Strong Freight Forecast Expected Thru 2026, What It Means for Shippers & 5 Things to Get Prepared

Cerasis

Freight Transportation Forecast to 2026. percent by 2026. This means the increased revenue by 2026 would amount to more than five percent of the total current US National Debt. million by 2026. The sheer amount of data from the Freight Forecast and its subsequent data analysis, such as the above-mentioned trucking expenses, give rise to anxiety over how shippers will meet this growing demand.

Truck Driver Shortage: Myth or Reality?

Talking Logistics

According to the American Trucking Associations, for example, there will be a shortage of 174,000 drivers by 2026 if current trends continue. The persistent issues localized in the [long-distance truckload] segment are not visible in the aggregate data and require a distinct analysis.

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The (Potential) Value of Labeling in the Lithium Ion Battery Supply Chain

The UCLA Anderson Global Supply Chain Blog

1] Electric vehicle driven demand for lithium-ion battery raw materials such as cobalt and copper is expected to increase 10x by 2026. [2]. As such, our cost savings estimate only focused on differences in recovered material value from the time period of 2026 to 2040.

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Why Taxing Automation is a Bad Idea

Talking Logistics

The ATA estimates the shortage could reach 50,000 by the end of 2017 and could even grow to 176,000 by 2026. This analysis is consistent with our research at Kenco Innovation Labs – automation is not about eliminating people.

The Expected Growth of Manufacturing Technology Investments!

Supply Chain Game Changer

The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently predicted manufacturing will be the only major occupational group that will experience a decline in the 10-year period from 2016 to 2026. Subscribe Here! Email Address. 4 Challenges in Starting and Sustaining a SIOP (S&OP) Business Process!

Truck Driver Shortage: Getting Better, Worse, or No Problem at All?

Talking Logistics

In the report, ATA projects the shortage to reach 50,000 by the end of 2017 and if current trends hold the shortage could grow to more than 174,000 by 2026. This past October, the American Trucking Associations warned that the trucking industry could be short 50,000 drivers by the end of 2017.

Time to Reimagine STEM Education from Bottom to Top

Enterra Insights

The Executive Summary of the American Institutes for Research “ STEM 2026 ” report states, “The complexities of today’s world require all people to be equipped with a new set of core knowledge and skills to solve difficult problems, gather and evaluate evidence, and make sense of information they receive from varied print and, increasingly, digital media.