Bendix’s Knowledge Dock Aims To Educate The Trucking Industry

The trucking industry is changing at a pretty rapid pace, with new technologies and innovations consistently being developed. Thankfully, you don’t have to keep track of it all on your own, because Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems is here with

The new website houses Bendix’s latest development, a multimedia center fittingly dubbed the Knowledge Dock. The Knowledge Dock aims to bring safety information to both truck drivers and fleet operators, and features a number of blog posts, podcasts, videos, and white papers for anyone involved in the trucking industry. Technicians, engineers, regulators and business leads will also find plenty of helpful information on the new site.

Check out one of Bendix’s Knowledge Dock videos below:

The Knowledge Dock serves as an extension of Bendix’s dedication to cutting-edge trucking technology. As Bendix’s director of corporate communications Barbara Gould put it:

“We take our commitment to education and post-sales support seriously. That’s one reason we developed this outlet. Knowledge Dock on provides a fresh voice and an easy way for people to stay connected to their industry, from the technical to the topical. Plus, by making the material available 24/7/365, we ensure our industry partners can access it on their own terms, when and where they need it.”

Moreover, Gould sees the Knowledge Dock as a key to keeping the trucking industry safe:

“We have a passion for safety and we believe that ongoing training is one of the keys to getting there. Whether it’s a fleet executive seeking insight about current or pending technologies, a technician performing maintenance in the shop, or a driver doing a pre-trip inspection, is a great resource.”

How Can Truckers Stay Safe On The Road?

Keeping the roads safe for truckers and everyday drivers is a difficult challenge, but thankfully you don’t have to do it alone. Bendix’s new Knowledge Dock provides a host of useful resources for those in the industry, but for even more assistance you should consider turning to Consortium Pool.

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We offer nationwide drug and alcohol testing services for commercial trucking companies and self-owned and operated truckers, keeping drivers compliant with standards set by the Department Of Transportation and Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration. Consortium Pool even offers pre-employment drug testing for truckers as well as drug and alcohol abuse training programs.

Much like Bendix and its new Knowledge Dock, the team at Consortium Pool is dedicated to keep your trucking business safe. For more information on our services, or to enroll in our drug and alcohol testing consortium services, contact Consortium Pool today.