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ACT Research: Roadcheck Finds Truckload Market Near Equilibrium

Slowing U.S. Class 8 tractor fleet growth, while roughly a year later than price signals suggested, will help move the cycle forward, and how quickly it affects rates will depend mainly on freight demand and fleet productivity, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: Freight Outlook Brightening

Freight demand is nearing an upturn as growing goods spending, a turning inventory cycle and rising industrial production will add to freight demand this year, according to ACT Research, which projected that after a two-year downturn, the upturn is likely to being within the next few months. read more

Leading Indicators Suggest a 2024 Trucking Recovery

While trucking demand remains soft overall, rising imports and intermodal trends are key leading indicators of a recovery in trucking this year, according to a recent report from ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: Freight Cycle Poised to Enter New Stage in 2024

U.S. freight cycle fundamentals will improve in 2024, according to the latest release of ACT Research’s Freight Forecast, U.S. Rate and Volume Outlook report. read more

ACT Research: Long Bottom to Persist as Freight Industry Buckles in for Harsh Winter

The surprising strength in the economy in 2023 may provide less ballast for freight in 2024, but supply contraction should propel the cycle forward in 2024, even if the broader economy slows, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: Slow Going on Truckload Cycle Bottoming Process

According to ACT Research’s latest Freight Forecast, U.S. Rate and Volume Outlook report, freight markets are expected to continue bouncing along the bottom in the near term, with some holiday volatility and a change in trajectory on the way next year. read more

ACT Research: For-Hire Freight Demand Outlook for this Winter Remains Soft

After a long downturn, freight demand fundamentals are gradually improving as pandemic substitution effects fade, destocking plays out and real incomes improve, according to the latest release of the Freight Forecast, U.S. Rate and Volume Outlook report from ACT Research. read more

ACT Research’s September For-Hire Trucking Index Suggests Gradually Improving Freight Market

The latest release of ACT Research’s For-Hire Trucking Index showed continued improvement in freight volumes, pricing and driver availability. read more

ACT Research: Inflection Point in Freight Market Balance

The latest release of ACT Research’s “For-Hire Trucking Index” suggests an approaching turning point in the freight cycle, but perhaps not as quickly as for-hire fleets would prefer. read more

ACT Research: Freight Markets Remain Soft Amid Private Fleet Expansion

Though significant progress has been made in rebalancing, it’s unlikely that freight industry capacity will broadly tighten until pressure from capacity growth eases, according to ACT Research. read more

ACT Research: US Freight Market Bouncing Along the Cycle Bottom

According to ACT Research, driver capacity models suggest recent record declines in freight rates should be pushing out more jobs while tremors in the LTL market could press an industry rebalancing forward. read more

ACT Research: US Freight Cycle Near Bottom

According to the latest release of ACT Research’s Freight Forecast, U.S. Rate and Volume Outlook report, although April likely marked the bottom of the spot rate down cycle, elevated Class 8 build rates will limit near-term upside. read more

US Freight Cycle Near Bottom as Capacity Begins to Tighten

According to the latest release of the ACT Research’s Freight Forecast, U.S. Rate and Volume Outlook report, the freight cycle remains clearly weak but there are rays of light at the end of the tunnel. read more

ACT Research’s Pricing Index Hits Lowest Point Since April 2020

According to the latest release of ACT Research’s For-Hire Trucking Index, freight volumes improved but remained weak in March and rates declined further. The Pricing Index fell 5.4 points to 36.5 in March, marking the second lowest reading in the index’s history, with only April of 2020 being lower. read more

For-Hire Trucking Capacity Growth Rate on Path to Recovery

According to the latest release of ACT Research’s For-Hire Trucking Index, freight volumes and rates declined in February but rate trends should begin to recover once traction on freight volumes is established. read more

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