Fleet operations have had to be nimble to navigate amid disruptions caused by the novel coronavirus, particularly in hard-hit cities such as New York, San Francisco, New Orleans and Detroit.
Recent data from predictive analytics firm FourKites Inc. showed a drop in load volumes for consumer goods, food and packaging destined for those hard-hit areas after an initial spike the weeks of March 23 and March 30.
Triple G Express primarily hauls mostly intermodal containers primarily servicing the Port of New Orleans, and also operates shorthaul dry vans. Since the pandemic the company has had to deal with a schedule constantly in flux as well as four coronavirus cases among its drivers.
“We were strong the first few weeks of this pandemic and now…