Report: Semiconductors Rerouted to Trucks with Rail Strike Imminent

Technology companies supplying semiconductor chips have started shifting cargo shipments from railroads to trucks with a national freight rail strike looming, according to a report from CNBC.

The moves are being made in an effort to avoid any pre-strike rail preparations that would force freight rail companies to prioritize cargo, the outlet said.

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