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Friday Aug 26, 2016 - DOT issues speed limiter NPRM but leaves exact speed to be decided

Friday Aug 26, 2016 - Truck driver shortage: not enough kings of the road to deliver America’s goods
http://wdtn.com/2016/08/25/truck-driver-shortage-not-enough-kings-of-the-road-to-deliver-americas-goods/

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) – Truck driving is one of the highest demand jobs in the Miami Valley, but companies are having a hard time filling those positions. Between 2013 and 2015, blue-collar jobs rose sharply, 500,000 in transportation, mainly truck drivers.
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Thursday Aug 25, 2016 - From booze to moos: Fargo crafters feed NDSU livestock
http://www.inforum.com/business/4100930-booze-moos-fargo-crafters-feed-ndsu-livestock

FARGO—If animals could talk, some cows at North Dakota State University might toast a pair of Fargo beer and spirit makers.

Drekker Brewing Company and Proof Artisan Distillers have been sending their spent grains to the animal sci

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Wednesday Aug 24, 2016 - Soybeans trip up top traders, prompt rare offer to U.S. farmers
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-soybeans-trades-idUSKCN10Z192

Two of the world's biggest agricultural trading houses bungled crop sales they made on behalf of U.S. farmers this year because of what one described as "unique" price moves for soybeans, prompting both to take rare steps to keep disgruntled customers.

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Wednesday Aug 24, 2016 - US shippers, trucking group locked in bill of lading battle
http://www.joc.com/regulation-policy/transportation-regulations/us-transportation-regulations/us-shippers-trucking-group-locked-bill-lading-battle_20160823.html

Two U.S. shipper groups are squaring off against the National Motor Freight Traffic Association to challenge recent changes to one of the m

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Tuesday Aug 23, 2016 - Chinese Grain Trading Firm Cofco Buys Out Nidera
http://www.wsj.com/articles/chinese-grain-trading-firm-cofco-buys-out-nidera-1471952752

China’s state-owned grain trading company Cofco Corp. said Tuesday it would take full ownership of Netherlands-based grain trader Nidera NV.

Cofco said it reached a “definitive agreement” to buy the 49% it didn’t already own from Cygne BV, a company controlled by

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Tuesday Aug 23, 2016 - Louisiana Flooding Affecting Transportation, Crops
https://www.dtnpf.com/agriculture/web/ag/perspectives/blogs/market-matters-blog/blog-post/2016/08/22/louisiana-flooding-affecting-crops

Louisiana has been under siege for weeks from torrential rains causing catastrophic flooding as harvest neared. Crops are waterlogged in flooded fields, some rail lines were unde

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Monday Aug 22, 2016 - Here's the moment when I realized how miraculous self-driving technology really is

http://www.businessinsider.com/uber-otto-self-driving-truck-technology-miracle-2016-8

Riding in a self-driving vehicle requires you to suspend your belief that man is better than machine.

You have to trust that the steering wheel moving below your hovering hands is turning in the right direction and the right amount.


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Monday Aug 22, 2016 - Frac Sand Pricing Could Go Parabolic, But Not Until Oil Prices Rise
http://seekingalpha.com/article/4001027-bakken-update-frac-sand-pricing-go-parabolic-oil-prices-rise

Summary

Frac sand pricing may have hit a bottom as demand is beginning to pick up in better US basins like the Permian.

Mega-Fracs continue to use large volumes of sand per well, with some operators now using up to

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Sunday Aug 21, 2016 - Former ATA Chief Lays Out Trucking’s Most-Daunting Challenges
https://www.trucks.com/2016/08/18/ata-truckings-daunting-challenges/

Written by Bill Graves, who retired from his position as president and chief executive of the American Trucking Associations last month. This is one in a series of periodic guest columns by industry thought leaders.

When I first came to the American Trucking Associa