More surcharges, rejected freight sting US truck shippers

Multiple top national truckload companies are levying surcharges or rejecting freight because of the overwhelming demand in the typical slow season, frustrating shippers looking for additional capacity. This also has trucking officials warning of an even sharper crunch when produce season picks up in April and retailers stock up for the summer and early autumn.
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