Evolving Capacity Dynamics in a Volatile Marketplace
2020 has been a pretty crazy year. Toilet Paper shortages. Face masks. Murder Hornets. None of us could have possibly predicted what changes this year would bring.
And that includes the trucking industry. Experts were expecting to see a surplus of capacity in 2020 without enough freight to fill it. In true 2020 fashion, the opposite happened.
During our next Delivering Ideas webinar, on September 22 at 11:00 a.m. ET, President & CEO Eric Fuller and Chief Revenue Officer Justin Harness will be talking through all the shifts in the market that are causing these unexpected results.
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