Trucking: At TRANDERSOL, we are working to improve America’s trucking sector. Our trucking sector is critical to the livelihood of the United States economy. Equally important is its role in the infrastructure, economic development and growth, and the technological advancements of our nation. We depend on trucking to move goods across a variety of terrains and inner-city streets to over 1,500 sectors that make up our nation’s 20 industries. Seventy-two percent of all commercial freight tonnage in the United States was delivered on the backs of trucks. Our primary class 8 trucking sector accounts for 12 billion tons of freight annually and employs over 3.7 million drivers that services industries such as, the manufacturing and retail, mining and processing, and agriculture and construction industries.
Employment across all trucking classifications accounted for 7.8 million people employed throughout the economy in jobs that relate to trucking activity in 2018, excluding the self-employed. TRANDERSOL does not supply trucking services, however, we provide the safest, most efficient, and cost-effective multi-modal and multi-functional platforms for the trucking sector to use with peace of mind. The United States will continue to rely heavily on the trucking sectors to move vast quantities of building materials and goods for the comprehensive rebuilding and modernization over the projected three 30-year phases, as well as to supply goods to our growing population. TRANDERSOL’s interconnected multi-functional platforms will undoubtably reduce trucking and carbon emissions, improve the environment and climate, while increasing jobs and trucking stakeholders’ ownership and economic opportunities for the future.
This sector was responsible for 297.6 billion miles traveled by all registered trucks in 2017 and contributed $796.7 billion in gross freight revenues (primary shipments only) from trucking. This is 80.3% of the nation’s freight bill. The long-term rebuilding and modernization effort proposed by TRANDERSOL will increase the volume of trucking and trucks by 46 percent and will increase overall efficiency and profitability during the reconstruction phases, while improving safety and profitability. Trucks transported 67.4% of the value of surface trade between the U.S. and Canada in 2018, 83.5% of the value of surface trade between the U.S. and Mexico in 2018. According to the National Trucker’s Association (NTA), the value of truck-transported trade rose 10.2% to $424.0 billion with Mexico; truck-transported trade with Canada rose 3.6% to $348.3 billion.
Motor Coaches: Our nation’s motor coach sector is essential to transportation in the United States whether you are traveling by local inner city transit, a luxury coach for unique events or to destinations around the United States, our nation’s motor coach sector is the leading workhorse for moving large quantity of people from local communities to major city hubs and other destinations around the country, and between the United States, Mexico and Canada. At TRANDERSOL, our goal is to improve safety, efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and profitability in this sector.
TRANDERSOL’s comprehensive Eight-Dimensional Economic Recovery Plan (“EDERP” or “The Plan”) will increase efficiency, safety in these sectors by modernizing the roadways, creating inner city and regional HUBS for central docking, decreasing long distance trips, and improving profitability.