FTR to Hold State of Freight Webinar on Fleet Productivity Gains, Losses

CK Commercial Vehicle Research will conduct a State of Freight webinar on April 14 at 11 a.m. EDT to discuss insights from a fleet survey in March to determine where fleets are gaining and where they are losing productivity, and how both manufacturers and shippers can assist them in reaching their goals.

CK Commercial Vehicle Research will conduct a State of Freight webinar on April 14 at 11 a.m. EDT to discuss insights from a fleet survey in March to determine where fleets are gaining and where they are losing productivity, and how both manufacturers and shippers can assist them in reaching their goals.

Chris Kemmer, Consultant for CK Commercial Vehicle Research, will review productivity gains and losses over the last two to three years and what factors have affected it the most. She will also discuss productivity risks and opportunities in the next five years, as well as what technologies are most valued by fleets.

Chris commented, “For many fleets, growth plans must include the ability to do more with the number of trucks and drivers they have.  Technology and operational changes have been helping them do that with gains in productivity.  Some of those gains are offset by issues they have little control over such as shipper detention, emission-related downtime, etc.  The survey captured some of the best ways to gain productivity that may be useful to other fleets looking to maximize their current vehicle inventory.”

This is a thirty-minute webinar moderated by Eric Starks, CEO and Chairman of FTR.  Participant Q&A session will be held after the presentation.

Registration to attend is required prior to the webinar date and can be completed by clicking here: http://info.ftrintel.com/sofwebinars.
 

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