US contract truck rates rise as shippers pay for capacity

US contract truck rates rise as shippers pay for capacity

Contract truckload rates are defying economic gravity, rising in April when truck tonnage and spot market rates slipped. The cause: capacity. Shippers apparently are willing to pay more to secure it for the long-term.

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