People on the Move: Addressing Policy Issues Affecting Shippers and Carriers

July 14, 2023

 

People on the Move’s Weston LaBar talks with Bill Sullivan, EVP of Advocacy of the American Trucking Association, and Jonathan Eisen, Executive Director of the  Intermodal Motor Carriers Conference. The three discuss policy issues affecting shippers and carriers. The past year has brought many challenges and opportunities for the industry to grow. Some big topics include the automatic chip shortage, wait times, and the rising cost of equipment which is essential for so many located in states that will follow the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).

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