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Recent Increase in Driver Turnover for Large Fleets

Transport Topics reports that in the first quarter of this year, driver turnover “reached the highest level in nearly three years” for larger fleets ($30 million in revenue or more). Mikes points out that smaller fleets are more inclined to have less turnover as they “tend to have shorter lengths of haul, which gives drivers more time at home.” To read more about the recent increase in driver turnover, click here.

Survey Places Carriers “In the Driver’s Seat” Over the Year Ahead

Fleet Owner reports on TCP’s recent Business Expectation Survey and that trucking looking up over the next year. Read the full article.


Carrier Expectations Still Strong reports on TCP’s second quarter Business Expectations Survey that found that carrier expectations are still strong with more than 80 percent of carriers expecting volume increases in the next 12 months. Read the full article.

Eighty Percent of Carriers Expecting Volume Increases

Automotive World: The recent Second Quarter Business Expectations Survey from Transport Capital Partners (TCP) has reported that more than 80% of the US freight hauliers/carriers responding were expecting volume increases… Read the full article.