S.

USPS Slowdown of First-Class Mail on Oct. 1: What Delays and Price Hikes Mean for You

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Arizona, Montana, Oregon and Washington may see more than half of their first-class mail deliveries slow down.”. Peak season surcharges are not new factors in logistics around this time of year, but USPS is making new challenges as the entity moves to slow down certain shipments.

Halloween 2021 Predictions

Enterra Insights

” Zone 4 – North Central (Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana): “It will be cold in the Rocky Mountains, but farther to the east, expect it to be haunting and stormy for Minnesota, Iowa, and Missouri.

Heat wave still scorching Western freight markets

The Supply Chain Journal

Washington, Idaho and Montana. Highs will range from the upper 80s to around 100 degrees Thursday, and possibly Friday, in portions of eastern Washington, northern Idaho and the northern half of Montana. Unseasonable heat will continue to scorch several areas of the West.

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CBP seizes cocaine hidden in watermelons, peppers headed to Canada

The Supply Chain Journal

Customs and Border Protection officers conducting outbound operations at the Sweetgrass Port of Entry in Montana, across the border from Coutts, Alberta. A truck driver hauling watermelons and peppers from the U.S.

Customer Story | Linehaul Logistics

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Artificial Intelligence in Missoula, Montana Greg Brown, VP Operations LineHaul Logistics Brown discusses what makes LineHaul Logistics unique, and why Parad.

Beverage distributor takes control of freight with TMS, saving time by 87%

The Supply Chain Journal

Boise-based Hayden Beverage distributes beer, wine, and nonalcoholic beverages, including brands like Red Bull, Mike’s/White Claw and Pabst Blue Ribbon, with several warehouses in Idaho and Montana.

Severe storm threat keeps trucking through Plains this week

The Supply Chain Journal

Snow may be returning to the Rocky Mountains front in western Montana. There’s an elevated risk of wildfires sparking and spreading in northeastern Montana and much of South Dakota. Check out this baseball sized hail that fell in Snyder just a few moments ago! Picture from Brandi Garza.

Humongous Dixie fire threatening more California towns

The Supply Chain Journal

More than two dozen large fires are burning in Montana, with more than 50 large fires in Idaho, Washington and Oregon combined, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.

Record-breaking heat wave coming to Northwest

The Supply Chain Journal

Highs will soar into the 90s and triple digits from far northern California to Oregon, Washington and Idaho, as well as far northwestern sections of Montana and Nevada.

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Oregon’s Bootleg fire burning out of control

The Supply Chain Journal

The National Weather Service has red flag warning in place from northeastern California to central Oregon and eastern Washington, as well as from central Idaho to Montana. Officials say the Bootleg fire, the largest wildfire in the country, may not be fully contained until the fall.

What’s the Hold-up with COVID Vaccinations? Don’t Hold Your Breath…a 2021 Prediction

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But then you have this huge gap in the center of the country – the Dakotas, Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico, parts of West Texas – where there isn’t a lot of cold storage capacity. Welcome to 2021!

Sizzling heat wave continues for truckers out West

The Supply Chain Journal

Other locations in these states, as well as northern Idaho and western Montana, set daily and monthly record highs. Triple-digit heat, possibly record-breaking, will scorch the eastern two-thirds of Montana beginning Thursday, lasting through the Independence Day weekend.

Ransomware attack on Forward Air may have exposed sensitive employee data

The Supply Chain Journal

The Tennessee-based firm sent letters to the attorney general offices in at least four states — California, Vermont, Montana and New Hampshire — on Sept. The devastating ransomware attack that hit Forward Air Corp.

The Daily Dash: Trucking’s place in electric vehicle expansion

The Supply Chain Journal

The former chief judge for the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council in Montana was sentenced to six months in prison and ordered to pay back nearly $11,000 for her role in an illegal ticketing scheme that targeted commercial truck drivers caught speeding on the reservation. The High Five.

Brokerage M&A continues: Cheema adds Walker Logistics to portfolio

The Supply Chain Journal

Founded in 2003, Missoula, Montana-based Walker Logistics brokers dry van, flatbed, refrigerated, expedited and partial truckloads in the U.S. Cheema Logistics announced the acquisition of 3PL provider Walker Logistics on Tuesday.