FTR Associates' Trucking Conditions Index for June continued its downward trend, declining a half point from May to a reading of 4.5.
FTR Associates on Monday, July 9, announced that its Trucking Conditions Index for May fell nearly 4 points from April.
FTR Associates’ Trucking Conditions Index for February eased very slightly to 5.9, according to the April 2012 Trucking Update.
Index softened primarily due to further delay in the issuance of revised hours-of-service regulations.
Tight capacity control, modest growth in truck tonnage and falling fuel prices helped improve trucking environment through September.
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