In this long, often slow and sometimes turbulent economic recovery, uncertainty has become the new certainty. The failure of so many forecasts — the great truck capacity crunch of 2015, 2016 or 2017, for example — reflects an era in which the norms of business, technology and the US economy are under stress and changing rapidly. The US emerged from a two-year soft patch in domestic freight demand and pricing this year, but what should shippers and service providers expect in 2018.
In this preview to the JOC Inland Distribution Conference on Nov. 6-8 in Atlanta, JOC Senior Editor for Domestic Transportation will examine the key drivers and trends that are defining the road ahead for the North American freight market.?
William Cassidy, Senior Editor, Trucking, JOC, Maritime & Trade IHS Markit
Thursday, October 12, 2017 - 14:00