Rate Trend of the Week

Van Rates May Spring Ahead Very Soon

Van rates have been stable as a national average, but they could be trending up very soon. It's officially spring —… Read More

Van Rates Get Ready to Rise in Spring

Van rates have been stable as a national average, but they could be trending up very soon. In ten daysAt… Read More

Van Rates Get Ready for a Rebound

Van trends: After two weeks of rising volumes, the number of van loads held steady last week on the spot market, while… Read More

Reefer Markets Could Be in for a Wild March

Reefer demand and rates declined steadily throughout February, which is a pretty typical spot market trend. Read More

Have Van Rates Turned the Corner?

We had a turnaround in van trends last week, reversing course from the declines we’ve been seeing since mid-January. Read More

AUDIO: Are Van Rates Ready to Rebound?

This week on emLand Line Now/em with Terry Scruton, we talked about higher volumes, stable pricing… Read More

Flatbed Freight Continues to Gain Momentum

February has been a strong month for flatbed freight. Read More

4 Signs that Van Rates Could Rise Soon

Fuel prices have fallen in recent weeks. If you're a motor carrier, that's great for operating expenses, but it's also… Read More

Reefer Rates Continue to Cool

February is usually the slowest month of the year for spot freight… Read More

Will We See an Early Spring for Dry Van Freight?

The national average van rate has fallen for six straight weeks now, but that’s pretty typical for mid-February. Read More

Signs of Spring in Flatbed Markets

Flatbed trends have been mostly neutral overall so far in February. Read More

Rail Competition Takes a Bite Out of Van Rates

Spot market rates continue to decline seasonally, as volumes for February are slightly off compared to 2017. Read More