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Do You Have the Transportation Capacity for a Strong 2022?

Recent COVID-19 vaccine and testing regulations, particularly for cross-border drivers, may impact the cost of freight. Here’s how to ensure your capacity remains steady throughout Q4 and 2022. Regulations of the COVID-19 vaccination status of drivers varies greatly depending on region. Over the past month, US and Canadian regulations have… Read More

LiVe Logistics Recertified as a SmartWay Partner by the EPA

LiVe Logistics has renewed its SmartWay Certification, a program developed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to monitor and advance supply chain sustainability. Over the past two decades, national freight activity grew by over 50%, posing a threat to environmental health from C02 emissions. According to the EPA, global freight… Read More

Monthly Transportation Summary: September 2021

SONAR's Monthly Report is a gold-standard of industry analytics. Below is a summary of September’s report along with our observations. Key points: Truck driver shortages are expected to be in issue indefinitely The rise in tender rejection rates is another key factor in rising trucking costs Additional supply chain capacity… Read More
FreightWaves from SONAR

Continued Uncertainty Expected in the Freight Market Throughout 2022

The volatility caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will likely continue well into 2022 – and beyond. Here’s how you can navigate the uncertainty. 2021 brought one of the most difficult, competitive transportation markets to date, spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chain issues, and a volatile economic atmosphere. With continued… Read More

Monthly Transportation Update: July 2021

We’ve found SONAR’s Monthly Market Update to be incredibly useful at understanding and predicting logistics and transportation trends and freight pricing. Below are a few key parts of the most recent report. Overall Freight Market Update “The national freight market remained tight across all major modes. Spot rates eased slightly… Read More
FreightWaves from SONAR