Trucking Conditions Index Eased in July, but Conditions Remain Robust for Carriers
Trucking Conditions Index (TCI) for July declined to 10.78 from 12.61 in June. Market conditions are still robust for carriers despite some modest easing over the past three months from the record TCI posted in April.
Shippers Conditions for July is the Best Reading for the Index This Year
Shippers Conditions Index (SCI) for July, although still in negative territory at -8.07, was the best reading for the index since 2020. The July SCI improved significantly from the June reading of -12.0.
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