Q3 Coyote Curve Truckload Market Forecast: LTL, Truckload & the Post-COVID World

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Kait Parker | Sean Fahey | Greg Plemmons | Dave Bush

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As vaccination efforts ramp up — both in the U.S. and across the globe — people are resuming their normal consumption patterns. But many supply chains are far from back to normal. Uneven openings, start & stop demand, raw material shortages, shipping backlogs all add up to a chaotic shipping outlook over the next few quarters. More than most, small businesses are forced to ride the wave of volatility. But what can you do to better prepare? In this webinar we’ll update you on the current state of the truckload market, including spot on contract rates, where carrier supply is heading relative to demand, and dive deeper into the LTL carrier experience. Importantly, we’ll give you actionable next steps on how best prepare your shipping strategy for the next few months. Join Coyote’s truckload and LTL experts, plus an LTL carrier special guest, as they discuss trends and what smaller businesses can do to optimize their network, protecting cost & service. Presenters: Sean Fahey, SVP of Yield Management, Coyote Logistics Dave Bush, SVP of LTL Sales & Procurement, Coyote Logistics Kait Parker, VP of LTL Operations, Coyote Logistics Greg Plemmons, SVP of Sales, Old Dominion Freight Lines In this live webinar, you'll learn: - Spot & contract truckload rate performance - If the economic recovery is impacting carrier capacity - How COVID-19 is affecting LTL networks - Ways to control your Q3 transportation costs

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