IRVING, TEXAS – A recent survey by GE Capital Fleet Services found that transportation company chief financial officers (CFOs) across the U.S. see more business opportunities despite rising costs and regulatory challenges. GE Capital conducted a survey of approximately 500 chief financial officers of mid-market companies in seven industries across the U.S., including transportation, in first quarter 2012. The company asked the chief financial officers it surveyed about their current views on economic conditions in the U.S., commercial credit and lending conditions, business and energy costs, and other operational issues.

Work Truck magazine wanted to find out what factors are driving these concerns and spoke with GE Capital’s Dan Clark, president and general manager of its Transportation Financial Services group, and John Conkin Sr. VP of sales for the same group, to find out.

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