Among the for-hire fleet metrics being requested by ATRI are driver pay, fuel costs, insurance premiums and lease or purchase payments.  -  Photo: ATRI

Among the for-hire fleet metrics being requested by ATRI are driver pay, fuel costs, insurance premiums and lease or purchase payments.

Photo: ATRI

The American Transportation Research Institute is seeking motor carriers to participate in its annual update to the Operational Costs of Trucking report.

Now in its 14th year, ATRI’s annual Operational Costs of Trucking collects cost information derived directly from trucking fleets and owner-operators, and it is among the most requested ATRI research studies.

This annual analysis is used as a key benchmarking tool by motor carriers of all sizes. Public sector agencies also utilize this ATRI operational cost analysis to make better-informed transportation planning and infrastructure investment decisions. This year for the first time, participating motor carriers will receive a customized report that compares their fleet’s operational costs to those of peer carriers of the same sector and size.

“ATRI’s Operational Costs report has been a long-standing tool for evaluating our operational efficiencies and identifying where we need to improve,” said CEO J&M Tank Lines CEO Harold A. Sumerford Jr., in a press release. “The new customized fleet report will be a tremendous value for participating fleets, and I encourage carriers of all sizes to contribute data and take advantage of this great offer from ATRI.” 

Among the for-hire fleet metrics being requested by ATRI are driver pay, fuel costs, insurance premiums and lease or purchase payments. Carriers and owner-operators are asked to provide 2021 cost per mile and/or cost per hour data using the easy-to-use online data entry form.

For-hire motor carriers are encouraged to provide operational cost data to ATRI by May 13.

Participating motor carriers will receive an advance copy of the full report and the new customized fleet report.

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