Authors: Chris Demetroulis Kevin Woods


Over the last 10 years, the freight transportation industry in the US has undergone significant changes. These changes have been influenced by market forces and consumer preferences, leading to ongoing transformations and disruptions in how the industry operates. As a result, capacity strategies have been developed, and the industry has shown its ability to adapt to the changing times.

This whitepaper answers two questions:

  • Are disruption and transformation interconnected, and a driving force of change for the sector?
  • Is disruption a short-term driver, and what does it mean for the sector in the long term?

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