July 28, 2021 - Commercial Carrier Journal
would be that there will be more freight to haul.” FTR Transportation Intelligence Vice President Avery Vise said that the virus is proving
July 27, 2021 - Truck News
market has not changed for shippers, and remains extremely challenging. Todd Tranausky, vice-president of rail and intermodal at FTR, said,
July 22, 2021 - Overdrive Magazine
” Truckstop.com and FTR Transportation Intelligence charted a decline last week in both dry and reefer volume on the spot market as further
July 20, 2021 - Supply Chain Management Review
. During this podcast, Todd Tranausky, FTR Transportation Intelligence Vice President of Rail and Intermodal and Logistics Management Group
July 20, 2021 - Commercial Carrier Journal
heavily weights contract freight as opposed to spot market freight, but data from Truckstop.com and FTR Transportation Intelligence for
July 15, 2021 - TruckingInfo.com
in small new trucking operations, which has added to market disruptions.” Due to high diesel prices and truck insurance costs, Vise says FTR
July 14, 2021 - Commercial Carrier Journal
trucking industry to historically high rates and tight capacity comprised FTR Transportation Intelligence's webinar on Thursday last week.
July 14, 2021 - Commercial Carrier Journal
Exchange on Aug. 2. Data from Truckstop.com and FTR Transportation Intelligence for the week ending July 9 mostly reflect the fact that the
July 09, 2021 - FreightWaves
elevated, FTR said. “There’s not a whole lot of relief” ahead for truckload rates, Vise said during the webinar. For shippers and carriers,
July 08, 2021 - Supply Chain 24/7
Capital ; Avery Vise , vice president of trucking for FTR Transportation Intelligence ; Garrett Holland , senior research analyst for
July 08, 2021 - Truck News
FTR gave a market update July 8, which painted a bright immediate future for trucking. Avery Vise, FTR’s vice-president – trucking, noted
July 06, 2021 - TruckingInfo.com
In June, North American Class 8 orders were 26,700 units, up 13% from May, FTR reported. With 2021 truck order backlogs filled, and 2022
July 06, 2021 - Fleet Equipment Magazine
year, and what’s on the horizon for 2022? I spoke Don Ake, vice president of commercial vehicles for FTR, to find out how they’re seeing the
June 29, 2021 - Logistics Management
was recently issued by freight transportation consultancy FTR, rebounded somewhat while still remaining in the red. FTR describes the SCI
June 25, 2021 - Fleet Equipment Magazine
year, and what’s on the horizon for 2022? I spoke Don Ake, vice president of commercial vehicles for FTR, to find out how they’re seeing the
June 23, 2021 - TruckingInfo.com
of strong freight growth. Still, this data doesn’t contradict a link between unemployment benefits and driver employment. However, FTR is
June 23, 2021 - Truck News
as utilization, rates, and overall transportation capacity remain tight,” said Todd Tranausky, vice-president, rail and intermodal with FTR.
June 21, 2021 - TruckingInfo.com
the “new normal,'” FTR officials said in a press release. “Attendees to the FTR Annual Transportation Conference will benefit from the
June 20, 2021 - Commercial Carrier Journal
." May's weak order activity, according to FTR Vice President of Commercial Vehicles Don Ake, reflects that OEMs are essentially booked for
June 16, 2021 - Fleet Equipment Magazine
full, but the bucket in 2022 is essentially empty,” said Don Ake, FTR vice president of commercial vehicles. “We expect abnormally low
June 11, 2021 - Overdrive Magazine
-lived, but FTR expects solid freight demand coupled with high-capacity utilization and robust freight rates to keep trucking conditions
June 10, 2021 - TruckingInfo.com
costs was short-lived, but FTR expects solid freight demand coupled with high-capacity utilization and robust freight rates to keep the TCI
June 10, 2021 - Fleet Owner
short-lived, but FTR Intel expects solid freight demand well into 2022. “We have yet to see signs that the driver capacity situation is
June 04, 2021 - Supply Chain 24/7
among others. Vise is vice president of trucking for FTR Transportation Intelligence, a forecasting and data analysis firm specializing in
June 04, 2021 - Fleet Owner
for the previous 12 months. While Class 8 orders have been on a torrid pace for the past eight months, FTR Intel urges that the May
June 04, 2021 - OEM Off-Highway
not yet booking order slots for 2022. FTR Don Ake, Vice President of Commercial Vehicles for FTR, commented in FTR's press release, “Most
June 02, 2021 - FreightWaves
in North America, according to rail experts with consulting firm FTR Transportation Intelligence. “The rail equipment market is only just
June 01, 2021 - Go By Truck Global News
added Avery Vise, vice president of trucking research at FTR Transportation Intelligence, told TT. “The fourth quarter of last year trucking
May 28, 2021 - RailwayAge Magazine
FTR Transportation Intelligence Chairman and CEO Eric Starks and Vice President Rail and Intermodal Todd Tranausky recently hosted an
May 28, 2021 - Overdrive Magazine
.” Terrazas noted that hot freight cycles tend to cool as fleets increase their capacity, and industry consulting groups FTR and ACT report