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 …
Brokers and growers are finding ample capacity to move loads of fruit and vegetables from growing regions, with spot rates averaging $3.87/mile last week in California.
Demand showed a sharp rebound in August on both a not-seasonally adjusted and seasonally adjusted basis.
American teenagers aren’t getting enough sleep these days, nor are their parents, and that’s especially dangerous when there’s a long-distance trucker involved. Since the iPhone
Houston is one of DAT’s top markets, recently boosted by the surge in imports impacting capacity for all equipment types – more volume means more
Florida’s orange crop this year will be nearly a third smaller than last year and one of the smallest in decades after Hurricane Ian devastated
In a recent study, the U.S. Department of Transport (USDoT) found that the truck parking shortage exists in every state and region and is most
The wild blueberry season winds down in Maine, pumpkins roll into farmstands around the country, the sugarbeet harvest wraps up in Minnesota, potatoes are dug
The U.S. manufacturing sector expanded in September, as the Manufacturing PMI® registered 50.9 percent, 1.9 percentage points below the reading of 52.8 percent recorded in August.
With the start of fall and Halloween just a few weeks away, we are officially in the pumpkin spice season.
The Logistics Managers’ Index grew in September but decelerated in recent months. The growth is due to expansion in inventories, utilization of warehousing and transportation, and related costs.
This year, the focus of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s International Roadcheck Week was on wheel ends. Out of the top 10 vehicle out-of-service violations, tires ranked second, and wheels came in seventh.
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