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No relief: Global container shortage likely to last until 2022

Posted - May 3, 2021
Equipment lessors continue to see low inventories and extremely high prices. The world does not have enough containers in the right Read More

March Truck Tonnage Falls 9.5% Year-Over-Year

Posted - April 26, 2021
Truck tonnage in March declined on an annual and month-to-month basis, with year-ago comparisons that recall the first month that the Read More

Could container shipping rates stay this red-hot until 2022?

Posted - April 19, 2021
Asia-US ocean rates are now at or near all-time highs Container-shipping spot rates keep bouncing around at stratospheric heights — Read More

Retail sales pop in March along with freight demand

Posted - April 19, 2021
March sees 9.8% sequential jump in sales, Census Bureau reports Retail sales, including food services, increased 9.8% sequentially in Read More

Suez Canal still not back to normal — but it’s getting closer

Posted - April 9, 2021
Significant progress has been made in reducing the canal queue The Ever Given was freed on March 29. Five days later, the managing Read More

Transportation costs keep rising as service deteriorates

Posted - March 29, 2021
Carrier compliance levels drop below 75% while rates increase 6% in February Truckload carriers have continued to struggle to provide Read More

February Tonnage Takes Winter Weather Hit

Posted - March 26, 2021
Severe winter weather took a toll on truck tonnage in February, according to American Trucking Associations. The ATA For-Hire Truck Read More

US Economy, Trucking Industry Poised for Strong Recovery, Economists Predict

Posted - March 22, 2021
Economists predict the United States economy broadly and the trucking economy specifically are poised for a rocket-like recovery in the Read More

Port congestion? Maybe Houston is the alternative

Posted - March 22, 2021
Houston, Dallas, San Antonio market seeing demand for imports from Asia Port Houston is positioning itself as a viable option for Read More

Transportation capacity sees ‘accelerated contraction’ in February

Posted - March 8, 2021
A February survey of logistics executives showed growth in the supply chain is “increasing at an increasing rate.” The Logistics Read More