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US Emergency Board seeks resolution to rail freight disputes

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Presidential Emergency Board (PEB) order signed by US President Joe Biden last month has averted the immediate threat of strikes in the sector. Still, longer-term, there appears to be little sign of a resolution to ongoing disputes in the US rail freight sector.

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Author: Malcolm Ramsay

1 comment op “US Emergency Board seeks resolution to rail freight disputes”

bönström bönström|25.07.22|14:33

Industry of railways, by nature vulnerable, as any mono structure, by nature exposed to threats, now indeed has to find the strategy worthy 2022.
Contemporarily, for clients, ware owners, simply any risk for a risk, has to be hedged, thus a cost adding to total, the logistic, the already high, the too high.
(Global devices, by air and by sea, reduce costs, by added load capacity. Now, urgently any, elderly, risky, high cost, technicality has to be outed, as well at railways!)

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