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FTR Associates to host Chicago seminar

Jason Cannon April 10, 2013

FTR will host its inaugural State of Freight Summit on May 21-22, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Rosemont, Ill. 

The event will expand on the company’s highly successful webinar series and will provide a unique learning experience for those in the transportation industry, the company says.

FTR says the Summit will kick off with its State of Freight – Peak Shipping Season Insights. These sessions highlight topics including the economy, rail carload demand, trucking demand, and intermodal freight presented by respected FTR thought leaders, Noel Perry, Larry Gross, Eric Starks and Bill Witte, who will walk attendees through where the market is headed in the next six months. FTR says attendees will close the day in roundtable discussions with these and other FTR experts, giving valuable face time for discussing pressing issues.

Day two of the Summit involves an optional in-depth look at a particular transportation focus. FTR will present Closer Look: Rail – Energy’s Impact on Rail Equipment. It’s becoming clear that changing energy markets are having dramatic impacts which extend far beyond their core products. FTR has uniquely structured the Closer Look: Rail to mirror the petrochemical industry by dividing the sessions into three key segmentations: upstream, midstream and downstream. This will enable attendees to directly link the market developments in the petrochemical industry with the rail equipment supply chain trends. In addition to FTR’s experts, shippers and outside professionals will present to give attendees a more granular look at these dynamic and evolving markets.

To view agendas, speakers and more, please go to www.StateOfFreight.com. Attendees may register for day one only or for the full Summit (both days).

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