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Economic Growth Ahead at Trend Level, Says Economist at Aftermarket Event
Panel Talks Major Changes in the Trucking Aftermarket
HDAW Speaker Encourages Making Fans of Customers

HDAW Speaker Encourages Making Fans of Customers

“Customer service is transactional,” said Colin Gold, owner of Gold Level Hospitality, during Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week. “What you really want to do is create a fan culture.”

January 24, 2018

Trucking Economy Forecast Looks Good for 2018

Trucking Economy Forecast Looks Good for 2018

Truckable Economic Activity is expected to continue at its current pace, according to Dr. Bob Dieli, president and founder of RDLB Inc., speaking at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Dialogue in Las Vegas.

January 24, 2018

Fed Economist: 'All Sectors Have Room to Grow'

Fed Economist: 'All Sectors Have Room to Grow'

In the years following the recession, U.S. economic growth has been "so modest that no sector has been overheated,” said William Strauss, senior economist and economic adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago.

January 23, 2018

Weighing the Value of Private-Label Aftermarket Parts

Weighing the Value of Private-Label Aftermarket Parts

The further we get from the engine, the greater the likelihood that fleets will use private label parts, contended Stu MacKay, president of market-research firm MacKay & Co., during a talk at the recent Heavy Duty Aftermarket Dialogue event in Las Vegas.

January 31, 2017

MacKay: Emissions-Related Is Fastest-Growing Aftermarket Segment
Trucking Activity Looks Strong to Start 2017
Economic Outlook for 2017: More of the Same?

Economic Outlook for 2017: More of the Same?

The outlook for the U.S. economy is expansion at a pace around trend through 2019, according to Bill Strauss, senior economist and economic advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, speaking at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Dialogue.

January 24, 2017

Perry: Trucking Conditions Still Good, but Clouds on Horizon
Rising Demand for Aftermarket Parts and Service
Economist: Low Risk of U.S. Recession

Economist: Low Risk of U.S. Recession

The odds of a recession in the U.S. during the first three quarters are low, according to Bob Dieli, president and founder of RDLB, Inc.

January 27, 2016

Economic Outlook Shows Continued Slow Growth in 2016

LAS VEGAS -- The economy is expected to continue to expand at a pace slightly above trends for 2016, according to Bill Strauss, senior economist and economic advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Speaking in Las Vegas at Heavy Duty Aftermarket Dialogue Monday, Strauss talked about a number of factors affecting the economy and offered his thoughts on what we can expect for the year ahead.

January 25, 2016

Rail Freight Weakens But Intermodal Grows