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ACT Forecast: Pandemic Creates Driver Shortage, Pulls Rate Cycle Forward

The July ACT Freight Forecast reported that a near-term driver shortage combined with low truck production will see the medium-term trend moving higher on tighter supply and recovering demand. read more

ACT Freight Forecast: Bottoming Process Accelerates, Rate Rebound at Risk

Freight market stabilization progressed this month with a strong rebound in spot rates, according to the June ACT Freight Forecast. read more

ACT Freight Forecast Reflects COVID-19 and Lower Commodities

ACT Research lowered its freight expectations as the complexity of the manufacturing restart becomes clearer. ACT expects spot rates to drop more than 20% in April/May from March. read more

ACT Updates Freight Forecast for COVID-19 and Lower Commodities

ACT Research adjusted its Freight Forecast in response to COVID-19. The outlook for capacity is tighter, as financial volatility will likely further lower new equipment purchasing. read more

ACT Achieves 98% Accuracy Truckload Spot Rate Forecasting in 2019

ACT Research’s truckload spot rate forecasts achieved 98% accuracy on average in 2019. read more

ACT Forecast: Possible Short-Term Pre-Ships to Off-Set Future Tariffs

ACT Research released its June installment of the ACT Freight Forecast, U.S. Rate and Volume OUTLOOK. The forecast predicts a short-term pre-ship ahead of the threatened tariffs on the remaining $300+ billion of China imports. read more

ACT: Slow Freight and Fast Tractor Sales Pressure Rate Outlook for May

Freight remains soft and Class 8 sales on “on fire” according to the May installment of the ACT Freight Forecast. read more

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