(CNS NEWS) – Because of supply chain problems with U.S. railways, the distribution of diesel, gasoline, and especially a diesel additive that limits emissions from highway trucks, could decline and cause prices for fuel to rise more than they have, and lead to shortages and higher prices for many consumer products delivered by 18-wheelers nationwide, said Pilot Flying J CEO Shameek Konar in testimony before the Surface Transportation Board.
“The current situation is untenable,” said Konar in his Apr. 27 testimony, which was largely ignored by the liberal media. Under the worst-case scenario, he added, it “would be an absolute catastrophe,” and “equal to removing 10% of the trucks from the road today.”
The Pilot Flying J company, which Konar oversees, serves about 70,000 truckers and one million other customers every day at its 750-plus travel centers, the largest number of travel centers in the U.S. Pilot is the 7th largest privately held company in the U.S. and employs 28,000 people.
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