Some transportation experts are saying the shipments of agricultural commodities may face similar challenges this year.
Brownfield’s Kellan Heavican has more from the Transportation Go! Conference in Omaha, Nebraska.
Executive Director Eric Wenberg with the Specialty Soya and Grains Alliance says the cost of transporting goods have dropped, but scheduling backlogs persist.
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“We need trains that run faster and on time. We need the staffs of the ports abroad to finish their collective bargaining associations with the ports’ authority.”
He says commodity groups, state and federal governments and transportation stakeholders need to work together to build a secure supply chain.