Trucking’s Tight Capacity Squeezes U.S. Businesses

Shipping costs are rising and freight volumes are outpacing the supply of available trucks, which in turn is causing many companies to reset their supply chains for what some believe is a new, more expensive era in freight transport. Mostly due to the new federal rule that requires drivers to track their hours behind the wheel with electronic logging devices, trucking companies are struggling to deliver the freight volumes that they had become accustomed to. To read more click here to visit the Wall Street Journal.