TORONTO, ON – Nulogx’s Canadian General Freight Index (CGFI) is reporting the total cost of ground transportation for Canadian shippers has climbed.
Total freight costs were 1.7% higher in May 2017 over the same time last year. The Base Rate Index, which excludes the impact of accessorial charges assessed by carriers, increased by 0.3% in May 2017 over April’s results, as well.
TORONTO- Toronto Mayor John Tory announced that construction on a section of the Gardiner Expressway will finish two months ahead of schedule at an extra cost of $2-million.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- The price of fuel has been dropping both in the U.S. and Canada, and that, for however long it might last, is good news for trucking companies.
TORONTO- The total cost of ground transportation for Canadian shippers dropped another 0.83 percent in September from August, according to the Canadian General Freight Index.
MISSISSAUGA, ON- The price of shipping goods on trains and trucks continues to rise.
Ontario carriers are not optimistic about rate and freight prospects in the first quarter of 2014, according to a report by the Ontario Trucking Association (OTA).
In September, Canadian shippers paid carriers 1.1 percent more for ground transportation than they did in August, according to the latest Canadian General Freight Index.
The Quebec government announced they will subsidize 30 percent of the premium cost of natural gas trucks for up to $75,000.
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VICTORIA, BC – British Columbians plan to meet and protest on the lawn of the Provincial Legislature on Tuesday, March 11. Their message? Stop the cuts, lower the fares and put BC Ferries back into the Highway system.
TORONTO, ON – Ontario’s truckers were more optimistic about trucking’s future than they’ve been in years, according to the Ontario Trucking Association’s business survey.
TORONTO – The overall cost of ground transportation continued to climb for the fifth straight month in December, according to the Canadian General Freight Index (CGFI).
TORONTO, ON – The Canadian average weekly rack price for diesel once again increased this week to 103.7-cents per liter, more than a full penny above last week’s six year-high, according to the Ontario Trucking Association (OTA).
TORONTO, ON – Canadian shippers again saw the cost of ground transportation rise by 0.75 percent in November when compared to October prices, according to the Canadian General Freight Index (CGFI).