Key Issues in Transportation
This State of Freight™ webinar sets the stage for the second half of 2020 and beyond for freight transportation. This year has been unprecedented, and many unknown factors remain concerning the economy and, ultimately, the freight markets. Watch the video embedded below as the FTR Experts discuss some of the most consequential issues and how various outcomes could affect shippers, carriers, and brokers.
Presenters: Eric Starks, Avery Vise & Todd Tranausky | Moderator: Jonathan Starks
This webinar examines:
- What the recovery from COVID-19 looks like for the freight markets.
- Whether there will be capacity issues in truck or rail as the economy recovers.
- The state of rail service and whether it can be sustained as volumes rebound.
This webinar aired on July 9th, 2020
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During the webinar, we ran short on time before answering all of your questions so the panel of experts recorded an additional podcast to answer the additional question. If your question didn't get answered or you want to know what questions your industry peers are asking, listen to this extended Q&A session on the State of Freight Podcast below, or through your device of choice anywhere you can listen to podcasts.
“As the economy recovers, the July State of Freight webinar examines what that recovery means for the transportation market. A lot of uncertainty remains related to COVID-19 and the U.S. political situation, but we will try to put some bands around how we see things progressing and what the risk factors are for transportation in the months ahead.”
VP of Rail and Intermodal
“Recovery from the contraction in March and April has been encouraging, but it is unclear how sustained the improvement will be, especially after generous unemployment benefits end and businesses exhaust their Paycheck Protection Program funds. Our goal with this webinar is to isolate the key dynamics related to freight transportation and understand the progress toward a stable environment.”
VP of Trucking