That would have been the first instance that the Teamsters didn't have a hand in any decisions reached. After all their antics through the years, I have a hard time believing in much they are involved in. My comment wasn't about sympathy for the Mexican truckers but rather about the Mexican Government and people getting jacked around. One can do all they want to pick apart NAFTA from both sides of the fence but the fact remains this was a ratified and signed agreement just like the new trade agreements signed this week. Both parties are obligated to follow the terms without arbitrary timeouts. Take a look at the timber/lumber fiasco on the northern border.
Anyone who has been shipping pallets, partial trucks or full truck loads NOB, knows full well that the freight charges are punitive once the product crosses that border. Regards, Neil Albuquerque, NM
(This post was edited by chinagringo on Oct 23, 2011, 3:07 PM)
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(Veteran) on Oct 23, 2011, 3:07 PM