In the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure, the United States scored a D+ average. Not exactly “hang-on-the-refrigerator” type grades. In a Tuesday presentation at NRF’s Global Supply Chain Summit, the society’s Brian T. Pallasch presented a somewhat grim portrait of the nation’s roads, railways, airports and other infrastructure. Although [...]
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