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Trucking, environmental groups oppose federal plan to re-think trailer emission standards
EDF says action imperils public health; ATA says it would allow California to craft de facto national standard for trailers.
DHL launches security consulting arm
Supply Chain Security Consultancy Service offers training modules on risk assessment, training and awareness, and security breaches and internal conspiracies.
New service from Jabil will analyze the impact of changes in trade, tax, and tariff policies on a company's supply chain
The T3 Policy Readiness Assessment service will help customers better understand how geopolitical changes could affect their manufacturing and distribution agility, according to the solution provider.
Motor carrier safety grading system is sound but needs implementation changes, NAS says
Report urges shift to a more data-intensive model to determine carrier safety.
NRF slams modified proposal to phase-in tax on U.S. imports
Proposed change would do nothing to ease pain for businesses, consumers, group says.
Supreme Court declines to hear challenge to ELD mandate
OOIDA's petition was last gasp in court to challenge mandate.
Labor Department withdraws informal 2015 guidance on role of independent contractors
Earlier memos cast wide net on contractor classifications.
FMCSA proposes waiver of CDL knowledge test for veterans, active-duty personnel
Agency also proposes one-year expiration of learner's permit, up from six months.
FMCSA scotches plan to weigh hike in trucker minimum insurance levels
Agency lacked enough information to move forward; nearly sixfold increase in liability coverage had been considered.
Will 33-foot twins be born this year?
Just two years after it was shot down by Congress, legislation to allow the use of 33-foot twin trailers on the nation's highways may finally see the light of day.

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