After a slow drop in available loads across the country in August, the month of September brought a slight increase in loads to match levels seen in late July. While that is positive, available loads this year are still far below levels experienced last year.
The accompanying reflects the variance in number of available outbound loads the past two months from the 90-day average. You’ll see that the Pacific Northwest and Western New York areas populate the outbound trending leaders. Typical high volume areas in Alabama and Texas have seen significant drops in volume the past two months. Overall, two-thirds of the markets tracked by ZMac experienced declines in the average number of available loads the past two months.
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