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  • Good News for Reefers in the Southeast
    FL moved up to number 3 Rates are improving out of Florida with sharp increases on some key lanes Miami to Elizabeth NJ surged 31 and paid an average of 1 76 mile Miami to Boston rose 30 to 1 97 mile Lakeland to Baltimore paid 25 better at 1 81 mile WEST Sacramento and Denver both improved last week as well The Sacramento to Denver lane rate made a huge jump Up 39 to an average of 2 41 mile Denver outbound rates were up 5 The backhaul lane from Denver to Houston added 29 to a decent 1 53 mile Outbound rates in Los Angeles and Ontario CA also continued to climb L A rates were up 4 to an average of 2 32 mile Nogales AZ outbound volume fell last week and the average rate lost 1 SOUTH CENTRAL It was a similar story near the Mexican border in McAllen TX though the drop in volume wasn t as sharp as it was in Nogales Average rates out of McAllen were unchanged compared to the previous week NORTHEAST Reefer lanes are balancing now so rates are climbing on lanes heading from the Southeast into the Northeast Outbound rates are dropping in big Northeastern markets For example the lane rate from Philly to Boston fell 25 last week to 3 07 mile MIDWEST In Chicago reefer demand remains relatively weak The lane from Chicago to Denver lost 20 to 1 90 mile Green Bay bounced back last week and the average outbound rate gained 10 to 2 31 mile Learn what other truckers got paid on the lanes you run by signing up for TruckersEdge Enhanced You ll see the average prices paid on more than 65 000 lanes based on real transactions between brokers and carriers To

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  • Freight Rates
    gains were reversed last week but volumes were up on a few key lanes More 0 Apr 07 Reefer Trends Mixed Rates Unchanged fd860f9b 5d57 44d5 a476 dc9c875fc096 0 0 96d5b379 7e1d 4dac a6ba 1e50db561b04 Posted on 07 Apr 2016 By Stephen Petit Categories Freight Rates The reefer load to truck ratio was 3 2 last week a 5 improvement As a national average the spot reefer rate was unchanged at 1 58 per mile McAllen Texas prices were down 5 an indicator that product harvest activity is shifting north to areas like Central California where Fresno was up 7 to an average of 1 86 per mile More 0 Apr 07 Vans Q1 Ends With A Rush 417dd811 1755 43a7 aa29 c500b299a191 0 0 96d5b379 7e1d 4dac a6ba 1e50db561b04 Posted on 07 Apr 2016 By Stephen Petit Categories Freight Rates When the end of the of month coincides with the end of the quarter good things usually happen to carriers on the spot market as everybody with inventory wants to move it before they close their books March 31 and April 1 saw hints that the Spring freight season might have finally arrived More 0 Mar 30 Van Freight Takes a Spring Break 7354b235 c4e8 47d4 a46d c5e0dcd0eddb 0 0 96d5b379 7e1d 4dac a6ba 1e50db561b04 Posted on 30 Mar 2016 By Stephen Petit Categories Freight Rates Van rates and load to truck ratios didn t gain much traction during the week ending March 26 as both indicators slipped slightly leading up to Easter weekend The Southeast is still strong and a rebound may be underway soon in the West More 21 Mar 25 Surviving the Buck A Mile Backhaul 61aff22e 130f 4bb1 b72b c20261494c0e 0 0 96d5b379 7e1d 4dac a6ba 1e50db561b04 Posted on 25 Mar 2016 By Mark Montague

