Widespread inventory 'de-stocking' softens US freight markets

Widespread inventory 'de-stocking' softens US freight markets

U.S. retailers and manufacturers are slicing into inventories they built up during the West Coast port labor dispute, contributing to what's reported to be a softer third-quarter freight market. Stronger consumer spending may help shippers balance inventories as peak season demand picks up.

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