“I’m not going to say that there were no violations out there,” said Weston LaBar, executive director of the Harbor Trucking Association. But, he added, they were “unintentional,” the result of market pressures that threatened to bankrupt trucking companies.

This is the problem. Even if a company wants to do better, they risk being run out of business by those who don't care. Market failure at its purest.

posted by francopoli: 702 days ago