North American Freight index rose 5 percent in January compared with January 2011 and dropped 8 percent from December.
North American Freight index hit a record high for January, up 5 percent compared to January 2011.
North American Freight Index increased 36 percent in November from November 2010.
September marked the highest same-month spot market freight availability since the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Freight volumes in the South and Midwest were hampered by extreme weather conditions during April.
With a 216 percent increase year-over-year, this was the strongest volume for May in at least 10 years.
Freight availability on the North American spot market in February more than tripled from a year earlier, based on the TransCore Freight Index. February’s increase of 215 percent marked the fifth consecutive month of improvement on ...
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