Rate Trend of the Week

Van Rates Showing Signs of Recovery

Spot market volumes exploded last week on the top 100 van lanes, which has been the clearest sign yet of recovery for vans. Read More

Florida and Georgia Are Hot for Reefers

Produce season has finally hit its stride in the Southeast. Miami and Atlanta are now the top two markets for reefer… Read More

3 Signs that Reefer Rates Could Rise Soon

National average rates dropped again last week, but all equipment types could be getting ready for a rebound. Why? Read More

Vans Find Freight in the South, as Reefers Head West

National average rates fell a few cents for vans and reefers last week, after an end-of-quarter spike in the previous week. Read More

Vans and Reefers Head South for Rising Rates

Van rates are rising, and demand is heating up in Memphis and Charlotte. Read More

Sun Belt States are Hot for Seasonal Freight

Freight markets are heating up in the Sun Belt. Read More

3 Cheers for the Spring Freight Season!

Hooray! Spring has sprung, bringing a long-awaited upward trend in freight volume and rates, for all trailer types! Read More

Spring Comes Early for Flatbeds in the Southeast

Spring has sprung for flatbeds, and capacity is getting tight in the Southeast and much of the Midwest. Read More

What's Hot and What's Not for Vans in February

<p>February is usually one of the slowest months for spot market van freight. Read More

How Much Lower Can Van Rates Go?

<p>February is usually the slowest month for freight, and carriers have been feeling the pinch on the spot market. Read More

Van Rates Fall 3 Cents, in Mid-Winter Slump

<p>It's February, so it should be no surprise that freight availability is down, and so are rates. Read More

Fuel Prices Drop, and So Do Rates

Diesel prices dropped 7 cents,#160;to $2.11 per gallon last week, the lowest since March 2009, and rates fell, too. Read More