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Learn more about the TruckStop & FTR U.S. Spot Pressure Heatmap at this knowledgebase article:
Following the volatility of the prior two weeks, spot rates in the Truckstop system during the week ended March 17 (week 11) returned to the stability that had held sway during most of February. Rates were up slightly in flatbed and refrigerated but down slightly in dry van. Total spot load activity increased 1%. One factor in the stability might be a return to a largely calm weather pattern for the U.S. With winter ending, weather should not play a major role absent natural disasters.
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This exclusive FTR metric combines millions of transportation data points into one index to help shippers understand rate pressure across the industry.
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