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State of Freight is a series of industry resources from FTR, the leader in market intelligence and forecasting for the North American freight transportation industry. FTR podcasts provide updates for the Trucking and Rail markets, as well as the broader economy. Each podcast includes a slide deck of graphs that can be used in presentations or for internal analysis. For show downloads and to signup for more State of Freight content, go to www.FTRintel.com/podcast.
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In this Rail Market Update: Labor Day holiday volumes decline to July 4th holiday levels in almost every category.Intermodal unlikely to see volumes rise further from present levels unless dynamics change significantly.The Rail Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Rail & Intermodal, Todd Tranausky. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the PDF of the presentation. Download the PDF: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/ru112Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this week’s Trucking Market Update we review a record-setting quarter for trucking revenues, a record-setting month for truckload pricing, and a record-setting week for spot rates in one of the key freight segments. Plus, we discuss another record for job openings in the economy and other measures that show just how tight the labor market is. The Trucking Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Trucking, Avery Vise. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the presentation. Download the PDF or PowerPoint: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/tu129Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this Rail Market Update: Volumes have in many cases not returned to pre-July 4th levels.Intermodal unlikely to see volumes rise further from present levels unless dynamics change significantly.The Rail Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Rail & Intermodal, Todd Tranausky. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the PDF of the presentation. Download the PDF: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/ru111Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this week’s Trucking Market Update digs into U.S. and trucking employment figures for August and into the number of new trucking companies authorized during the month and what impact the latter data likely has on interpreting the former. We also look at a record-breaking week in the spot market and at an expected move in diesel prices. The Trucking Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Trucking, Avery Vise. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the presentation. Download the PDF or PowerPoint: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/tu128Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this Rail Market Update: Volumes have in many cases not returned to pre-July 4th levels.Intermodal should face pressure from volumes and service needs through the peak season.The Rail Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Rail & Intermodal, Todd Tranausky. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the PDF of the presentation. Download the PDF: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/ru110Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this week’s Trucking Market Update we discuss a record-setting week for one trucking segment in the spot market and a welcome directional change for carriers in spot rates. We also address personal income and spending, orders for durable manufactured goods, retail inventories, sales of new homes, and international trade in goods. Plus, we touch on the big change coming regarding unemployment benefits. The Trucking Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Trucking, Avery Vise. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the presentation. Download the PDF or PowerPoint: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/tu127Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this Rail Market Update: Volumes have in many cases not returned to pre-July 4th levels.Intermodal should face pressure from volumes and service needs through the peak season.The Rail Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Rail & Intermodal, Todd Tranausky. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the PDF of the presentation. Download the PDF: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/ru109Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this week’s Trucking Market Update discusses strong July figures on industrial and manufacturing output and why they aren’t really quite as good as they sound. We also review a record-setting Q2 for the trucking industry and recap the latest data on retail sales, residential construction, home sales, the spot market for truck freight, diesel prices, and unemployment. The Trucking Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Trucking, Avery Vise. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the presentation. Download the PDF or PowerPoint: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/tu126Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this Rail Market Update: Volumes have in many cases not returned to pre-July 4th levels.Intermodal will face pressure from volumes and service needs through the peak season.The Rail Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Rail & Intermodal, Todd Tranausky. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the PDF of the presentation. Download the PDF: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/ru108Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this week’s Trucking Market Update we review data on job openings in the economy, and business formations in transportation and warehousing, and inflation at the consumer and producer level. We also recap the week in the spot market, diesel prices, and unemployment. The Trucking Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Trucking, Avery Vise. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the presentation. Download the PDF or PowerPoint: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/tu125Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this Rail Market Update: Volumes have in many cases not returned to pre-July 4th levels.Intermodal will face pressure from volumes and service needs through the peak season.The Rail Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Rail & Intermodal, Todd Tranausky. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the PDF of the presentation. Download the PDF: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/ru107Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this week’s Trucking Market Update delves into the outstanding jobs report for July. Plus, we look at a key indicator of the manufacturing sector, recap the latest week in the spot market for truck freight and discuss some developments in Congress and the Environmental Protection Agency relevant to trucking. The Trucking Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Trucking, Avery Vise. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the presentation. Download the PDF or PowerPoint: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/tu124Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this Rail Market Update: Volumes have in many cases not returned to pre-July 4th levels.Intermodal will face pressure from volumes and service needs through the peak season.The Rail Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Rail & Intermodal, Todd Tranausky. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the PDF of the presentation. Download the PDF: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/ru106Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this week’s Trucking Market Update dives into a host of key economic indicators related to consumer spending, manufacturing, inventories, and trade. Plus, we look at quarterly data on the Gross Domestic Product and weekly data on the spot market for truck freight, diesel prices, and the unemployment situation. And we review the number of new for-hire carriers authorized in July. The Trucking Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Trucking, Avery Vise. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the presentation. Download the PDF or PowerPoint: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/tu123Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this Rail Market Update: Volumes have in many cases not returned to pre-July 4th levels.Intermodal will face pressure from volumes and service needs through the peak season.The Rail Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Rail & Intermodal, Todd Tranausky. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the PDF of the presentation. Download the PDF: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/ru105Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this week’s Trucking Market Update is mostly about homes – how many are being built and how many are being sold. Plus, we look at the spot market for truck freight, diesel prices, and the unemployment situation. The Trucking Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Trucking, Avery Vise. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the presentation. Download the PDF or PowerPoint: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/tu122Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this Rail Market Update: Volumes did not bounce back as quickly as expected in some commodity groups.Intermodal could be pressured going forward by ramp and lane closures.The Rail Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Rail & Intermodal, Todd Tranausky. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the PDF of the presentation. Download the PDF: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/ru104Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this week’s Trucking Market Update we recap surprisingly week data in the spot market for truck freight and some rather encouraging developments in the fuel markets. Plus, we look at how production struggles in the automotive sector are casting a giant shadow in the areas of industrial production, manufacturing, retail sales, and inflation. The Trucking Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Trucking, Avery Vise. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the presentation. Download the PDF or PowerPoint: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/tu121Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this Rail Market Update: July 4th holiday pressures carload and intermodal weaker across the board.Volumes should bounce back quickly as there remains significant freight pressure in the system.The Rail Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Rail & Intermodal, Todd Tranausky. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the PDF of the presentation. Download the PDF: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/ru103Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
In this week’s Trucking Market Update we review job openings and sales in the wholesale sector. Plus, we recap the latest data on the spot market for truck freight, diesel prices, and unemployment benefits. The Trucking Market Update is hosted by FTR’s Vice President of Trucking, Avery Vise. As this information is presented, you are welcome to follow along and look at the graphs and indicators yourself by downloading the presentation. Download the PDF or PowerPoint: https://freight.ftrintel.com/podcast/tu120Support the show (http://www.FTRintel.com/podcast)
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