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New Cost of Trucking Report Good to Benchmark Against
New Cost of Trucking Report Good to Benchmark Against
Thursday September 05, 12:17 PM
ARLINGTON, VA – The American Transportation Research Institute has released its popular 2013 update to An Analysis of the Operational Costs of Trucking, which identifies trucking costs from 2008 through 2012.
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5 Reasons Why You're Not Using Fuel-Saving Technologies
5 Reasons Why You're Not Using Fuel-Saving Technologies
Wednesday September 04, 10:24 AM
BOULDER, CO. — A new report published by The North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) and Cascade Sierra Solutions (CSS) has found five hurdles for why fleets may not be adopting fuel saving technologies.
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U.S. Fleet Execs Ready to Order New Iron
U.S. Fleet Execs Ready to Order New Iron
Tuesday August 06, 04:07 PM
COLUMBUS, OH. — Sixty-five percent of U.S. fleet executives surveyed by CK Commercial Vehicle Research said that they have plans to place orders for class 8 trucks in the next three months.
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Two-Thirds of Carriers Plan to Increase Capacity, Only Minimally
Two-Thirds of Carriers Plan to Increase Capacity, Only Minimally
Monday July 29, 01:24 PM
WINDSOR, CO — Transport Capital Partners (TCP) has revealed that 65 percent of carriers surveyed plan to increase their capacity. The numbers remain nearly identical to first-quarter 2013 results.
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Heavy Freight Trend Helps Push 2013 Tonnage Index Up
Heavy Freight Trend Helps Push 2013 Tonnage Index Up
Tuesday July 23, 01:25 PM
ARLINGTON, VA. — According to ATA Chief Economist Bob Costello, the trend this year is heavy freight, which is pushing truck tonnage up.
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Canadian Freight Index Keeps Going Up and Down
Canadian Freight Index Keeps Going Up and Down
Tuesday July 23, 01:02 PM
TORONTO — There was a 7 percent slip on TransCore Link Logistics’ Canadian Freight Index in June, continuing the "the up and down results for the first six months of the year," TransCore reported today.
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Truck Orders Take Dive in June, But Still at Nine-Month High
Truck Orders Take Dive in June, But Still at Nine-Month High
Monday July 22, 11:05 AM
COLUMBUS, IN — June class 8 net orders dropped below 20,000 units for the first time since last September, reported ACT Research today, but when seasonally adjusted, are still looking good.
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June Truck Orders Softening on Cue, Increase Year-Over-Year
June Truck Orders Softening on Cue, Increase Year-Over-Year
Thursday July 04, 06:44 AM
COLUMBUS, IN — Following typical seasonal trends, North American class 8 orders dropped in June. But that's normal, noted ACT Research.
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