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Throwing out the babies with the bathwater
President Trump is bent on strong-arming the Chinese on trade, even if it means breaking the arms of those he purports to help.
Study: operational costs of trucking climbed 6 percent in 2017
Increase caused by rise in fuel prices, maintenance on more complex vehicles, higher driver wages, ATRI says.
Freight rate spikes shaking up the C-suite
According to a panel of shipper executives at CSCMP's EDGE Conference, this year's trucking rate spike has some U.S. companies looking to private fleet, rail options.
Trade wars will mean supply chain pain
In its attempt to bring China to heel, the administration could do great harm to U.S. importers and their supply chain partners.
Conferees strip measure from FAA bill to pre-empt state laws on driver meal, rest pay
"Denham Amendment" fails to pass legislative muster again.
Old Dominion expands service center network
Carrier opens 3 new centers, relocates 2 more and renovates a sixth.  
Savannah to bump box capacity to 8 million TEUs in 10 years, Lynch says
GPA's executive director outlines plan to raise capacity from 5.5 million TEUs.
UP pledges performance improvements through precision railroading plan
Firm adopts rivals' strategy of following tighter schedules to cut costs, simplify network.
Florence flooding keeps Port of Wilmington, NC, closed to trucks until Monday
Planned 14-day closure could squeeze imports of bananas, clementines.
Ryder opens Pennsylvania maintenance facility for advanced fuel vehicles
Site in Leesport, Pa., will support company's commercial fleet management, dedicated transportation, and supply chain solutions.

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