Chicago (May 1, 2019) – With demand cycles constantly shifting in the U.S. truckload market, Coyote Logistics, a global third-party logistics leader (3PL), today announced its “Coyote Curve” forecast model has identified the volatile market’s next inflection point and urges shippers to take advantage of opportunities in Q2 2019.
The company’s Coyote Curve analyzes three concurrent cycles – seasonal demand, annual procurement and more elusive market capacity – to help supply chain managers identify recurring patterns that can lead to better informed supply chain and logistics decisions.
To remain competitive, companies must understand the forces that affect market shifts. The market is vast, fragmented and dynamic, and market capacity cycles are often only visible in the rearview. From the Coyote Curve, we know seemingly sudden market shifts are moves-in-the-making several quarters in advance, and by comparing current cycle data to historical data, it can help forecast the trajectory of the market.”
- Coyote Chief Strategy Officer Chris Pickett
During a May 2 webinar, Pickett will detail findings of the Q2 Coyote Curve, including:
- What dynamics – including seasonal demands, such as produce – move the market;
- How the Coyote Curve “reads” market data and indicators;
- Why the market is likely in its current state; and
- What to expect for the rest of 2019.
The Curve, as first featured in the May 2018 issue of The Journal of Supply Chain Management, accurately predicted the U.S. truckload market’s current deflationary environment, which left companies unprepared when tightening capacity peaked and began deflating late 2018.
Visit the Coyote Curve resource center for more information and to view an on-demand replay of the May 2 webinar.
ABOUT COYOTE LOGISTICS, LLC, A UPS COMPANY: Coyote Logistics is a leading global third-party logistics provider that combines a diverse, centralized transportation marketplace matching more than 10,000 shipments every day. Coyote offers a comprehensive multi-modal solutions portfolio—including truckload, less than truckload (LTL) and intermodal—with data intelligence and market insights to help empower our customers’ business growth in a rapidly changing world. Coyote became a UPS company in 2015, adding to our expanding portfolio of global services. Headquartered in Chicago, Coyote has more than 3,000 employees operating in 20 offices worldwide. For more information, please visit: www.coyote.com.
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