Trucking Jobs in Albany, Oregon

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Truck Driving Jobs in Albany, Oregon

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Your Truck driving Definitions of the Day

Single-Source Leasing

Service in which companies can lease drivers and trucks from the same source, rather than having to procure them from different companies.

LTL Carrier

Trucking company which consolidates less-than-truckload cargo for multiple destinations on one vehicle. (see TL Carrier)

EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)

The business-to-business interconnection of computers for the rapid exchange of a wide variety of documents, from bills of lading to build tickets at auto plants.

Container (Shipping Container)

Standard-sized rectangular box used to transport freight by ship, rail and highway. International shipping containers are 20 or 40 feet long, conform to International Standards Organization (ISO) standards and are designed to fit in ships' holds. Containers are transported on public roads atop a container chassis towed by a tractor. Domestic containers, up to 53 feet long and of lighter construction, are designed for rail and highway use only.

Gradeability

Vehicle's ability to climb a grade at a given speed. Example: A truck with a gradeability of 5% at 60 mph can maintain 60 mph on a grade with a rise of 5%.

Your truck driver 10-Codes of the Day

10-24

Completed last assignment

10-95

Transmit dead carrier for 5 seconds

10-91

Talk closer to the Mike

10-92

Your transmitter is out of adjustment

10-34

Trouble at this station, help is needed

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