Refrigerated and dry van saw smaller increases in 2017, but a look at the announced Q1 2018 changes indicate a much more aggressive approach for 2018.
The median sign-on bonus at fleets tracked by the National Transportation Institute rose across the board, with the biggest difference at flatbed fleets.
The Southeast Region showed unusual strength compared to the other regions. Also, there were not enough moves announced by Northeast‐based carriers to report an average move; they were, however, well represented in the Q4 moves.
The number of models of zero-emission trucks, buses, and off-road equipment available globally is expected to double between the end of 2019 and 2023.
Spot rates were all about the old adage “what goes up must come down.” After strong growth in 2017 and 2018, rates in 2019 were sharply negative through mid-year before firming.
The pandemic could drive more fleets to consider emergency planning and has increased vehicle operating expenses for many fleets.
How has COVID-19 impacting truck fleets related to their business and overall number of loads? How might it have actually improved things?
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