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SEP 12 - SEP 18 VS. SEP 05 - SEP 11
AUG 2022 VS. JUL 2022
AUG 2022 VS. AUG 2021
|Spot Load Posts||+9.7%||-4.7%||-43.8%|
|Spot Truck Posts||+14.0%||+15.0%||+20.4%|
|Van Spot Rates||+0.1%||-4.2%||-8.2%|
|Flatbed Spot Rates||-1.5%||-7.4%||-0.4%|
|Reefer Spot Rates||+0.1%||-3.4%||-7.9%|
Percent Change: -1.4%
Fuel Price: $4.96 /gallon
Spot market tightens ahead of Labor Day weekend
National Spot Rates: Van, Flatbed, Reefer
Load-to-truck ratios rise as markets prepared for holiday
Aug 29 – Sep 4 – Spot market capacity tightened last week as shippers looked to move freight ahead of the holiday weekend. That pushed national averages up slightly for dry van and reefer loads.
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DAT Trendlines is a free weekly spot market freight report, providing an overview of national freight market trends. The average trucking rates are based on DAT iQ’s $110 billion database of actual freight payments.
The report includes a weekly snapshot of the rolling month-to-date national average trucking rates for van, reefer and flatbed. National average rates in Trendlines are for lanes of 250 miles or more.
Trendlines also includes national supply and demand metrics based on load and truck posts on the DAT One load board network by freight brokers, shippers and carriers.
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