Transport Capital Partners

Carrier survey shows temperature heating up on detention negotiation

Transport Capital Partners' fourth-quarter industry survey showed 43 percent of carriers large and small felt they would be able to renegotiate detention in contracts with customers in the next quarter.

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Obamacare upside for independent contractor model?

Only if insurance rates get reasonable, as it were, on the long-term basis.

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Carrier survey shows mixed rate, volume outlook

Smaller carriers slightly more pessimistic on volume than large carriers; a majority of all carriers are expecting rate increases over the next year.

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Survey: Carriers hit by health care changes

Recent health care law changes will impact more than 80 percent of carriers that responded to a recent survey by Transport Capital Partners.

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Survey: Carriers optimistic

Transport Capital Partners found that 66 percent of surveyed carriers expect volumes to increase over the next year.

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Trucking firms report upswing

Federal and private research indicates a recent improvement in trucking activity and an upbeat outlook for carriers.

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Survey: 1 in 4 carriers considering selling

More carriers are interested in buying – 37 percent – compared to selling – 28 percent.

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