Over 5,000 trucking companies have recently gone out of business and nearly 400,000 trucks have been taken off the road. In other words, there are 8,000 fewer trucks on the road nationwide on any given day. Certain industry segments, like flatbed trucks, have been hit harder than others. As a shipper, are you prepared to navigate through this capacity crunch? How do you plan to counteract increased pricing and decreased truck supply? Inside, learn how to win the fight for capacity.
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