US less-than-truckload carriers are pursuing rate increases this fall, and earlier than in previous years in some cases. The majority of LTL freight moves under contract and won’t be affected by the general rate increases, but the general rate increases signal carrier resolve to increase pricing despite what’s been a lackluster freight market in 2016.
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