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Your Guide to Upcoming Trucking Regulations

A guide to understanding and navigating the driver shortage and trucking regulations.

Potential transportation disruptions are looming
As increased over-the-road regulations are set to go into effect in 2017, supply chain managers should take steps to prepare today in order to protect their organizations from negative impact.

Several of these coming regulations are anticipated to decrease the driver pool and truck capacity, which could ultimately disrupt over-the-road shipping. Transportation leaders must understand and plan for these disruptions before they impact their transportation networks.

Download the white paper to learn:

  • When the driver shortage will reach its climax
  • How long-term contingency plans mitigate disruption
  • What kinds of productivity losses ELDs will bring to the trucking industry
  • Which regulations will most impact the driver pool and capacity

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