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Supply chain "transparency" and trucking
  by Sean Kilcarr in Trucks at Work

road1An interesting survey recently conducted by the U.S. audit, tax and advisory firm KPMG LLP of 100 senior executives at so-called food, drink, and consumer goods (FDCG) companies turned up some interesting trends for motor carriers – large and small alike – to ponder.

For starters, this is an industry that’s at the start of what Patrick Dolan, KPMG’s national line of business leader for consumer markets, calls a “transformative process,” where FDCG firms are focused on updating operational efficiencies and applicable technology, increasing spending to expand or improve facilities plus (of course) and continuing product innovation

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Sean Kilcarr comments on trends affecting the many different strata of the trucking industry.. Check back often for Sean's take on the trucking industry, in his award-winning blog, Trucks at Work.

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