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

Cerasis

Freight Transportation Forecast to 2026. Take a look at some of the specifics of the Freight Forecast and how shippers may adapt to the coming increases. Vitals of the Freight Forecast. Some of the highlights of the Freight Forecast include a dramatic increase of 28.6 percent in freight volume within the next 11 years. US trucking freight will experience a slight decrease in total market share from 68.4 percent by 2026. million by 2026.

Worker Shortages and More Pose a Challenge to Freight Companies

Elementum

But issues surrounding labor and rising fuel prices pose real threats to the freight industry. Despite ramped-up recruiting efforts, this number is expected to triple by 2026. Technology Comes to the Aid of Freight Companies. truck drivers transportation freight truckingTransportation is one of the world's largest industries and deeply influences how efficiently global supply chains are able to run.

Worker Shortages and More Pose a Challenge to Freight Companies

Elementum

But issues surrounding labor and rising fuel prices pose real threats to the freight industry. Despite ramped-up recruiting efforts, this number is expected to triple by 2026. Technology Comes to the Aid of Freight Companies. truck drivers transportation freight truckingTransportation is one of the world's largest industries and deeply influences how efficiently global supply chains are able to run.

Transportation TIP List: Week of March 3rd, 2019

Transplace

Likewise, this week’s TIP List has a particularly bright outlook; including news on the growing freight business and the projected increase to the size of the global supply chain analytics market. billion by 2026, growing with 15.5% Transportation TIP List: Week of March 3 rd , 2019.

How Will Shippers Meet Growing Demand?

PLS Logistics

The American Trucking Association (ATA) recently released a freight transportation forecast, predicting growth through the year 2026. According to Forecast , overall freight tonnage will grow 25.5% from 2013 to 2025 and freight revenues will surge 72%. 3PL Optimization Shipping Transportation Spend

Driver Digest: The Impact of a Driver

Supply Chain Link

In the United States, drivers are responsible for moving 69% of total freight 1 and that amount of freight is expected to grow an additional 26% by 2026 2.

Who’s Moving Freight in the Next Generation?

3PL Insights

The sheer size of freight being carried around the country is expected to expand nearly 29 percent by 2026. The post Who’s Moving Freight in the Next Generation? In the upcoming years, the face of transportation and truck drivers will have transformed.

Shipping Hemp: Putting the “High” in Highway

Freight Center

billion by 2026 and strong hemp growing seasons ahead, there’s plenty of hemp that’ll need to get from point A to point B. Partnering with a freight broker like FreightCenter provides stability and peace of mind when shipping your niche products. Blog Freight Shipping Truckload ShippingOne of the joys of working in logistics is partnering with businesses across a variety of fascinating industries. There are all kinds of fun cargo in niche markets that needs to get hauled.

Hemp Hauling: A Whole New Adventure

Freight Center

billion by 2026 and strong hemp growing seasons ahead, there’s plenty of hemp that’ll need to get from point A to point B. Partnering with a freight broker like FreightCenter provides stability and peace of mind when shipping your niche products. Blog Freight Shipping Truckload ShippingOne of the joys of working in logistics is partnering with businesses across a variety of fascinating industries. There are all kinds of fun cargo in niche markets that needs to get hauled.

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Trucking Companies Are (Finally) Recruiting More Women

Elementum

If the trend continues, the ATA predicts the industry could fall short by 174,000 drivers by 2026. They’ve since been struggling to meet increasing demand for freight transport. The American Trucking Association estimates that trucking companies are short by as much as 45,000 drivers. In light of this shortage, pressure has been mounting on carriers to reach out to untapped workforce pools in order to close the gap and keep supply chains moving.

Addressing Labor Shortages in Warehouse and DC Operations

NC State SCRC

Freight rates are on the rise, and there are signs that the shortage are unlikely to abate. The American Trucking Association expect a shortage of roughly 70,000 truck drivers in 2019, which will increase to 175,000 by 2026. A group of executive joined SCRC faculty and staff for a one-day workshop held on February 28, 2019. Companies represented included Advanced Auto Parts, John Deere, Hanes Brands, UPS, FHI, Lenovo, GSK, Altria, and UNC Healthcare.

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Collaborative Logistics’ Role in the Emergence of the Physical Internet

Material Handling & Logistics

It may seem impossible today, but the physical Internet could be embedded into freight supply chains by 2050. Many already believe that freight exchange platforms, dedicated to maximizing payload efficiency and reducing empty miles, have a role to play in making this vision a reality.

Where Have The Drivers Gone?

AFFLINK

Not only does this exacerbate the shortage as there are fewer drivers hauling larger amounts of freight, but it also leads to massive supply chain issues like product shortages, extended delivery delays, and (ultimately) higher prices.

Looking Back at Previous Capacity Crunches & How Shippers Responded

Cerasis

Also, the driver short has continually grown worse for the last eight years, and it is expected to continue through 2026, asserts Iris Kuo of Trucks.com. Increased Freight Rates Can Tone Down Capacity Crunches. Freight consolidation is the ultimate solution to any capacity crunch.

The Future Is Now for Logistics

Material Handling & Logistics

But some Class 1 railroads, CSX in particular, are cutting back on intermodal service to favor more profitable freight. If things don't change, and we continue up this progression, by 2026, we will be at 170,000 drivers short. The capacity crunch and technology are reshaping ?the

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

Talking Logistics

We experienced a ‘freight recession,’ last year, which eased the pressure on the driver market,” [ATA Chief Economist] Bob Costello said. Now that freight volumes accelerating again, we should expect to see a significant tightening of the driver market.”.