October 27, 2021 - Commercial Carrier Journal
into the first quarter of 2022 and makes production planning difficult. Don Ake, FTR vice president of commercial vehicles, said he expects
October 22, 2021 - TruckingInfo.com
production throughout 2021 will, unfortunately, continue into 2022,” said Don Ake, FTR vice president of commercial vehicles. “Trailer OEMs
October 22, 2021 - Yahoo! Finance
to pick up containers more efficiently when the ports are less congested, said Todd Tranausky, vice president of rail and intermodal at FTR
October 21, 2021 - Transport Topics Online
It’s skewed by several large dry van fleets placing large orders,” said Don Ake, vice president of commercial vehicles at FTR. “If you took
October 21, 2021 - American Journal of Transportation
, but the relief is so incremental as to be of little value. Todd Tranausky, vice president of rail and intermodal at FTR, commented, “
October 20, 2021 - DC Velocity
, but according to another study from Truckstop.com and FTR Transportation Intelligence, that effect is smaller this year than most. As
October 19, 2021 - Supply Chain Management Review
imports, are helping keep demand high for trucking services.” Avery Vise, vice president of trucking for freight consultancy FTR, recently
October 19, 2021 - Refrigerated Transporter
still strongly favor carriers, and we have no real sign of an inflection on the horizon,” said Avery Vise, FTR’s vice president of trucking.
October 19, 2021 - Transport Dive
, there are no particular regional hot spots for dedicated, according to Avery Vise, FTR vice president of trucking. Instead, anywhere spot
October 18, 2021 - OEM Off-Highway
components for the truck manufacturers as ordering for 2022 progresses. Don Ake, Vice President of Commercial Vehicles for FTR, explains, "
October 18, 2021 - Refrigerated Transporter
FTR collaborates with Food Shippers of America to examine supply chain challenges, truck trends, driver issues, demand for refrigerated
October 15, 2021 - Canadian Trucking Alliance - CTA
rising, said Eric Starks, CEO of transportation forecasting firm FTR. FTR’s Todd Tranausky, vice president of rail and intermodal, said
October 15, 2021 - Commercial Carrier Journal
, and we have no real sign of an inflection on the horizon,” said Avery Vise, FTR’s vice president of trucking. “After healthy – though not
October 14, 2021 - FreightWaves
will be necessary to get freight rail on board, according to Todd Tranausky, a rail and intermodal consultant with FTR Transportation
October 14, 2021 - TruckingInfo.com
the third-largest increase in more than a decade, according to Avery Vise, trucking analyst for FTR. According to the Department of Energy,
October 13, 2021 - OEM Off-Highway
OEMs to accurately predict their build capabilities during the first quarter. FTR Don Ake, Vice President of Commercial Vehicles for FTR,
October 12, 2021 - Commercial Carrier Journal
Data from Truckstop.com and FTR Transportation Intelligence for the week ending Oct. 8 showed weaker volume than the prior week, but the
October 11, 2021 - Commercial Carrier Journal
“Re-shoring semiconductor capacity probably would have no meaningful impact on trucking,” said Avery Vise, vice president of trucking at FTR
October 07, 2021 - Truck Parts & Service
According to an August 2021 industry report from FTR Transportation Intelligence, active truck utilization has held firm at 99 percent or
October 06, 2021 - Overdrive Magazine
their investigation. Spot market supply/demand flat in the last week | The weekly update from FTR Transportation Intelligence and load
October 06, 2021 - Commercial Carrier Journal
Data from Truckstop.com and FTR Transportation Intelligence for the week ending Oct. 1 showed continued small increases in spot volume with
October 05, 2021 - TruckingInfo.com
complicated, bizarre situation that OEMs have never before encountered,” said Don Ake, vice president of commercial vehicles for FTR. “There
October 05, 2021 - Transport Topics Online
are expected to improve gradually, over an extended period,” said Don Ake, vice president of commercial vehicles at FTR. Want more news?
October 03, 2021 - Fleet Equipment
in July, but that improvement came off a low base,” noted Todd Tranausky, vice president of rail and intermodal at FTR. “Conditions are
October 01, 2021 - Overdrive Magazine
discussion, too, some of it germane to a data analysis Avery Vise recently conducted in his role at FTR Transportation Intelligence and that
September 29, 2021 - Mfame
slightly in July, but that improvement came off a low base,” Todd Tranausky, FTR’s vice president of rail and intermodal, said in a release
September 29, 2021 - RailwayAge Magazine
to future supply chain expectations.” “FTR Vice President Todd Tranausky discussed the current rail network. Excluding autos, retail
September 28, 2021 - TruckingInfo.com
Speaking during another webinar in FTR’s September online conference lineup, Avery Vise, FTR’s vice president of trucking, observed that in
September 28, 2021 - American Journal of Transportation
for it to improve into low negative territory heading into 2022. Todd Tranausky, vice president of rail and intermodal at FTR, commented
September 24, 2021 - Fleet Equipment
, we are finally seeing some movement toward more driver capacity,” said Avery Vise, FTR’s vice president of trucking. “The recovery in