President Joe Biden’s recent announcement that the Strategic Petroleum Reserve will release one million barrels of oil reserves per day for the next six months …
The 2022 International Roadcheck Week is just three weeks away, and for carriers, this means a renewed focus on brake safety. This year the Commercial
The “shortage of everything” economy continues and one of the more unusual stories to emerge from the pandemic is the ongoing shortage of garage doors.
California is now entering the third year of drought with many reservoirs at low levels following the driest and hottest year on record in 2021.
The tide is definitely turning for containerized imports as more volumes arrive on the East Coast of the U.S. compared to the West Coast. The
Fear mongering in recent weeks and talks of a “freight recession” have sent freight markets and sections of the media into a spin – like
The Grateful Dead was one of the most prolific touring acts of all time, tallying over 2,300 live shows before Jerry Garcia met his untimely
Demand in the flatbed sector continues to track the 2018 freight market, driven by a growing industrial economy. This year, new housing starts to trend
According to the USDA truck volume data, the produce season for Q122 is off to a slow start. Including imported truckloads, volumes are down 29%
The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) continues to be a reliable indicator of future demand for truckload carriers – the latest
One of the most common questions we get asked on “DAT iQ Live,” our weekly market update show, is whether or not it’s a good
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