Transportation Outlook - 1
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Feb 3, 2015 10:27 AM CST

OMAHA (DTN) -- Bob Sinner knows firsthand the issues facing the agricultural trucking industry outlook this year.

The Casselton, N.D., farmer is president of SB&B Foods Inc., which produces food-grade-quality crops. His company fills containers which are loaded on trucks headed for West Coast ports; the containers are then shipped to Asian markets.

His top concern remains how much it costs to ship his crops, but he said he knows there are other issues.

"There are issues with driver shortages and different regulations, but for me it seems like the costs associated with trucking, as well as the insurance associated ...

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