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Wednesday, May 09, 2012
Shippers need to brace for sharply higher trucking rates because of steadily rising truck fleet costs that range from rolling stock to drivers to fuel while productivity levels are under threats from increased government regulation, top carrier officials are saying.
Posted on 05/09 at 11:11 AM
The nation’s sharply divided political landscape is harming the country because of Congress’s inability to pass a long-term highway bill and its unwillingness to raise federal fuel taxes. That’s the word from Bill Graves, president and CEO of the American Trucking Associations.
Thursday, May 03, 2012
The California Trucking Association today released a study that shows significant job losses directly attributable to California Air Resources Board’s fuel policies
Posted on 05/03 at 08:13 AM
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
The American Trucking Associations (ATA) reported earlier today that March truck tonnage volumes grew slowly, showing an increase for the seventh time in the last eight months.
Monday, April 23, 2012
March new orders and net orders hit 22,038 units and 20,025 units, respectively, according to ACT.
While the idea of a DC Bypass is an exhilarating theory for many companies, few companies have released data to color the dream with facts and figures. Through collaboration with Averitt Express, retailer Tuesday Morning proving to be one such success story.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
It is no surprise that when it comes to freight transportation market share, trucking leads the pack. But what can be surprising is by how much of a margin the trucking sector outpaces its freight transportation brethren. This was prominently highlighted in the 2012 edition of the American Trucking Associations “ATA American Trucking Trends,” which the ATA released this week.
It is the fine print, execution and enforcement of the year-old CSA program that is irking trucking industry leaders and officials.
Posted on 04/18 at 09:03 AM
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
TransCore’s DAT North American Freight Index, which reflects spot market freight availability on its network of load boards in the United States and Canada, posted a 40 percent gain in March over February and was down 6.1 percent annually compared to March 2011.
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Monday, April 09, 2012
The survey revealed that the number of carriers saying they are using more brokerage services doubled from 15 percent in August 2011 to nearly 33 percent in February 2012, with 67 percent saying they are using fewer brokers.