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Trucking Markets: Rejections higher, rates down 1% before Thanksgiving

Posted - November 17, 2020
The national outbound tender rejection rate has climbed higher for three days in a row to reach 26.45% Monday. Capacity tightened across Read More

Containers are ‘the new gold’ amid ‘black swan’ box squeeze

Posted - November 12, 2020
Trans-Pacific eastbound cargo could be capped by container capacity limits “It seems like containers are the new gold these days,” Read More

ATRI: Driver shortage again tops trucking industry’s critical issues

Posted - November 2, 2020
For the fourth consecutive year, a shortage of drivers topped the Critical Issues in the Trucking Industry survey conducted by the Read More

Ports Report Strong September as Retailers Restock

Posted - October 26, 2020
Just months after cargo volumes plunged amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the nation’s ports are staging a comeback as falling product Read More

DAT Truckload Volume Index posts strong September gains

Posted - October 23, 2020
The September edition of the DAT Truckload Volume Index, which was issued this week by DAT Freight & analytics, an online Read More

U.S. Supply Chain Managers Should Expect Higher Ocean Contract Rates in 2021, Says Drewry

Posted - October 20, 2020
As we move closer to the end of the year, Drewry reaffirms its view that manufacturers and retailers should expect ocean contract Read More

Carriers purchasing trailers over tractors during booming freight market

Posted - October 19, 2020
Chart of the Week: Outbound Tender Rejection Index – USA, ACT Research Dry Van Trailer Orders, Class 8 Vehicle Orders SONAR: OTRI.USA, Read More

Trucking Industry Economy Outpaces US Economy as Capacity Tightens

Posted - October 16, 2020
Trucking is providing one of the few bright spots to the flagging U.S. economy as tight capacity and a driver shortage push contract Read More

‘Untraditional peak’ a good thing at Port of New York/New Jersey

Posted - October 16, 2020
Cargo windfall welcomed after dismal days at height of pandemic The Port of New York and New Jersey expects container volumes that have Read More

Transportation capacity hits new lows, ‘no relief in sight’ for pricing

Posted - October 8, 2020
A September supply chain survey shows transportation capacity has reached new lows. The Logistics Managers’ Index (LMI), a survey of Read More