Spot truckload freight availability in May reached its highest point since September, 2015, increasing 7.3%
Uncertainty over international trade – combined with ELDs as well as automation and on-demand servicing – are the key potential disruptions which will shake up the North American Trucking industry, says FTR
The American Transportation Research Institute, which the Canadian Trucking Alliance is a member of, is seeking carrier input for the annual update to its Operational Costs of Trucking report.
NAFTA works, so don’t mess with success. That essentially was the message U.S. automakers delivered to the Trump administration this week.
Deep uncertainty still prevails within the Ontario trucking industry, but at least carriers say they’ve experienced rebounds in most freight lanes compared to last winter.
The trucking industry is facing a time of significant change and the Canadian Trucking Alliance is in the midst of it all, the Alliance’s newly named president told AMTA members
But time will tell whether the new processes established to identify, prioritize and negotiate standardized rules will be more effective than previous attempts, says CTA