Growing optimism in manufacturing as 49% plan to increase hiring in next six months
Manufacturing leaders are optimistic about their own businesses, with 81% feeling optimistic about their companies’ growth over the next six months.
in the NewsState of Logistics 2016: Pursue mutual benefit Making E-Commerce Logistics Work Cass Freight Index Report indicates the freight recession appears to be over FedEx’s Smith again leads push for twin 33s, truckload carriers again push back New legislation calls for key changes to be made to NAFTA More News
|Believe U.S. economy will improve||47%||49%|
|Believe U.S. economy will get worse||10%||5%|
|Very or somewhat optimistic about own business||79%||81%|
|Very or somewhat pessimistic about own business||21%||19%|
|Plan to increase staff||43%||49%|
|Plan to decrease staff||15%||13%|
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