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Shipco's Domestic services help cultivate a complete one stop shopping experience for all your cargo needs. We can pick up cargo right from your door, and delivery is just as easy. Our flexible Transportation Management System (TMS) covers both FTL (full truck load) and LTL (less than truck load) to help ensure that your products are picked up and delivered to the right place, at the right time.

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  • An extensive network of national, regional and local transport providers, including over 60 asset based motor carriers to reduce cost and increase service controls
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  • Variety of LTL, FTL and specialty equipment types
  • Spot Rate options for larger shipments
  • TSA approved carrier options
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News
No Sign of Freight Downturn, U.S. Manufacturing Activity Strong

Five of the six biggest manufacturing industries in the U.S. registered moderate-to-strong growth in April. The Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) recorded an April reading of 55.4%, confirming the economy has expanded for 23-months in succession, but dipped -1.7% compared to the previous month.“Manufacturing performed well for the 23rd straight month, with demand registering slower month-over-month growth (likely due to extended lead times and decades-high material price increases) and consumption softening (due to labor force constraints),” says Timothy R. Fiore, Chair of the Institute for Supply Management.According to IHS Markit PIERS, April import container volumes were up by 11% m/m and 8% y/y. Despite the ongoing port delays in China, higher import volumes are expected in the coming months as the backload on the Trans-Pacific trade lane starts moving again.Based on the latest import data from PIERS, April import volumes in Los Angeles and Long Beach increased by 1% and 8% m/m, respectively. New York and Savannah increased by 5% and 32% m/m respectively. The import volume shift away from the congested West Coast continues. April import volumes on the East Coast were up 14% y/y while the West Coast was down 1%.West Coast truckload capacity continues to loosen despite increasing import volumes, and on the high-volume lane between Los Angeles and Chicago, spot rates hit a new 12-month low last week, dropping by 51%. Rates East to Phoenix are also down. Los Angeles to Phoenix rates have also declined.Dry van load post volumes have recorded three weeks of successive gains. Compared to the previous year, load post volumes are down 35%. Carrier equipment posts were flat last week, the dry van load-to-truck ratio has increased for the fourth week in a row from 3.78 to 4.01.

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News

No Sign of Freight Downturn, U.S. Manufacturing Activity Strong

Five of the six biggest manufacturing industries in the U.S. registered moderate-to-strong growth in April. The Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) recorded an April reading of 55.4%, confirming the economy has expanded for 23-months in succession, but dipped -1.7% compared to the previous month.“Manufacturing performed well for the 23rd straight month, with demand registering slower month-over-month growth (likely due to extended lead times and decades-high material price increases) and consumption softening (due to labor force constraints),” says Timothy R. Fiore, Chair of the Institute for Supply Management.According to IHS Markit PIERS, April import container volumes were up by 11% m/m and 8% y/y. Despite the ongoing port delays in China, higher import volumes are expected in the coming months as the backload on the Trans-Pacific trade lane starts moving again.Based on the latest import data from PIERS, April import volumes in Los Angeles and Long Beach increased by 1% and 8% m/m, respectively. New York and Savannah increased by 5% and 32% m/m respectively. The import volume shift away from the congested West Coast continues. April import volumes on the East Coast were up 14% y/y while the West Coast was down 1%.West Coast truckload capacity continues to loosen despite increasing import volumes, and on the high-volume lane between Los Angeles and Chicago, spot rates hit a new 12-month low last week, dropping by 51%. Rates East to Phoenix are also down. Los Angeles to Phoenix rates have also declined.Dry van load post volumes have recorded three weeks of successive gains. Compared to the previous year, load post volumes are down 35%. Carrier equipment posts were flat last week, the dry van load-to-truck ratio has increased for the fourth week in a row from 3.78 to 4.01.

DAT Market Conditions

DAT Dry Van