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FMCSA revokes certificates of medical examiner who had cleared 2,000 drivers
Affected drivers will have 30 days after being notified to be medically re-certified, agency says.
Will surging freight rates herald the return of the inflation boogieman?
General Mills sees quarterly profits compressed by freight-cost melt-up. Analyst sees no long-term repercussions, but short-term fluctuations.
Company launches IT platform to speed driver medical exam process
Pass My Physical platform sets digital alerts to facilitate process.
FMCSA grants 90-day ELD compliance waiver to haulers of ag-based transportation
Statement's language implies broad waiver for agriculture haulers.
Flatbed spot market takes off in unprecedented manner, firm says
About 88 flatbed loads available for every truck in last reporting week, DAT says.
Congdon to leave Old Dominion CEO post after decade of historic outperformance
Executive to step down May 16 to become executive chairman. Gantt, current president, to become CEO.
Massive jury award against FedEx unit could re-set standard for damages in truck accidents
Appeals court's decision to uphold $165 million award in fatal New Mexico accident could re-calibrate thinking on jury behavior.
Skinning the tight-capacity cat
It's getting rough on the roads for truck shippers. But is a rate hosing foreordained?
Business interests defeat effort in Illinois to slap "impact" fees on warehouse owners
Levy would have been based on level of truck activity at "logistics centers."
Ultra-tight dray capacity forcing users to pay just to hold trucks
Users paying fee voluntarily; surcharge is on top of escalating dray rates.

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