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Join ATA’s Bob Costello, Chief Economist & Senior Vice President, for an updated look at the economy and how current economic factors are affecting both the short-term and long-term outlook for the industry. Since his last webinar, economic uncertainty has increased due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Bob will provide his latest outlook considering the virus, any government or Federal Reserve response, and other economic trends. A question and answer session will follow.
Discussion Topics Include:
- Economic Outlook for 2020
- Impact of Coronavirus
- Truck Freight Volumes
- Trucking Supply Trends
THIS WEBINAR IS SPONSORED BY ACT 1
The Allied Committee for the Trucking Industry (ACT 1) is a group of leading industry suppliers dedicated to enhancing the business environment of the transportation industry. ACT 1's stated mission of providing business leaders with the opportunity to exchange ideas, forge new relationships and build a stronger, more successful industry through networking and social events at the top national industry meetings matches well with ATA's full slate of industry-leading meetings, conferences, and exhibitions. In addition to sponsoring this webinar, ACT 1 has had a long collaborative relationship with ATA in support of the trucking industry in North America.
ACT 1 is also the premier sponsor of several key ATA meetings. For more information about ACT 1 and its member companies, visit https://act1trucking.org/.
Note: A recording will be provided to all approved registrants post webinar even if you are not able to attend.
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