The hangover after the tariff-front-run boom last year.
US-China trade war, falling business confidence, slowdown in China, German exports, and new: the temporary shutdown of Hong Kong’s airport, the largest cargo hub in the world.
“Fleets are nervous. The latest manufacturing and construction numbers are concerning. The trade issue with China looms.”
And these are still the good times, with growing passenger traffic.
Rescue deal fell through at the last moment. China’s Fosun and other shareholders are toast. Creditors get to fight over the debris.
What US Freight Shipments and Pricing Say About the Slowdown.
Here’s why — and how that’s impacting truck makers.
The curse of pushing volume by selling tickets below cost became an even bigger curse with the peso massacre.
For Trucking and Railroads, it’s Hangover Time.
Navistar confirms next phase in Transportation Recession.