Trucking Demand Taps the Brakes


Rates are sliding and shipping demand and capacity appear to be coming into balance. The Cass Freight Index measure of domestic shipping demand edged up a bare 0.6% in March from the month before, an unseasonable slowing of growth at the end of the quarter. “I think it’s fair to say that the days of expecting rate increases are pretty much over.”  Read more here.


Author: The Wall Street Journal