By Linda Chiem (March 25, 2016, 5:55 PM EDT) -- As the commercial trucking industry grapples with high inventory from stockpiled shipments and shifting freight demands, a batch of proposed safety regulations and recent developments could make it even more challenging for motor carriers, freight forwarders and other ground-based shippers to do business.
Federal transportation officials are handing down a variety of mandates that could exacerbate the driver shortage or introduce new technology that could either encroach or enable driver productivity. At the same time, growing competition, increased enforcement and litigation, and government-backed highway safety initiatives will add to the pressures faced by commercial truckers, threatening to disrupt the supply chain,...
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