Trucking-related revenue hits $312 billion

January 2008
Trailer / Body Builders;Jan2008, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p5
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The article reports on the increase in revenue for truck-related services in 2006, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The revenue for truck transportation, couriers and messengers, and warehousing and storage amounted to $312 billion compared with $293 billion in 2005. Commercial trucks in the country traveled 91 billion miles in 2006 generating revenues of $220 billion. The revenue from truck transportation with Canada, Mexico and other destinations reached $8 billion.


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