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Analysis of the U.S. Bank 2022 Q2 Freight Payment Index Featuring Bobby Holland & Donovan Kirkland
Episode 94928th July 2022 • Supply Chain Now • Supply Chain Now
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In 2021, U.S. Bank processed $37 billion in freight payments for some of the world’s largest corporations and government agencies. Those payments and the data that accompanies them are analyzed quarterly by Bobby Holland, U.S. Bank vice president and director of Freight Data Solutions and his team. The FPI report includes quarter over quarter, year over year, and full-year data and analysis.

According to a summary of the Q2 results released by U.S. Bank, “Spending on truck freight was up 3.3% compared to the first quarter and 19.7% year-over-year […] The West and Southwest regions had the highest year-over-year spending increases at 30.2% and 29.7%, respectively.”  

In this interview, Bobby is joined by Donovan Kirkland with The Clorox Company to share the results of the Q2 2022 report with Supply Chain Now Co-hosts Greg White and Scott Luton, interpreting what they may mean for the economy and the shipping industry in the short and longer term.

• The changes in household spending, labor challenges, and fuel prices that are creating headwinds for the freight industry

• Some surprising data coming out of the Northeast region

• The “opportunism” that may be going on in the marketplace

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