US trucking brings carriers a load of problems
The US inland haulage market has been hit by rising costs, staff shortages and new regulation. This has forced container lines, in turn, to increase lead times and boost their supplier networks
As trucking becomes a drivers’ market, carriers are turning to emergency measures in an effort to transport shippers’ cargoes inland
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