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History Matters: How freight forecasts learn from the past

Predictive modeling is the art of using high-power computing to learn from the past and predict the future. Read More

Truckload volumes turn the corner, but rates lag

Spot market truckload rates hit a four-year low in April. For dry van freight, the national average was just $1.64 per mile. Read More

Truckload rates are dangerously low for carriers

COVID-19 has dealt a heavy blow to trucking companies. Read More

Truckers look for bright spots as some states reopen

Good news has been hard to come by for motor carriers this month. Read More

How much lower can van rates go?

Truckload rates fell lower again last week for dry van equipment, and there's no sign of a rebound coming any time soon. Read More

Will spring produce stabilize trucking?

Recent news has been all about the downturn in freight volumes, and the lower rates that accompany smaller volumes. Read More

Try the upgrade of the DAT Directory

There is a beta version of the DAT Directory that organizes the data in order of importance so you can find what you need at… Read More

Reefer freight outlook cools due to food service closures

Reefer carriers are starting to feel the pain of coronavirus-related closures… Read More

Van freight volume and rates slide as economy stalls

March was a good month for spot market providers, but April is looking bleak. Read More

Reefer volumes level off, but rate trends are mixed

It's been an up-and-down kind of market for reefer equipment. Read More

What's in the stimulus bill for carriers, brokers, owner-operators?

The $2 trillion CARES Act provides stimulus funds for both businesses and individuals. Read More

Van rates drop as more Americans shelter at home

Demand for dry van equipment continued to slide last week, along with rates. We saw it coming, as load-to-truck ratios… Read More

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