ATA Changing Gears In ‘Transition Year’

With stronger, steadier economic expansion forecast for this year and truck capacity nearly static, the trucking industry expects to regain some of the pricing power and revenue it will need to cover a host of rising costs, many the result of regulatory initiatives in Washington. American Trucking Associations President and CEO Bill Graves and Chief Economist Bob Costello sat down with senior editors William B. Cassidy and Mark Szakonyi earlier this month to discuss the economic, regulatory and political outlook for trucking and the industry’s largest member-based lobbying organization in 2014 and beyond.
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