Here at Alexander, Winton & Associates, we are all about transportation collections, in addition to our other measures that help bring accountability back into our industry, such as our Identity Theft Tool, Broker Alert, and other resources that you can benefit from. Every now and then, here on our blog, we like to discuss any and all things related to the trucking and transportation industry – to keep our visitors up-to-date! Today, we’re taking a look at the past year, 2022, and how it looked for the trucking industry. If that sounds interesting, keep reading below, or for more information about us here at AWA, get in touch with our team today! Call or submit a contact form on our website.
The Year in Review
The second year from the start of the COVID-19 Pandemic, 2022 was a demanding, yet promising time for the trucking and transportation industry. While supply chain issues and shortages in the workforce caused significant issues, there are also a number of positive takeaways that can be made. According to Logistics Management, loaded container imports rose 5% in the first eight months of 2022, an improvement in comparison to the same period last year and a 34% increase from 2020. In addition to this, Logistics Management also pointed out that since inventories reached major heights during the pandemic, many companies now find themselves with a surplus of products. Overall, the year 2022 was a precarious one for the industry with its fair share of problems, but now we are left to look ahead to 2023 and the possibilities that come along with it!
Choose AWA for Your Transportation Collection Needs!
AWA operates on a contingency fee basis, meaning, if we cannot collect, you owe us nothing. If you have unpaid freight invoices and are not sure what to do next, call 662-892-8591 to speak with one of AWA’s client specialists today or Place a Direct Claim Today! For more information on our agency practices and methods, view our AWA Collection Process.