Webinar Gives ATA Members Insight Into Economic Trends
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Free Recorded Download Available Through June for ATA Members Only
CLEVELAND--As a special, free offering to American Trucking Associations (ATA) members, a downloadable webinar is now available and aimed at giving a critical economic overview. It provides a closer look at the economy and factors influencing the transportation services industry. The webinar, originally conducted earlier this month, is sponsored by IDSC ExpertFuel from TMW Systems.
Featuring ATA Chief Economist and VP Bob Costello, the presentation covers long- and short-term economic outlooks as well as trucking supply issues, freight volumes and fuel price updates. Costello provides an overview of our current economic environment and what it means to companies in the transportation space. Costello is often cited in the news media as an expert on trucking economics, including the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, CNBC, FOX Business Channel, and National Public Radio. He has also testified at congressional hearings on trucking issues.
Sponsorship of this informative webinar was a natural fit, according to David McKinney, TMW vice president and assistant general manager. IDSC ExpertFuel is a business-class fuel purchase optimization solution designed to help truckload carriers control diesel fuel cost, improve long-haul fleet profitability and integrate with daily operations and dispatch including driver management.
ATA members are encouraged to take advantage of the webinar by visiting this link
TMW Systems is the leading provider of enterprise software to transportation and logistics companies. TMW's solutions address every aspect of for-hire and not-for-hire, asset and non-asset based operations. Customers include for-hire fleets, brokers, 3PLs and private fleets along with heavy-duty vehicle service centers. With offices in Cleveland, Dallas, Indianapolis, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Raleigh, and Vancouver, TMW currently serves more than 2,000 customers managing over 500,000 power units and maintaining more than 1.7 million assets worldwide, including North America, Europe, China and Latin America. For more information, visit http://www.tmwsystems.com or call (800) 401-6682.