John Cox

Business, TCA

Shortage of Truck Drivers Concerns California Ag Producers

A forklift moves pallets of yellow sweet corn into a refrigerated truck. A forklift moves pallets of yellow sweet corn into a refrigerated truck. (Mark Elias/Bloomberg News)

A worsening shortage of truck drivers is raising concerns among California farmers that, unless a solution emerges soon, there might not be enough hauling capacity to bring this year’s harvest to market.

John Cox | The Bakersfield Californian
May 4, 2021