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NTSB urges states to ban mobile devices for all drivers

Since the NTSB report was published last week, there have been many news features and comments about the recommended ban… Read More

Holiday shopping means record van freight and rates

Strong retail sales over Thanksgiving weekend led to a 16% increase year-over-year for that period -- a 4.5% gain for the… Read More

One year later, CSA still lacks key provisions

It is hard to believe that it’s been a year since we started publishing CSA scores in… Read More

Rate Trend of the Week: Van and Flatbed Rates Start the Month Strong

The first week of December recorded an uptick in rates for dry vans and flatbeds but reefer rates dipped slightly.… Read More

Frank's Friday Wrap Up 12/2

Hey Team! Here's a quick wrap up of the week's top stories that caught my eye: Bad news for… Read More

Rate Trend of the Week: Rates Improve in the Final 7 Days of November

Rates increased for all equipment types in the final seven days of November.… Read More

Survey shows widespread TMS use, happy customers

One of those axioms for success you always hear as a product manager is "Know your customer." So when TransCore brought… Read More

Customers Invited to Try Out New Mobile Version of our Load Boards!

A few weeks ago I posted about… Read More

Rate Trend of the Week: Reefers heat up, vans are flat, flatbeds decline

Rates rose 1.9% last week for reefers in the run-up to Thanksgiving, while van rates remained stable and flatbeds lost… Read More

JOC interviews TransCore's David Schrader

The Journal of Commerce caught up with our very own David Schrader, Senior VP at TransCore Freight Solutions, who was in… Read More

Rate Trend of the Week: Memphis, L.A. and Dallas are hot, Chicago is not

A few trends started to solidify this week, and each of the three major segments had a separate story to… Read More

Guard against cargo theft, and save on insurance

According to a… Read More

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