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  • Van Rates: Not Too Hot, Not Too Cold
    have been Phoenix New Orleans Birmingham Shreveport LA and Decatur AL Arkansas shows up as a Hot State in the map above mostly because the load to truck ratio has been high in Little Rock but there aren t as many loads available there compared to the other Hot States RISING MARKETS There weren t any big increases last week Rates are up for the month in Houston Los Angeles and Allentown PA FALLING MARKETS Volumes dropped sharply in Stockton CA and rates also slipped Memphis was also down last week which is a disappointment since it had been a bright spot for loads until now LANE COMPARISONS The average rate paid on the lane from Stockton to Denver fell 15 to 1 70 mile Seattle to Spokane dropped 12 to an average of 2 19 mile still not bad Chicago to Buffalo recovered 15 to 1 98 mile This one could go higher Columbus to Memphis added 12 for an average of 1 46 This will likely continue to climb too but The flipside is Memphis to Columbus which fell 17 to 1 56 mile Learn what other truckers got paid on the lanes you run by signing up for TruckersEdge Enhanced You ll see the average prices paid on more than 65 000 lanes based on real transactions between brokers and carriers To add rates to your TruckersEdge subscription or to get DAT Express with TriHaul route suggestions call 866 487 8253 Pingbacks and trackbacks 1 Trucking News 4 29 2016 8 52 44 AM Where s the Freight Top 5 Markets for Van Reefer and Flatbed Loads Where s the Freight Top 5 Markets for Van Reefer and Flatbed Loads Reply Add comment Cancel reply to comment Name Required Please choose another name E mail Required Please

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  • All posts tagged 'carrier'
    reefer markets that are close to the border More 0 Feb 12 Where to Find Loads When Loads Are Hard to Find 8528ed65 3833 4a38 ab15 3954a9f89670 0 0 96d5b379 7e1d 4dac a6ba 1e50db561b04 Posted on 12 Feb 2016 By Matt Sullivan Categories Freight Rates Tags carrier owner operator According to weather forecasts by a certain groundhog spring is suppose to come early this year For truckers it can t come soon enough We re now deep in the mid winter slump for freight and waiting on the springtime bump that usually leads to more loads and better rates on DAT TruckersEdge But in the meantime where can you find a van load right now More 4 Jan 26 Reefer Rates Rise in These 3 Markets 400212ba 82cd 47aa bd80 d6cfe0bcdfdc 0 0 96d5b379 7e1d 4dac a6ba 1e50db561b04 Posted on 26 Jan 2016 By Matt Sullivan Categories Freight Rates Tags carrier owner operator Reefer trucks were in demand in Philadelphia before Winter Storm Jonas hit the East Coast which boosted reefer rates in that market But for the most part reefer rates held steady last week More 0 Jan 26 Philly Rates Get a Boost From Winter Storms 0954759e 465c 4dad 8556 e9251f8eb84a 0 0 96d5b379 7e1d 4dac a6ba 1e50db561b04 Posted on 26 Jan 2016 By Matt Sullivan Categories Freight Rates Tags carrier owner operator We were having a pretty mild winter up until this past weekend So did storms affect freight rates last week Not so much since the storm didn t really hit until Friday afternoon There were some spikes out of Philadelphia though as shippers pushed to get freight out of Philly before the storm hit More 0 Jan 25 5 States Lift Hours of Service Rules After Winter Storm 0043295c f16d 4dee 8cd1 894d360200c5 0 0

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  • All posts tagged 'owner-operator'
    reefer markets that are close to the border More 0 Feb 12 Where to Find Loads When Loads Are Hard to Find 8528ed65 3833 4a38 ab15 3954a9f89670 0 0 96d5b379 7e1d 4dac a6ba 1e50db561b04 Posted on 12 Feb 2016 By Matt Sullivan Categories Freight Rates Tags carrier owner operator According to weather forecasts by a certain groundhog spring is suppose to come early this year For truckers it can t come soon enough We re now deep in the mid winter slump for freight and waiting on the springtime bump that usually leads to more loads and better rates on DAT TruckersEdge But in the meantime where can you find a van load right now More 4 Jan 26 Reefer Rates Rise in These 3 Markets 400212ba 82cd 47aa bd80 d6cfe0bcdfdc 0 0 96d5b379 7e1d 4dac a6ba 1e50db561b04 Posted on 26 Jan 2016 By Matt Sullivan Categories Freight Rates Tags carrier owner operator Reefer trucks were in demand in Philadelphia before Winter Storm Jonas hit the East Coast which boosted reefer rates in that market But for the most part reefer rates held steady last week More 0 Jan 26 Philly Rates Get a Boost From Winter Storms 0954759e 465c 4dad 8556 e9251f8eb84a 0 0 96d5b379 7e1d 4dac a6ba 1e50db561b04 Posted on 26 Jan 2016 By Matt Sullivan Categories Freight Rates Tags carrier owner operator We were having a pretty mild winter up until this past weekend So did storms affect freight rates last week Not so much since the storm didn t really hit until Friday afternoon There were some spikes out of Philadelphia though as shippers pushed to get freight out of Philly before the storm hit More 0 Jan 25 5 States Lift Hours of Service Rules After Winter Storm 0043295c f16d 4dee 8cd1 894d360200c5 0 0

