ATA Truck Tonnage Index off 4.5%

May 2009
Trailer / Body Builders;May2009, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p15
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The article reports on the decline of the seasonally adjusted (SA) For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index of the American Trucking Associations in March 2009 by 4.5%. It is said that the SA index reached 101.4, which it adds was the lowest level since March 2002. The not-seasonally adjusted index rose by 10.2%. Tonnage contraction for the month was 12.2% lower than in March 2008.


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