Small US trucking companies bolster capacity

Shippers concerned about tightening US truck capacity may need to broaden their search for space to put freight. Large US truckload carriers are clawing back their own capacity by cutting trucks from their fleets, but a rise in the number of motor carriers at the other end of the for-hire trucking scale is adding to overall available capacity.
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