Trucking is in a growth period, but carriers need to keep an eye on the global economy and its potential impact on freight demand, executive says.
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FTR Associates consultant Noel Perry forecast freight growth in 2011 will average 4 percent, with some quarters hitting 7 percent.
Freight’s coming back. At the same time, new and proposed regulations threaten to drive thousands of drivers from the industry. As the recession winds down, many carriers could be hamstrung by a serious shortage of ...
The driver shortage could be close to 200,000 this year and could grow to about 400,000 in 2011 and 2012.
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