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Truck Tonnage Rebounds in May

Truck Tonnage Rebounds in May

Economic indicators that are important to trucking slowed in May, including retail sales, housing starts, and manufacturing output.

June 21, 2022

ATA Logs Truck Tonnage Decrease in April
March Truck Tonnage Jumped 2.4%

March Truck Tonnage Jumped 2.4%

For-hire contract freight tonnage remained solid in March, only limited by lack of capacity, both of drivers and equipment, at contract fleets, according to ATA.

April 19, 2022

Tonnage Index Reflects Capacity Constraints
ATA: Truck Tonnage Rises in January

ATA: Truck Tonnage Rises in January

Thanks to rising retail rates and factory output, American Trucking Associations’ advanced seasonally adjusted For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index rose 0.6% in January.

February 22, 2022

ATA Logs Truck Tonnage Increase in December 2021
ATA: Truck Tonnage Level Highest Since April
ATA: Truck Tonnage Index Increased in October

ATA: Truck Tonnage Index Increased in October

The combination of solid retail sales, inventory rebuilding, and generally higher factory output offset some areas of softer freight growth in October, according to ATA’s chief economist.

November 23, 2021

ATA Records Largest 2021 Sequential Gain in Truck Tonnage
ATA: Truck Tonnage Index Increases in August
Truck Tonnage Index Falls in July

Truck Tonnage Index Falls in July

Supply constraints, a driver shortage and lack of equipment contributed to a softness in truck tonnage over the last few month, American Trucking Associations officials said.

August 24, 2021

Supply Chain, Driver Shortage Issues Affect Truck Tonnage
Truck Tonnage Index Decreases in May
Truck Tonnage Index Drops for Second Month

Truck Tonnage Index Drops for Second Month

Truck tonnage fell in March for the second month in a row, but American Trucking Associations’ chief economist is still calling for a positive outlook.

April 20, 2021

ATA Truck Tonnage Falls in February

ATA Truck Tonnage Falls in February

The 4.5% drop in the American Trucking Associations' tonnage numbers was largely due to severe winter weather during February.

March 23, 2021

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