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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 …
Although volumes are starting to improve, it may not be enough to see reefer spot rates increase materially to the traditional July seasonal peak. According
Every year, shippers send out requests for proposals (RFPs) to find new carriers and re-engage incumbents who can deliver quality service at a reasonable price.
By Christina Ellington, DAT iQ Loadlink Technologies’ Canadian spot market continues to grow this March, though the rapid rate of growth we have been experiencing
Rather than solve more immediate and pressing issues truck drivers face daily, the FMCSA plans to impose speed limiters on all heavy vehicles. This proposal
How is your transportation network performing relative to inflation? The answer depends on what data source you use. Transportation prices have increased every year by
Last quarter was another excellent for carriers primarily in the flatbed and specialized sector, confirmed on the recent quarterly earnings call with Daseke, Inc. (NASDAQ:
Along with the reduced estimate for citrus production in California this season, the stone fruit season will likely also see a drop in volume. According
By Christina Ellington The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) continues to be a reliable indicator of future demand for truckload carriers.
According to the latest data from the USDA, the 2022 produce season is but a shadow of last year’s bumper crop, with produce volumes at
The freight market has been volatile since the start of the pandemic. Now, with the conflict in Ukraine, inflation, increased consumer demand, and unexpected weather
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