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Are Shippers Wasting Truckers' Time?

Published by Alex Stark on July 22, 2010

CSA 2010 is an acronym for Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010, a new initiative from the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA).  Through CSA 2010, the FMCSA together with state partners and industry will work to reduce commercial vehicle crashes on our nation's highways.

Logistics Today recently released an article detailing statements made by Anne Ferro, the head of the FMCSA.  Ms. Ferro delivered a speech for the National Industrial Transportation League with criticism towards the shipper community asking for them to recognize the work performed by the transportation industry.

Promoting safe driving practices along with all parties engaged in a collaborative spirit is a recipe for streamlining the supply chain and eliminating bottle necks.

During our recent summer safety meeting, KANE announced that we are actively working towards implementation of CSA 2010 by November 2010.

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