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Will coronavirus affect your supply chain?

Coronavirus is getting a lot of attention, but it didn't have much impact on domestic freight in the U.S. at first. Read More

Have dry van freight rates hit bottom already?

Depending on where you find your next load, the glass may be half empty or half full. Read More

Top tax questions owner-operators ask

See the answers to some of the most common tax questions asked by owner-operators. Read More

Winter doldrums put drag on truckload rates

February can be a tough month for transportation companies. Read More

VIDEO: How to negotiate the best price

Before you call on a load, you need to decide how much you're going to charge… Read More

How to pick the best load board for truckers

What's the best load board for truckers? Here are 4 things to ask yourself when shopping for a load board. Read More

Van rates drift lower as winter slump takes hold

Van rates cool off while volumes are mixed, as January draws to a close and the winter doldrums set in. Read More

Predictive Pricing: Cutting Through the Noise

Forecasting is an inexact science, and the most successful forecasting models aren’t always the most complex. Read More

Flatbed rates see off-season surge

Flatbed rates have seen an uptick, even as van and reefer rates have started to dip seasonally. So what’s up with flatbed?  Read More

Van rates lose traction heading into winter slump

Van rates slipped below December levels after an unexpected surge in the first half of January. Read More

Denver brokerage combines digital technologies with personal service

See how Denver-based United Transportation Services has implemented time-saving technologies while still delivering hands-on… Read More

Reefer rates stay hot in January

Truckload rates remain elevated for reefer equipment in mid-January, and freight volume is stable. Read More

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