Special Presentation: The New Normal for Freight Transportation

Wednesday, December 15th @ 3PM Eastern

HOLLYWOOD, FL – Join GAWDA and the Association Education Alliance (aea) on Wednesday, December 15th at 3PM Eastern for a special presentation focusing on how the trillion-dollar US Freight Transportation Marketplace impacts the Global Supply Chain, the US Economy and US consumer

Delivered by Truckstop.com, the presentation will also outline the leading indicators of how the US Economy will grow out of the unprecedented “pandemic” year and what the new normal will most likely look like for participants in the greater supply chain. We will help you to understand how the North American freight transportation data can help you plan for, budget and adjust your business to survive and thrive as the US Market adapts.

Registration is available here.

 Meet the Presenters:

Brent Hutto
Chief Relationship Officer, Truckstop.com
Brent joined Truckstop.com eight years ago and currently serves as the Chief Relationship Officer which includes ensuring the health of all of Truckstop.com’s external relationships with hundreds of transportation technology companies. In his 23 years in the transportation and logistics industry, he has developed specific experience with carriers, brokers, shippers, industry suppliers, technology leaders, media companies, and financial firms.

Noel Perry
Principle, Transport Futures; Chief Economist, Truckstop.com

Noel is a Principle at Transport Futures and Chief Economist at Truckstop.com and TIA. Noel consults on all matters of the freight transport within North America, with special emphasis on truckload, rail, intermodal and domestic water markets.

Don’t miss this great educational opportunity.

Click here to register today.

This webinar is provided at no charge for GAWDA Members.  Please contact Andrea Levy, Director, Member Services & Programs, at alevy@gawda.org for additional information or assistance with your registration.


For over 75 years, the Gases and Welding Distributors Association (GAWDA) has been dedicated to promoting the safe operation and economic vitality of distributors of industrial gases and related welding equipment supplies. Through its GAWDA Gives Back campaign, association members have donated almost $2 million over the last 17 years to 23 different charitable organizations in 14 communities across the U.S. Since 2013, GAWDA and its members also have provided scholarships totaling $226,000 to 113 young people interested in studies leading to careers in the industry. For more information, visit the association’s website at www.gawda.org.