Dear ACWI Members,
In this issue of ACWI Advance we take a closer look at these stories:
- Chemical manufacturers see economy in turmoil and a future hard to predict.
- An attorney offers best practices to help avoid violating child labor laws.
- The playing of obscene rap music in a warehouse creates big legal woes.
- A new study shows that urinalysis is missing up to 90% of drug using truckers.
- ATRI issues its annual analysis of the costs of operating a commercial truck fleet.
- JLL offers timely advice to help its warehouse customers plan for their future.
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All my best,
President, American Chain Of Warehouses
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