Welcome to Another Dimension
Trucker stories. Industry tips and trends. Interviews with recognized professionals. Another Dimension with QuiCK Transport is a podcast dedicated to people who enjoy everything trucking.
Episode #1 – Pilot
Episode #2 – Quality Trucking & Company Culture
In our second episode, we cover the qualities of a reputable and trustworthy trucking/transport company, as well as the importance of a strong company culture. Don’t forget to send us feedback and topic ideas for future episodes!
Episode #3 – Winter Weather Driving
In our 3rd episode, we talk crappy driving conditions and how to best prepare yourself while traveling through the midwest during the winter months. Congratulations to our social media contest winners, and don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to be entered each week. Don’t forget to send us feedback and topic ideas for future episodes!
Episode #4 – Ins & Outs of Flatbed Transport
Whether it’s planning for a busy metropolitan route or checking the securement of your load, there’s a lot that goes into planning a flatbed transport. This week we cover all of the things that make up a successful trip.
Episode #5 – Guest: Bill Stollfuss
Our first guest is in the studio! Today we sit down with our good friend, Bill Stollfuss, to discuss the world of insurance, specifically for trucking companies when it comes to protecting your employees and equipment. Packers’ predictions are also included.
Episode #6 – Hidden Transport Costs & Customer Relationships
When freight isn’t delivered efficiently and safely, the costs can be significant. This week the guys layout a variety of problems that can go wrong with a delivery, as well as what it takes to maintain a healthy professional relationship.
Episode #7 – Our Drivers
Our drivers are the heart of our company. They stay with us because their experience and skills are recognized, and are fully supported by the rest of our team. Congratulations to one of our drivers, Stuart, for hitting one million miles and crossing off all 48 states!
Episode #8 – Unexpected Trucking Delays
Unforseen instances and obstacles can create chaos in the trucking world, as we’ve seen this last week with the winter storm that swept the southern portion of the country. Today we discuss the most efficient methods of handling an instance like this, as well as the effect inclement weather can have on the industry as a whole.
Episode #9 – A Busy Week In Flatbed Trucking
2021 has been CRAZY in the trucking world. The demand for specialty transport is as high as it’s ever been, which can create chaos in the office and with dispatch. This week we talk about ways to stay efficient and organized as a small to medium-sized trucking company when things get busy.
Episode #10 – Guest Matt Staszak
This week we welcome one of our drivers, Matt, to the studio for the first time. Listen in as we get his take regarding being on the road, how he got into trucking, and tips for guys just getting into the business.
Episode #11 – Another Week In Trucking & Core Company Values
It’s been another busy one in the flatbed industry. Today we recap this week’s events, as well as give our opinions on core company values, and whether they mean anything or not when running a successful business.
Episode #12 – The Mansfield Bar & Broker/Carrier Relationships
This week we talk about the history of how the Mansfield Bar came to be, the relationship between carriers and brokers, and where Quinn will be vacationing next week.
Episode #14 – Florida Vacations & The Struggles Of Hiring
After 3 weeks off, today we sit down to talk vacationing in Florida, the struggles of hiring in 2021, and what’s been happening within the transport industry lately.
Episode #15 – Why We Choose The Trucking Life
Why do we choose to stay in the transportation industry? In this week’s episode, we talk about why we love our jobs, and the stories that come with working in the trucking world.
Episode #16 – Blitz Week & ELDs In Canada
Thanks for tuning in! This week we drop some new trucker vocabulary, discuss the switch to ELDs in Canada, and how we were affected by the recent 72 hour “blitz.”