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Supply chain bottlenecks grow as COVID infection rates shrink

By February 26, 2021No Comments

COVID-19 infection rates are falling across the country more than a year after the first case of the novel coronavirus was detected in the U.S. But supply chain difficulties continue to be widespread for trucking and trailer suppliers — 90% of whom believe that an OE production bottleneck is either imminent or already in progress, according to Richard Anderson, director of market research for the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association.


Anderson recently presented data from February’s HDMA Pulse Report — which includes information gathered through surveys of North American trucking and trailer manufacturers in February — during an HDMA Pulse webinar.