FTR is the industry source for Transportation Intelligence. From freight demand to system capacity to equipment production, FTR adds over 270 years of industry experience into business decision-making. Our subscribers rely on FTR’s freight forecasting trends for improved forecasting in shipping, trucking, rail, intermodal, equipment, and financial communities.
FTRs thought leaders provide top-tier industry analysis for freight forecasting with a total transportation approach. FTR combines a deep understanding of freight demand and the underlying economic fundamentals by tracking more than 13 million data points each month, with historical and modal-specific insights. With a pure focus on the U.S. and North American transportation systems, FTR provides unbiased perspectives and expectations for the future.
We offer an in-depth coverage of freight commodities and freight transportation markets that provides our subscribers a broad perspective and context. FTR’s freight forecasting reports are easy to read, and they use methodology that inspires confidence. There is a growing need to better understand how the economy impacts freight, and our freight reports help you manage risk and improve your forecasting.
There is a growing demand to better understand how the economy impacts freight, driver labor, and truck capacity. The Trucking Update is your monthly source for independent analysis. FTR's unique measurement of truck freight gives you a complete overview of the U.S. truck market, and it focuses on near-term freight volumes, truck utilization, pricing, and trucker economics. This trucking report will help experienced managers evaluate today's truckload market.
Commercial Vehicle Reports
Manufacturers need to understand how the economy impacts freight and capacity. FTR’s Truck & Trailer Outlook provides freight and equipment demand forecast for the North American commercial vehicle market, including Class 8 Truck, Trailer & Medium Duty (Classes 4-7). This commercial vehicle report has expanded coverage of transportation and logistic issues, freight segmentation, commodity analysis, modal analysis, truck productivity, and capacity utilization.
Successful shippers need to know what to expect, and they should also know when to adjust their strategies. The need to understand the overall transportation environment is becoming a necessity, but it is also a daunting task. The FTR Shippers Update is a monthly report providing essential information on North American freight, including freight volumes, capacity situation, transport costs, shippers conditions, and additional information on truck and rail capacity utilization
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