DOT establishes freight advisory committee to boost cargo visibility
By John D. Schulz, Contributing Editor
March 06, 2013 - LM Editorial
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John D. Schulz
John D. Schulz has been a transportation journalist for more than 20 years, specializing in the trucking industry. He is known to own the fattest Rolodex in the business, and is on a first-name basis with scores of top-level trucking executives who are able to give shippers their latest insights on the industry on a regular basis. This wise Washington owl has performed and produced at some of the highest levels of journalism in his 40-year career, mostly as a Washington newsman.
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