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The long-running dispute between one of North America’s largest over land freight operators – JB Hunt – and US west coast intermodal operator BNSF looks set to cost the trucking firm some $134m, according to this report from FreightWaves. BNSF moves around 63% of JB Hunt’s intermodal volumes, which garners JB Hunt around $3.1bn in annual revenues, but the revenue split between the two companies has long been a contentious issue – the dispute originally began in September 2005.

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