Rate Trend of the Week

Reefer volumes level off, but rate trends are mixed

It's been an up-and-down kind of market for reefer equipment. Read More

Van rates drop as more Americans shelter at home

Van rates fell last week, on the heels of a decline in load-to-truck ratios. Read More

Van rates rise again, but trends could reverse soon

Van rates may fall as fast as they rose… Read More

COVID-19 response disrupts freight flows and boosts rates

The word "disruption" seems too gentle to describe the impact of COVID-19 on truck freight. Read More

Spot market reefer freight refills stores

As more and more cities and states institute measures in response to the COVID-19 threat… Read More

COVID-19 uncertainty spurs truckload rate increases

COVID-19 is causing the mother of all supply chain disruptions. Read More

Flatbed rates edge up on steady demand

Rates haven’t been all that high for flatbeds, but the national average has held in a pretty stable in a range of $2. Read More

Dry van demand rises as stores restock empty shelves

At some point, U.S. consumers may stay away from stores and other public places due to coronavirus fears… Read More

Spot rates stall for van freight in uncertain market conditions

Van carriers may be glad to see February recede in the rearview, as rates and volume slid lower in a typical winter slump. Read More

Truckload rates get ready for a rebound

Truckload rates are starting to show signs of life as we near the end of February. Read More

Slow season slog continues for truckload freight

Freight rates remain in their typical seasonal slump. Read More

Have dry van freight rates hit bottom already?

Depending on where you find your next load, the glass may be half empty or half full. Read More