Canadian commercial vehicle manufacturers are concerned over the “significant negative impact” caused by surtaxes on steel and aluminum
Posted Tuesday May 22, 2018 in Business
While the North American Freight market will remain strong for the rest of 2018, uncertainty in domestic and global areas could make the outlook for 2019 murky, says FTR chairman and CEO Eric Starks.
OTA’s Cross-Border Council session at the annual OTA Council Summit on June 20 will be exploring the increasing use of innovation at ports of entry in Southern Ontario,
While trucking activity is strong in the U.S., there are lingering threats like the acute driver shortage and talk of the U.S. pulling out of NAFTA, says ATA chief economist Bob Costello.
Associations representing manufacturers of vehicles and parts have spoken out against President Donald Trump’s plan to place a 25% tariff on steel and a 10% tariff on aluminum imports