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The decision by General Motors to cease production at five of its factories in the United States and Canada will have consequences for trucking companies that serve those plants.

A year-end funding bill that is likely to include provisions related to electronic logging devices and autonomous cars is almost finalized. Yet, disputes surrounding security along the border with Mexico as well as tensions over an investigation into the 2016 presidential election are complicating spending talks.

The largest containership built in the United States cruised into Honolulu Harbor on Nov. 28 after three years of construction and an initial voyage from Philadelphia to California via the Panama Canal earlier this month.

Almost since Donald Trump moved into the White House, the Environmental Protection Agency and California Air Resources Board have been in a political war over the direction of U.S. environmental policy. Can there be a thaw in the works now that EPA has announced plans to begin an “environmental review” to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions for heavy trucks?

DSV Canada, a supply chain service provider and manager, has broken ground on a 1.1-million-square-foot facility in Milton, Ontario, according to a Nov. 28 press release.

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