What is Cass Truckload Linehaul Index?
The Cass Truckload Linehaul Index® is a measure of market fluctuations in per-mile truckload linehaul rates, independent of additional cost components such as fuel and accessorials.
What is the Cass Freight Index?
About The Cass Freight Indexes The Cass shipments index is a measure of the number of intra-continental freight shipments across North America, for everything from raw materials to finished goods. All domestic modes are included, with truckload moves accounting for more than 50% of shipments and LTL about 25%.
What is truckload freight index?
FreightWaves National Truckload Index (NTI) is a seven-day moving average of spot rates that measures the U.S. for-hire, over-the-road dry van trucking market: Covering 250,000 lanes. Representing 8.7 million loads. Published 365 days of the year. Over 1,200 days of historical data.
What does Cass stand for in freight?
Cargo Account Settlement Systems (CASS) is designed to simplify the billing and settling of accounts between airlines and freight forwarders.
What is line haul?
Line haul logistics refers to the movement of freight or goods across different modes of transport by land, air, waterway, between distant cities, ports or even warehouses. While the routes are fixed, the goods transported can vary in volume and weight, from small documents to heavy pallets.
What is the coyote curve?
The Coyote Curve is our proprietary spot rate index built with data from over 10,000 daily shipments. To make the best use of the forecast, it’s helpful to know how the trucking industry works.