TORONTO, ON – Lower fuel surcharges in June led to a drop in the total cost of shipping for Canadian Ground Shippers from the month before, reports Nulogx.
BLOOMINGTON, IN – Trucking was costlier in June, compared to the month before, according to FTR Transportation Intelligence.
The industry forecasting website said June saw costs for labor, fuel, and purchased transport increase over those in May.
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Canadian shippers paid carriers 0.8 percent more for ground transportation in October than they did in September, according to the Canadian General Freight Index (CGFI).
A most recent suggestion by the Transit Investment Strategy Advisory Panel could result in many Ontario truckers paying higher fuel taxes.
TORONTO — Amid threats that their carrier company would be shuttered, unionized Highland Transport owner-operators have voted to accept a new contract that pays them less, among other concessions, todaystrucking.com has just learned.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — As the U.S. government continues to put security ahead of commerce, getting goods across the U.S.-Canadian border will remain difficult and will probably get more expensive, according to a panel of business experts at a logistics conference in Buffalo, N.Y. this week.
DIEPPE, NB – Atlantic Canada’s truckers will pay more for ferry service to Newfoundland and Labrador as of April 1, the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association has announced.