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Traffic troubles: What carriers need to know to best handle increased freight volume1 minute read

The U.S. economy grew five per cent in the third quarter of 2014, its strongest growth in 11 years. This growth, coupled with rising employment levels and increased consumer spending, has led to a long-overdue lift for the American freight market. Canadian carriers are also optimistic for 2015, expecting freight volume growth of five to 10 per cent. While growth is certainly good, it also means more congestion at border crossings. What should Canadian carriers do to best prepare for this increased traffic?

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Our own Northbridge Insurance experts offer their insights in the Special Report article, “Traffic Troubles: What Carriers Need To Know To Best Handle Increased Freight Volume” featured in CI Top Broker magazine.


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