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    Senior Member cvangel's Avatar
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    Companies aren't rushing to join cross-border trucking progr

    Companies aren't rushing to join cross-border trucking program
    By Paul M. Krawzak and Sandra Dibble

    May 18, 2008

    Plastic Express, a Southern California trucking firm, seems like a natural to benefit from a temporary program that opened the U.S.-Mexico border to long-haul freight.

    HOWARD LIPIN / Union-Tribune
    California Highway Patrol inspector Micahel Poladian watched a truck passing through the Otay Mesa inspection facility.
    But like many carriers in the program, it has not seen much advantage.

    “There's a message there; I'm not sure what it is,â€

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    [quote]“Unfortunately, the administration seems all too willing to disregard Congress, public and the law to move forward with the program, so I doubt that another shot of reality is going to change their minds,â€
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