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Monthly Archives: December 2013

30
Dec
2013

Built to last: Online branding tips for contractors

When you develop your business in the construction field, it’s often easy to slip into the illusion that you don’t need to do much in terms of online representation as the essence of your work is outdoors and a very practical one. The reality of today’s interconnected world is that this is not true. Even read more »




30
Dec
2013

What 2014 holds for the trucking industry

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After 2013 was named the Year of the Network in the freight transportation field, what will 2014 be? Some of the biggest trends we saw this year include a focus on technology in freight transportation, new FMCSA regulations in a few areas, and less small freight brokers in business. Keeping in mind that trucking remains read more »




30
Dec
2013

JW Surety Bonds Closed for New Year’s

JW Surety Bonds will be closed at 12:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 31st and will remain closed through Wednesday, January 1st. We will reopen Thursday, January 2nd at 9:00 a.m. EST. We wish you a happy, prosperous and healthy 2014!    




20
Dec
2013

JW Surety Bonds Closed for Christmas

JW Surety Bonds will be closed at 12:00 p.m. Monday, December 23rd to celebrate the season with our company holiday party. The office will remain closed through Thursday, December 26th. We will reopen Friday, December 27th at 9:00 a.m. EST. All of us at JW Surety Bonds wish you a happy and healthy holiday season! read more »




19
Dec
2013

Surety bonds renewal deadlines are approaching with the end of the year

It’s the end of the year again, and along with the looming end of the holiday season, quite a lot of surety bonds are due to expire on December 31. This should not ruin your holiday mood because with JW Surety Bonds you can renew your bonds very quickly and conveniently while saving on costs. read more »




03
Dec
2013

FMCSA Revokes 7,500+ Freight Broker Authorities

Now that the FMCSA’s $75,000 bond compliance grace period ended on December 1st, the FMCSA has stuck to their word and is wasting no time enforcing the increased freight broker requirement. In the first week, about 7,500 broker authorities have been revoked. It is expected the number of authority revocations will only increase, as some read more »