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Truck Driver Shortage: 100+ Years War

By Mitch Mac Donald | December 08, 2014 | 12:34 PM | Categories: Transportation

The driver shortage has been a topic of seemingly endless discussion and debate in the logistics industry for at least 100 years, as evidence by the citation below.

The question, then: Should we stop talking about solving it and recognize the reality of its ever-presence and instead focus on how to best cope with it?

Consider this: "Practically all truck manufacturers and nearly all employers complain of the great difficulty of securing driver who are competent and who will work handling freight."   -- Source: Traffic World, December 12, 1914

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