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Chris DiPasquale

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A Look At The Viability Of The Independent Contractor Model

Chris DiPasquale | Aug 4, 2015 12:00:00 AM

For as long as trucking has been around, there have been Owner Operators. These small, independent contractors would take a percentage of whatever a load paid, and then figure out how to cover their expenses on the back end. They took the loads they wanted to take, worked when they wanted to...

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Joseph Guttilla Announcement

Chris DiPasquale | Jul 1, 2015 12:00:00 AM

SalSon Logistics Adds Long Time Automotive Parts Delivery Expert: A legend in the automotive parts delivery segment, Joseph P Guttilla, has come out of retirement and is bringing his knowledge and expertise to SalSon Logistics. Salson already has an award winning Dedicated team in place that...

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A Shipper's Guide to Surviving the Driver Shortage

Chris DiPasquale | May 26, 2015 12:00:00 AM
THE SKY IS FALLING

If you’ve been following the news about the problems impacting carriers, you may feel like the future is pretty bleak out there. From what we've read about this gloomy future, it sounds like the country will come to a grinding halt as we all look around for the drivers that...

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SalSon Hosts Annual Truck Rodeo

Chris DiPasquale | Jun 18, 2013 12:00:00 AM

SalSon Hosts Annual Truck Rodeo: There was a rodeo of sorts in Newark, NJ last Saturday. Although you don’t normally associate New Jersey’s largest city as the site for a rodeo, this past week SalSon hosted its annual get together for drivers, warehouse employees, office staff and their...

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Understanding the Customs Inspection Process

Chris DiPasquale | Jun 23, 2012 12:00:00 AM
US Customs Exams:

If you’re shipping cargo into the United States, one of the last things you want to hear is that your freight has been selected for a Customs Exam. It’s the supply chain’s version of a pop quiz, and no matter how ready you think you might be, you still get that sinking feeling...

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