U.S. Bank: Truck freight volumes continue to decline
The fourth quarter 2022 decline points to potential capacity tightening.
U.S. Bank: Truck freight shipments, spending contract in third quarter
Truck freight volume contracted 2.6% compared to the second quarter and 4.9% year-over-year, according to the third quarter 2022 U.S. Bank Freight Payment Index released today. The Index revealed spending by shippers also dropped in the third quarter. This was the steepest quarterly drop in shipments since the first three months of 2021. A strong uptick in freight
U.S. Bank Freight Payment Index: Strong gains in Q4 ahead of anticipated tariff increases in early 2019
The U.S. Bank Freight Payment Index—a tool designed to assess the current state of the freight industry in the United States—showed signs of a spending rebound compared to the third quarter in 2018, with indications growth will continue, but at a slower rate in 2019, the company found. Solid holiday sales, increases in wages and
Quarles, U.S. Bank gives access to Voyager Network fleet partners
U.S. Bank and commercial fuel station operator Quarles Petroleum have reached an agreement that gives holders of the U.S. Bank Voyager Fleet Card, or any of the bank’s Voyager Network fleet partners, access to 125 Quarles unattended card-lock stations in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, North Carolina, Delaware and West Virginia. “Quarles provides our Voyager Network cardholders