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Download the Q2 2021 truckload market forecast slides, including insights from an upcoming research study on the driver shortage.
As climate change continues to impact global supply chains, more and more companies are getting serious in their approach to sustainability. But what exactly does that look like in practice? Coyote p
2020 has been the most tumultuous year across freight markets in recorded history. Supply chains have been upended, capacity and rates have whipsawed up and down, and shippers and carriers are trying
You don't need a degree in economics to be successful in logistics — but a basic understanding of the fundamentals will help any shipper or carrier set a better supply chain strategy. Learn from a tr
To summarize our 2020 outlook: inflationary, with a chance of recession. Learn more about why Coyote Curve projects truckload market rates to rise and its potential impact on business: https://resourc
Coyote Logistics combines three original research studies to provide insights into the unique challenges of European supply chain professionals. By combining technology and people to operational tasks
The Coyote Curve truckload market forecasting model has been accurate since it's release in 2018. View the full SlideShare presentation for more detais.
An infographic that breaks the U.S. truckload market and how understanding it can help improve future planning.
Coyote Logistics surveyed hundreds of shippers and carriers to determine the optimal balance between tech automation and human expertise.
The Coyote Curve, a proprietary forecasting model, helps to predict the future of the U.S. truckload market, including how seasonal surges related to hurricane season and Peak holiday season can impac
The U.S. truckload market is vast and fragmented, making it hard to predict. The Coyote Curve is a proprietary forecasting model that detects patterns, making it easier to project its ups and downs. L