Trucking, Logistics Remains Tight Throughout the U.S. in Hurricane Aftermath

The trucking and freight market continues to tighten in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, Irma and other natural disasters that have hit the U.S. Gulf and country as a whole over the past few weeks. With trucks, equipment, drivers and resources being pulled to the gulf and southeastern US to aid in relief efforts, albeit for good reason, the trucking industry elsewhere in the US has been strained even further than it was prior to Harvey making landfall.

Multiple logistics companies and distribution firms are urging customers and clients to provide ample lead times, significantly more than usual to ensure trucking availability to meet deadlines and due dates for the foreseeable future.

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Trucking in the US continues to tighten due to multiple factors


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