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Truck TonnageRises 3.6% in July, ATA Says

Truck tonnage rose 3.6% last month over July of last year, helped by the improving pace of factory orders and new home construction, American Trucking Associations reported. The trade group said its advanced seasonally adjusted index reached 130.2, an increase of 1.3% over June, and moved closer to the all-time record of 131.0 set in

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ATA TonnageIndex Rises 2.3% in June

American Trucking Associations’ seasonally adjusted truck tonnage index rose 2.3% on a year-over-year basis last month, capping a second quarter when freight levels improved from earlier in 2014, the federation reported. The index, on a sequential basis, was down 0.8% in June from May and stands at 128.6. “Despite the small reprieve in June, the

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Trucking Holdsas Dominant Freight Mode, ATA Trends Report Says

Trucking remains the dominant U.S. mode of freight transportation, hauling 69.1% of freight last year totaling 9.7 billion tons, with both figures up from a year earlier, American Trucking Associations reported May 12. Trucking’s percentage was up from 2012’s total of 68.7%, and tonnage rose from 9.4 billion tons a year earlier, according to ATA’s

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Changing Facesof Sunteck!

As Sunteck continues to evolve as a provider of both brokerage and capacity services, our trucks are starting to reflect this change on the highways and bi-ways of North America. An example of this is our driver Alain Yapo.  He drives for our Truck Logistics Services, Inc. division and his tractor and trailer now bear

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March 2014Truck Tonnage Index Rises 3.1%

Transport Topics — April 22, 2014 — Rip Watson, Senior Reporter: Truck tonnage rose again in March, climbing 3.1% over the same month of 2013, despite residual weather troubles, American Trucking Associations said April 22. ATA’s advanced seasonally adjusted index based on for-hire carriers’ freight also increased on a month-to-month basis, rising 0.6% in March

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