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TeamRunSmart PROSThere’s so much going on within trucking trucking right now it could make your head spin!  When you look at just a few of the topics of concern; regulations, EPA, CARB, fuel prices, a main question we always find ourselves asking seems to be, “Are things better or worse for the trucking industry these days?”  Another popular question, “how has innovation and technology affected both carriers and professional drivers?”

Let’s face it, the main focus of concern for everyone involved is ones bottom line, no matter who you are in this industry.

So we ask, how can innovation, resourcefulness, and technology aid us all during these financially difficult and trying times?

Join us on Thursday May 1st at 6PM ET on Truth About Trucking ‘Live” as we have as our guests Henry Albert and Jimmy Nevarez of Team Run Smart.  Jimmy and Henry will addressing some vital trucking concerns and issues.

Henry Albert is the owner of Albert Transport, Inc., based in Statesville, NC.   Albert, who has been a trucker since 1983, was recognized by Overdrive as its 2007 Trucker of the Year. He recently was one of 7 awarded by TravelCenters of America, operator of TA and Petro Stopping Center facilities,the Citizen Driver Award. The award recognizes drivers who promote respect for the industry.  As part of his award, Travel Centers has named one of their stopping centers after Henry- The Henry Albert Travel Center in Laredo, Texas

Henry Albert

Henry will be discussing the all important fuel mileage dilemma and will be sharing how he has achieved almost 10 MPG in his truck.  He’ll also be discussing the advancement in technology and comparing trucks and autos of the 70′s compared to today
Have increased regulations actually made things ‘better’ for trucks?

Jimmy Nevarez is the Owner/President of Angus Transportation, Inc., based in Chino, California. Jimmy pulls 53′ intermodal rail containers hauling general dry and refrigerated goods as a leased independent contractor in Southern California.

Jimmy is a Magna Cum Laude honors graduate of DeVry University in Pomona, CA with a bachelor’s of science is business administration. He majored in operation’s management, which he attained while driving as an 11-western states owner-operator. He has pulled various types of equipment throughout his career including dry vans, reefers, flatbeds, pneumatic tankers, bottom dumps, and containers.

Jimmy Nevarez
Jimmy presently drives a CNG fueled truck and will be sharing many facts (as well as putting to rest some myths) associated with trucks fueled by compressed natural gas.

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By: Allen Smith

Allen Smith is a 34 year veteran ( started at an early age in family moving business) of the trucking industry, many of those years spent over the road. He has been an owner operator, company driver, operations manager, and has owned and operated a moving company, taking many of the long haul moves himself when needed. One thing though that most will say is that the reason and motivation behind the author, Allen Smith, is the fact he is driven by the desire to help others succeed within an industry where injustice, unrewarded sacrifice, and lack of respect and recognition exists. As you read many of the blog posts you’ll discover that he is opinionated and speaks openly about the ongoing issues of the trucking industry. He supports other fellow advocates who are also stepping up to the plate to help those who are in need of honesty, guidance and direction. The list of supporters and like minded people grows daily and their ability to network together and share their thoughts and ideas for the betterment of others within trucking, has allowed the forward movement of... "Raising the standards of the trucking industry"

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