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Speed bumps!
  by Sean Kilcarr n Trucks at Work

parked2The trucking industry is slowly but surely benefiting from a lot of positive trends of late (you can go here and here to read more about them) and the long-term outlook offer fairly buoyant news as well (as this story illuminates) despite a recent dip in TL tonnage levels.

Yet recent analysis of second quarter motor carrier earnings reports by Wall Street investment firm Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. is casting some cold water on trucking’s prospects. Though it’s not completely in the negative – indeed, Stifel thinks continued railroad congestion may push more freight back to the highways – there are certainly plenty of potential pressure points in the firm’s outlook carriers need to keep in mind...

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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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