Charles Wilson

Charles
Wilson
Editor,
Bulk Transporter

Charles E. Wilson has spent 20 years covering the tank truck, tank container, and storage terminal industries throughout North, South, and Central America. He has been editor of Bulk Transporter since 1989. Prior to that, Wilson was managing editor of Bulk Transporter and Refrigerated Transporter and associate editor of Trailer/Body Builders. Before joining the three publications in Houston TX, he wrote for various food industry trade publications in other parts of the country. Wilson has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Kansas and served three years in the U.S. Army.

Articles
All the pieces are in place to help Prime Inc continue to increase market share
CLEARLY, Prime Inc has built one of the most successful business models in the trucking industry. The Springfield, Missouri-based carrier typically posts annual revenue growth in the 13% range and has been ranked as the 28th largest trucking company in the United States.
Photos: Prime Inc
CLEARLY, Prime Inc has built one of the most successful business models in the trucking industry. The Springfield, Missouri-based carrier typically posts annual revenue growth in the 13% range and has been ranked as the 28th largest trucking company in the United States.
Kwik Trip
SOME companies lead, while many others are content to follow. La Crosse, Wisconsin-based Kwik Trip Stores Inc certainly has been a leader when it comes to demonstrating the benefits of natural gas as a truck fuel for local and regional food distribution fleets.
Big move
Construction is proceeding briskly at the new Robert Heath Trucking Inc terminal in Dallas, Texas. It is perhaps the most visible indication that the refrigerated truckload carrier is in full growth mode
National Biodiesel Conference
US BIODIESEL producers have been challenged to add enough new capacity between now and 2015 to meet at least five percent of the US diesel demand. The
O&S Trucking builds reefer success
MANAGERS at O&S Trucking Inc have elevated driver selection and training to a higher level. The effort is paying impressive dividends. The Springfield,
Biodiesel promise
BY 2030, every heavy-duty truck in the United States could be fueled with a 20% (B20) biodiesel blend. Reaching that milestone will take a lot of work,
Low sulfur fuel delivery presents challenges
Transporting diesel is about to get a lot more complicated and more expensive for both the vendors and their fleet customers. There is widespread concern
Ultra low sulfur fuel may strain logistics network
WITH just 18 months until the Environmental Protection Agency's rule takes effect mandating ultra low sulfur diesel for truck engines, there's still a
NAFTA delays, competition issues dominate Canacar transport meeting
CONTINUED failure by the United States to live up to treaty obligations in granting US access to Mexican truckers drew strong criticism during Mexico

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