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Driver Turnover Holds Steady at Large Fleets in Q4

Driver Turnover Holds Steady at Large Fleets in Q4

Continued improvement in the economy will drive healthier freight volumes and create more demand for drivers. Motor carriers should remain focused on driver retention, ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello said.

March 29, 2021

DAT: February Truckload Rates Jump

DAT: February Truckload Rates Jump

Truckload freight pricing rose and national average load-to-truck ratios for dry van and refrigerated freight hit record highs in February.

March 19, 2021

Class 8 Truck Orders Remained Strong in February
ACT: Driver Availability Reaches Lowest Point in Three Years
DAT: January Truckload Rates Fall

DAT: January Truckload Rates Fall

The DAT Truckload Volume Index, a measure of dry van, refrigerated and flatbed loads moved by truckload carriers, fell 2% in January from December 2020.

February 18, 2021

Study Compares Propane Carbon Footprint to Electric

Study Compares Propane Carbon Footprint to Electric

The analysis, Decarbonization of MD-HD Vehicles with Propane, found that propane-fueled MD-HD internal combustion engine vehicles provide a lower carbon footprint solution in 38 U.S. states and Washington, D.C., when compared to MD-HD electric vehicles charged using the electrical grid.

January 28, 2021

Research to Explore Fresh Solutions to Transportation Challenges
ATRI: Trucking Costs Dropped in 2019

ATRI: Trucking Costs Dropped in 2019

In 2019, the costs of trucking contracted significantly, from $1.82 to $1.65 per mile – a drop of 9%, according to the American Transportation Research Institute's annual survey.

November 24, 2020

ACT Research: YTD Used Class 8 Sales Up, Average Price, Miles and Age Down
ACT Research: October Trailer Orders Third Highest in History
DAT: October Spot Market’s Record-Breaking Rates

DAT: October Spot Market’s Record-Breaking Rates

Spot truckload rates for dry van and refrigerated freight hit another high in October, according to DAT Freight & Analytics, while average flatbed rates also increased compared to September, they did not surpass 2018’s highs.

November 12, 2020

October Class 8 Orders Jump Higher

October Class 8 Orders Jump Higher

According to separate ACT Research and FTR reporting, October’s preliminary North American Class 8 orders jumped to 38,900 units and 40,100 units, respectively.

November 3, 2020

ACT Research: For-Hire in Tight Supply-Demand Balance
ACT Research: Trailer Orders Jump Again in September
ATA Truck Tonnage Increases in September, Down Year over Year