The Daily Dash is a quick look at what is happening in the freight ecosystem. In today’s edition, the CEO of flatbed operator Daseke has resigned and new board members have been named. Plus, a legal dispute between technology providers project44 and FourKites is heading to court and supply chain growth remains positive, but for the first time in four months, it has trended downward.
The CEO of flatbed truckload operator Daseke has resigned amid a shakeup that includes new board members.
Todd Maiden has more on the changes: Shake-up at Daseke will bring new CEO, board changes
A legal dispute between two leading freight visibility solution providers, project44 and FourKites, is poised to move forward after a judge refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by project44.
John Paul Hampstead has the details: Project44 sues FourKites for defamation over alleged false emails to board
Key indexes are suggesting supply chain growth has slowed in several areas from recent highs. While the Logistics Managers’ Index is still in growth mode, it is the lowest reading in four months.
Todd Maiden digs into the findings: Transportation capacity loosens modestly in December, rates remain elevated
In search for Bison
Bison Transport, one of Canada’s largest trucking and logistics companies, has been acquired by James Richardson & Sons, a large Canadian agricultural and industrial conglomerate.
Nate Tabak details the sale: Canada trucking giant Bison acquired by James Richardson & Sons
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Deutsche Bank’s Amit Mehrotra has written outlook reports for the trucking sector for nearly 20 years. Never has one been as bullish as his report for 2021.
Todd Maiden talks with Mehrotra on why that is: Q&A: Deutsche Bank’s Mehrotra still bullish on trucking in 2021
Hammer down, everyone,