TORONTO, Ont. — Canadian freight rates climbed 0.75% in November, according to the latest Canadian General Freight Index, compiled by Nulogx.
The base rate increased 0.24% in November when compared to October. Fuel surcharges accounted for 20.54% of the base rates in November, compared to 20.96% in October.
“Total Freight Costs have been on a slow steady increase for the past four months,” said Doug Payne, president and COO, Nulogx. “Once again, this increase applies to all segments – Domestic LTL & Truckload, Cross Border LTL and TL.”
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