The “New Normal”

This freight market is here to stay for the remainder of the year. We are currently six months after the panic-buying surge from early spring. Back then, it appeared to be the peak of COVID-related buying/shipping trends, when freight volumes plummeted in May as most of the country was experiencing “stay at home” orders. It […]

Freight Volumes Slightly Decrease, Rates Remain High

This week there is a good news/bad news situation for the freight market. The good news is that tender volumes are decreasing and tender rejections are coming down slightly. However, the bad news is that this means about one in four loads are still being rejected by carriers to seek even higher paying loads and/or […]

Freight Volumes and Tender Rejections Remain Extreme

Freight volumes have returned to the new “normal” after the temporary decrease in volume last week, which was expected after Labor Day weekend. The United States has almost 50% more freight on the road than this time last year. Tender rejections are still happening at an alarming rate of 25.63%. This means that over one […]

Fright Volumes Temporarily Decrease, Tender Rejections Remain Elevated

Freight volumes temporarily decrease this week, as expected for the days following a holiday. The image to the right shows the dip in freight volume after a holiday occurs. It becomes clear where Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas fall every year and it is evident that the dips are only temporary. […]