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Little relief seen for US domestic shippers in 2022

  • Thread starter William B. Cassidy, Senior Editor | Oct 13, 2021
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BIG R GUY

Supplies driver facing cameras to, XPO,OD,and FedX
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It should read, Little relief seen,From shippers in 2022.
Trucking companies can expect continued,jerking around from shippers,and especially distribution centers, as far as, waiting, waiting for doors,waiting to get loaded,waiting to get unloaded,waiting for freight to get checked in,waiting for bills,waiting for the 1 person bathroom, and waiting to get the hell out of there.
 

pjl251

Active Member
It should read, Little relief seen,From shippers in 2022.
Trucking companies can expect continued,jerking around from shippers,and especially distribution centers, as far as, waiting, waiting for doors,waiting to get loaded,waiting to get unloaded,waiting for freight to get checked in,waiting for bills,waiting for the 1 person bathroom, and waiting to get the hell out of there.
Oh. Ok. It should have said no changes coming anytime soon!
 

BIG R GUY

Supplies driver facing cameras to, XPO,OD,and FedX
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Oh. Ok. It should have said no changes coming anytime soon!
Only changes I heard was from truckload carriers announcing their drivers will get detention paid after 3 free hours, to help out the poor shippers lazy a$$ workers.
 

kboomarang

My allah, between pie and mode
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It should read, Little relief seen,From shippers in 2022.
Trucking companies can expect continued,jerking around from shippers,and especially distribution centers, as far as, waiting, waiting for doors,waiting to get loaded,waiting to get unloaded,waiting for freight to get checked in,waiting for bills,waiting for the 1 person bathroom, and waiting to get the hell out of there.
Wait what now?
 
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DCM_Doc

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You can rest easy tonight. Mayor Pete Buttpeg has a plan to rescue this country from the transportation chaos the Trump administration left. Of course it will require approval of the 3 $trillion spending bill.
 

BIG R GUY

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Clinton,IA(AP). Coop Logistics going 24/7 on river port operations.
Cedar Rapids based logistics and transportation giant. Coop Dispatch has announced their facility on the Mississippi River at Clinton, will operate 24 hours, 7 days a week starting immediately responding to President Biden’s orders to help alleviate the back log of container ships on the West Coast. Coop strongman, TikTok influencer,and US director of operations, Big Dave, said we can handle 4,000 containers daily, many
Of which after unloading here, are reloaded with Ridge Sox popcorn destined to ports around the world. He added that many of Asian containers are moved by his Gold, Team drivers to Walmart, and Amazon distribution centers around the country. When asked if some of the contents of the loads had the hard to find action video game, “Battle Mirrors”,that consumers are literally fighting over at stores, PR spokesperson,
Bongo Meephartz said, agreements with Chinese suppliers forbid them from divulging product shipping information. Messages left at Coop offices went unanswered, and it was not immediately clear when they might respond.


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Shown above is the Coop Maritime docks near Clinton,Iowa.
 
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seabreeze

Not Well Known Member, 63 Year Teamster Member
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It should read, Little relief seen,From shippers in 2022.
Trucking companies can expect continued,jerking around from shippers,and especially distribution centers, as far as, waiting, waiting for doors,waiting to get loaded,waiting to get unloaded,waiting for freight to get checked in,waiting for bills,waiting for the 1 person bathroom, and waiting to get the hell out of there.
Come to think of it, Weight is what broke the wagon down!
 
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