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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

 COVID-19 Affecting Cargo Theft Trends
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

ACT Research: For-Hire in Tight Supply-Demand Balance
ATA Truck Tonnage Increases in September, Down Year over Year
Report: Revenue Per Mile Decreased Year over Year

Report: Revenue Per Mile Decreased Year over Year

According to the American Truck Business Services’ (ATBS) Mid-Year Independent Contractor Benchmarks and Trends Report, while some aspects of trucking, such as mpg, have improved since June 2019, revenue has seen an overall drop in the past year.

October 13, 2020

FTR: August Was a Strong Month for Carriers
Spot Van Rates Hit High for All Segments
ATA, U.S. Xpress Reveal Forecasts for Short-, Long-Term
For-Hire Trucking Index Emphasizes Continued Driver Shortage
August Truck Tonnage Index Dropped Compared to July, Last Year
Indicators Point to Strengthening Trucking Market
DAT August Rates Almost Climb to All-Time High

DAT August Rates Almost Climb to All-Time High

According to DAT Freight & Analytics, August’s spot truckload rates almost set an all-time high, with spot van, refrigerated and flatbed rates higher month over month and load-to-truck ratios increasing at the end of summer.

September 15, 2020

Trucking Conditions Dropped in July, But Stayed Positive

Trucking Conditions Dropped in July, But Stayed Positive

Although FTR’s Trucking Conditions Index for July was down approximately 25% from June’s 11.35 reading, trucking conditions continue to remain favorable for carriers as the recovery continues across the country.

September 9, 2020