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State Of Freight

June 25th, 2014 by Mike Meyerhoff

I hate to be the bearer of bad news but as they say, when it rains it pours (and coincidentally enough, we are about to experience an actual El Nino).  Last month we talked about how the polar vortex, policy barriers, economy, and driver shortages were effecting freight…now enter the Longshoremen. In short, the labor […]

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State Of Freight

May 19th, 2014 by Mike Meyerhoff

Where the **** is my truck?   This is becoming a regular phrase being tossed about by sales folk and traffic managers all across the country as of late as booking and retaining long-haulers has been just about as difficult as closing orders.   While most of this IS due to Bill Murray hijacking trucks for […]

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The State of Freight

February 7th, 2014 by Patrick Murphy

Shipping is a huge part of our business. It’s critical to be aware of the factors that affect the cost of freight. This weary winter of 2014 has seen arctic blasts and record low temperatures. Fourteen named storms have rocked the eastern half of the country and caused delays all over the United States. LTL […]

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