It was a time of rapid economic growth and a new breed of industrial company.

In addition to providing essential materials to the burgeoning American economy, the companies also created jobs and boosted profits.

In the 1970s, American logistics companies had a turnover of $1.8 trillion and their revenue rose to $4.6 trillion.

But in the past decade, American business is now facing a looming shortage of new and innovative materials.

And that shortage is making it hard to make a living.

A shortage that is costing the American trucking industry hundreds of millions of dollars in lost revenue each year.

American truckers are facing the most dire situation of any industry.

According to the United States Department of Transportation, it is the third-largest importer of goods and services in the world, after China and Japan.

In 2016, American truck drivers received more than $4 billion in disability payments, which is a record for the sector.

That’s according to the American Trucking Associations trade group.

They say that the industry faces an “urgent need” to reduce its dependence on the cheap materials used in the American economy.

“The American economy is not going to survive without these commodities,” says Kevin Miller, vice president of policy at the American Association of State Trucking Officials.

“They are essential to our economic survival, our ability to meet our customers, and our ability as an industry to provide jobs.”

In addition, the American industry relies on a diverse set of products, from plastics to iron, steel and coal.

“This is a tough time for truckers in the United Sates, especially in terms of our demand for new products,” says Steve Pomeranz, president of the American Council of Trucking Executives.

“We are really struggling right now.

We are going to be in trouble.”

In an interview with NBC News, the industry’s biggest trade group said that the shortage is especially difficult because of the rapidly changing nature of the U.S. economy.

In an increasingly connected world, trucks are increasingly used in many different areas.

“A lot of our suppliers are using our materials and our processes in new and different ways,” says John A. Buehler, president and CEO of the National Association of Independent Trucking Companies.

“So we’re going to have to re-examine the way we supply our products, and how we make our products.”

The American Truckers Association says that the lack of new materials, along with the shortage of skilled truck drivers, has put a strain on the industry.

“In a world where the demand for a new truck can be so much higher than the supply, it’s going to take a long time for all these supply chains to work properly,” says Miller.

The National Association says it will take at least four years to fully recover from the shortage. “

That’s going be an issue, because it’s really difficult for us to make that happen,” he adds.

The National Association says it will take at least four years to fully recover from the shortage.

“What we’re trying to do is rebuild the business and get it back to the way it was before this crisis, but it’s a process that’s going on for years,” says Pomeranza.

And for trucking, it will be another decade before the industry can make up for lost productivity and profits.

But for truck drivers and other trucking workers, there’s little relief.

For the first time in nearly two decades, truck drivers will not be paid overtime.

Instead, they will earn a percentage of their regular earnings, but will not get paid overtime wages or benefits.

“I think that’s the most important part of this,” says Buehl.

“You’re not going back to work until you’re able to get paid a little bit of overtime, and then you can start getting back to doing the jobs that you’re supposed to be doing.”

A shortage of materials has put the American transport industry at a disadvantage in a global economy where foreign companies are trying to make up lost ground.

But there is hope for truck driving in the future.

As trucking becomes more efficient, and as American truck owners invest in equipment and train their drivers, American companies are poised to rebound.

“If you look at what happened with the last recession, the biggest problem was the cost of living,” says Alyssa C. Covington, a labor economist at the Brookings Institution.

“And that’s why I think it’s such a positive development that there is such a surge in demand for the new materials and processes.””

When we look at the way the world is moving, there is a great opportunity for our industry,” says Covingson.

“And that’s why I think it’s such a positive development that there is such a surge in demand for the new materials and processes.”