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FTR's Trucking Outlook: What the Numbers Say About Freight, Rates, and Drivers

Economic growth and freight rates are expected to remain solid well into 2022, according to transportation analysis firm FTR, but the struggle to find...

https://www.truckinginfo.com/10150820/ftrs-trucking-outlook-what-the-numbers-say-about-freight-rates-and-drivers
Categories: Fleet Management
Economic Recovery: Alphabet Soup or Tennis Ball Bounce? [Commentary]

The global shutdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic continue to wreak havoc in economic forecasting.

https://www.truckinginfo.com/10120443/economy-recovery-alphabet-soup-or-tennis-ball-bounce
Categories: Fleet Management
Where are we headed in 2020? [Commentary]

For the third time this year, the economy seems to be doing better than trucking markets.

https://www.truckinginfo.com/347799/where-are-we-headed-in-2020-commentary
Categories: Fleet Management, Technology
New Year to Bring Challenges for Trucking Industry

The new year will be a tough one for the trucking industry, according to Steve Tam, vice president of research for ACT Research.

https://www.truckinginfo.com/347371/new-year-to-bring-challenges-for-trucking-industry
Categories: Fleet Management
Commentary: What Economic Indicators Tell Us About Shifting Freight Trends

Recent reports on freight movements, shipper spending and even the spot market can be downright confusing if you’re trying to figure what’s happening to the...

https://www.truckinginfo.com/156494/commentary-what-economic-indicators-tell-us-about-shifting-freight-trends
Categories: Fleet Management

A month of financial turmoil has turned the economic forecast gloomy. Truckers will need good management to survive recession and the credit crisis.

https://www.truckinginfo.com/153203/credit-crunch-surviving-the-storm-1


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