May 13, 2022 - Transport Topics
is going to delay some components that are needed to make trailers,” said Don Ake, vice president of commercial vehicles at FTR. “So,” he
May 10, 2022 - Overdrive Magazine
. Spot market rates, meanwhile, on average across segments lost some steam in the same week, according to FTR Transportation Intelligence
May 09, 2022 - Arkansas Business
, the overall freight market is somewhat complicated,” said Avery Vise, a trucking analyst at FTR Transportation Intelligence of Bloomington
May 04, 2022 - Commercial Carrier Journal
totaled 280,000 units over the last 12 months, according to FTR, and Charles Roth, FTR's commercial vehicles analyst, noted that April’s
May 04, 2022 - Transport Topics
orders at 15,400. Starks Order taking is in a holding pattern, Jonathan Starks, chief intelligence officer at FTR, told TT. “Truck makers
May 03, 2022 - TruckingInfo.com
first two days of FTR's 18th Annual Transportation Conference will feature truck equipment- and truck freight-related tracks. FTR opened
May 03, 2022 - Overdrive Magazine
. Relative to the longer term, growth remains intact." Don Ake, FTR Transportation Intelligence's vice president of commercial vehicles,
May 02, 2022 - Supply Chain Management Review
have soared as well. “Availability of equipment is a big factor,” says Avery Vise, trucking analyst for research firm FTR. “A three-year-
May 01, 2022 - The Trucker
Transportation Research (FTR) Associates’ Vice President of Commercial Vehicles Don Ake. The global supply chain crisis and two fires in
April 28, 2022 - Commercial Carrier Journal
to formalize commitments that are already under discussion and negotiation.” Don Ake, FTR's vice president of commercial vehicles noted
April 27, 2022 - Commercial Carrier Journal
Fleets have been waiting to get enough new equipment for over a year, noted Don Ake, FTR's vice president of commercial vehicles. "To cancel
April 27, 2022 - Overdrive Magazine
by 8%, according to the most recent spot market activity report from the board and FTR Transportation Intelligence. At once, volume,
April 27, 2022 - Furniture Today
are pretty much over,” Avery Vise, a trucking analyst at FTR Transportation Intelligence, told The Wall Street Journal. “It’s a question of
April 26, 2022 - save-thelostcity
market and away from the spot market. Manufacturing output is the strongest since August 2008. Source: FTR Freight associated with the
April 25, 2022 - Packaging Impressions
Ryan Fox, Corrugated Market Analyst, Green Markets, A Bloomberg Company; and Avery Vise, VP Trucking, FTR. Of the Meeting, Marino remarked,
April 21, 2022 - DC Velocity
Tony Hatch, ABH Consulting • Eric Monger, Vice President, KBX Rail • Eric Starks, Chairman & CEO, FTR • Lorie Tekorius, President & CEO,
April 21, 2022 - Fluid Power Journal
meetings. Scheduled speakers include Alan Beaulieu of ITR Economics, Eric Starks of FTR Transportation Intelligence, Donna Ritson of DDR
April 21, 2022 - GeekWire
market,” said Avery Vise, vice president of trucking at FTR Transportation Intelligence . That caused an uptick in the number of smaller
April 20, 2022 - Commercial Carrier Journal
Data from Truckstop.com and FTR Transportation Intelligence for the week ending April 15 show that the dry van segment saw its largest
April 20, 2022 - Truck News
fuel prices are likely to remain high,” said FTR vice-president of rail and intermodal Todd Tranausky. “This will put significant downward
April 18, 2022 - Commercial Carrier Journal
more variable from month to month and from segment to segment,” said Avery Vise, FTR’s vice president of trucking. “Uncertainty is high on
April 14, 2022 - TruckingInfo.com
later this year. “This is great news for the trailer market,” said Don Ake, FTR vice president of commercial vehicles. “Most of the big OEMs
April 14, 2022 - PYMNTS.com
the days of expecting rate increases are pretty much over,” Avery Vise , a trucking analyst at FTR Transportation Intelligence, told The
April 13, 2022 - Commercial Carrier Journal
$3.13 a mile. With truck postings rising significantly, the FTR Transportation Intelligence Market Demand Index fell to 104.4, which is its
April 11, 2022 - Transport Topics
keeps growing, so fleets are in desperate need of new trailers,” said Don Ake, vice president of commercial vehicles at FTR. “Trailer builds
April 08, 2022 - Overdrive Magazine
and fitful recessions. The word recession undoubtedly stokes fear, and Eric Starks, CEO and Chairman of FTR Transportation Intelligence,
April 05, 2022 - Railway Age
part of the new car equation. Eric Starks, FTR Transportation Intelligence, highlighted the ongoing and sustained demand for trucking while
April 05, 2022 - Truck News
the industry in 2021.” FTR, meanwhile, reported preliminary North American Class 8 net orders of 21,500 units. Don Ake, vice-president of
April 05, 2022 - Railway Age
recently seen last in independent analysis shared in FTR presentations by Eric Starks and Todd Tranausky. There is no comforting view with a
April 01, 2022 - Logistics Management
have soared as well. “Availability of equipment is a big factor,” says Avery Vise, trucking analyst for research firm FTR. “A three-year-