The Economic Outlook for Trucking in 2016 [Podcast]

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What’s the economic outlook for the trucking industry in 2016?

Listen to Bob Costello, Chief Economist at the American Trucking Associations as he reviews the top trends that will impact freight volume.

Continued growth will be driven by the consumer, the housing market and the clearing of excess inventories in the supply chain.

Additional factors influencing freight volume are fracking and a slow rise in interest rates which will help stimulate economic growth.

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The Economic Outlook for Trucking in 2016
By: Bob Costello, Chief Economist of the ATA
Length: 4:33

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