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  • Trucking Life
    rates Obviously there s a lot more that goes into planning how you run your business For example how many nights a week do you want to spend at home More Search Categories Carrier News 5 Freight Rates 43 Trucking Business 14 Trucking Life 1 Trucking Regulations 7 Trucks 1 Top Stories How to Get Your Operating Authority Surviving the Buck A Mile Backhaul Do Brokers See a Different Rate

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  • Need Reefer Loads? Look to the Border
    Valleys The average rate for reefer loads heading from Ontario to Chicago rose 18 to 1 74 mile Ontario to Sacramento added 13 for 2 33 mile Nogales to Los Angeles was up 11 to 1 84 mile The return trip from L A to Nogales has averaged 2 32 mile in the past week You might have an easier time finding a load from L A to Phoenix rates are up 4 to 2 44 mile Outbound rates were down in Denver including a 30 drop on the lane to Houston Denver inbound rates dropped too Fresno Sacramento or L A to Denver all three were losers SOUTH CENTRAL Texas is home to four of the top eight markets for reefer load posts on DAT TruckersEdge Dallas Houston Laredo and McAllen Demand is still strong near the Mexican border in Laredo and McAllen and rates are stable Outbound rates slipped lower in Dallas SOUTHEAST Rates out of Florida fell as produce shipments have slowed down The backhaul lane from Lakeland FL to Atlanta lost 26 to just 1 02 mile The rate for Atlanta to Lakeland also dropped 12 to 2 38 mile That s an average of 1 70 each way not great Atlanta is now the top market for reefer load posts on DAT TruckersEdge Last week the lane from Atlanta to Philadelphia added 14 to average 2 02 mile NORTHEAST Outbound rates were up in Philly but prices tumbled out of Elizabeth NJ Elizabeth to Atlanta dropped 26 to 1 42 mile MIDWEST Reefer volumes were way up in Grand Rapids but rates haven t followed suit yet Rates dropped on the most popular lanes out of Green Bay Chicago to Kansas City jumped up 26 to 1 96 mile Learn what other truckers got paid

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  • Vans in Demand in the Southeast
    Houston and Stockton CA The lighter colored states had lower load to truck ratios meaning that there was stiffer competition for loads in those states Hot Markets in the Southeast Right now 3 of the top 4 cities for load posts on DAT TruckersEdge are in the Southeast Atlanta Charlotte and Memphis Load to truck ratios across much of the Southeast are also well above the national average which means there s a lot fewer trucks in those areas that are competing for those loads Signs of Life in Chicago Chicago has been slow this spring but we saw a few encouraging signs last week Volumes surged on two major lanes Chicago to Detroit and Chicago to Atlanta Rates improved on a couple lanes Chicago to Denver and Chicago to Buffalo Learn what other truckers got paid on the lanes you run by signing up for TruckersEdge Enhanced You ll see the average prices paid on more than 65 000 lanes based on real transactions between brokers and carriers To add rates to your TruckersEdge subscription or to get DAT Express with TriHaul route suggestions call 866 487 8253 Add comment Cancel reply to comment Name Required Please choose another

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