How will the Canadian Freight broker survive?

Michael Ludwig

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@Jim L @Michael Ludwig combine what you both said, after the first quarter, after the April fines come into play, we'll probably see a leveling out of things
You need to consider my Learned Friend from Brantford's post as well. Rob is very correct in his assertion that when the perishable goods transportation begins in the spring and ends in the fall, it's going to be very interesting out there.
Jim is right that there will be trucks coming out of "retirement" but they will stay mostly in the intra-Canada market and will have little effect on Canada-US trade.
What will hurt us will be the failure of NAFTA negotiations, and the scrapping of the NAFTA agreement.


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Every year it does affect us, but only on one corridor, the others aren't really touched, but I get what he's saying


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