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FTR: Class 8 orders fell in February, up year-over-year

Despite the 9% drop from January, FTR says net orders for February are up 11% year-to-year, according to preliminary data.

ACT Research: Freight capacity decline likely to continue

The latest release of ACT’s For-Hire Trucking Index reflects the slowly progressing freight market recovery.

ELFA: January new business volume up 6% Y/Y

Despite falling from December’s high, the association’s earlier predictions of a strong start to 2024 are still on track.

Class 8 orders strong in February

Even when seasonally adjusted, ACT says preliminary order numbers for February are up 5% over January.

ACT Research: 2024 could see trucking recovery

Despite trucking demand remaining weak, ACT Research says imports and international data indicate positive trends in 2024.

Scania reports 2023 growth in sales, progress on sustainability

The company says sales and performance are increasing as they move toward the goal of electrification, but there are challenges along the way.

FTR Trucking Conditions Index falls in December

FTR says the drop was mostly due to higher capital cost and a deterioration in freight rates, a trend that could stretch into 2024.

Fullbay: Repair shop sales and labor rates rose in 2023

A new report shows that counter sales and labor rates rose significantly in 2023 from the previous year.

ACT Research: Trailer orders dip as cancellations climb

Preliminary data for net trailer orders in January seems to follow a continued softening trend, according to ACT Research.

Good News! Parts, labor costs fell slightly Q4 2023

Decisiv, TMC Benchmarking Report shows trend reversal from previous quarter.

ACT Research: Used Class 8 sales start 2024 strong

The preliminary numbers for January show used Class 8 trucks are selling well compared to both last month, and last year.

ACT Research: January Class 8 demand above replacement level

Despite the increase in Class 8 tractor orders, ACT president Kenny Veith still sees a risk for rapid inventory escalation, this year.