January 13, 2015 - Industry News
The latest industry survey by the consultancy group Transport Capital Partners sees a shortage of capacity and lack of qualified drivers changing the dynamics of freight, with trends in capacity and rates also contributing to a decline in broker freight.
Tags: Research, Hours of Service, Fleets, Capacity, Brokers, Transport Capital Partners, 34-Hour Restart
January 6, 2015 - Industry News
A shortage of experienced drivers means carriers are hesitant to increase capacity, despite rising carrier costs and rates, according to the quarterly Transport Capital Partners Survey. Expect increases in driver wages this year as a result.
Tags: Survey, Driver Shortage, Transport Capital Partners, Driver Pay
December 16, 2014 - Industry News
A recent survey from Transport Capital Partners took a simple approach to assessing respondents’ industry outlook by simply asking: Is trucking starting to be fun again?
Tags: Survey, TCP, Transport Capital Partners
March 31, 2014 - Industry News
Newly published results from a survey conducted by the trucking consultancy group Transport Capital Partners show increased optimism among trucking executives when it comes to higher freight rates and volumes.
Tags: Transport Capital Partners, Freight Rates, Freight Volume, Fleet Executives
June 27, 2013 - Industry News
An expectation of capacity tightening comes as carriers report how they will respond to new HOS regulations taking effect on July 1. The way their shippers work to minimize the impact of these changes will also affect this lowering utilization.
Tags: Hours of Service, HOS, Transport Capital Partners
June 21, 2013 - Industry News
A new Transport Capital Partners survey shows better expectations among trucking company executives when it comes to rates and freight volume. TCP says this breaks a three-year trend of lowering expectations for volume growth in the second quarter. More carriers expect volumes for the second quarter to hold steady.
Tags: Transport Capital Partners, Freight Rates, Freight Volume
March 27, 2013 - Industry News
Newly released results from a survey of fleets show more are adopting e-logs to monitor driver compliance with hours-of-service regulations. The survey also reveals what they are doing and how much it costs to comply with the CSA program, as well as plans for adding capacity that include more plan to add independent contractor drivers.
Tags: EOBR, Fleets, Owner-Operators, Capacity, CSA, Hours of Service, Transport Capital Partners, Drivers
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