Note on the U.S. Freight Transportation Industry

Case Analysis

Describes the main modes of domestic freight transport (motor vehicle, rail, air, water, and pipelines). Examines the characteristics of the transport service that each mode provides and discusses changes in the industry that have resulted from the recent regulatory reforms. Serve is used as background information for the transportation cases in the Business Logistics course.

Describes the main modes of domestic freight transport (motor vehicle, rail, air, water, and pipelines). Examines the characteristics of the transport service that each mode provides and discusses changes in the industry that have resulted from the recent regulatory reforms. Serve is used as background information for the transportation cases in the Business Logistics course.
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Janice H. Hammond,
John E.P. Morrison
18 pages.
Release Date: 09 February, 1988. Prod #: 688 080 PDF-ENG
Note to U.S. Freight Transportation Industry HBR case solution