ARLINGTON, Va. – U.S. trucking industry incomes were US$676.2 billion of every 2016, as per the most recent version of ATA American Trucking Trends, distributed by the American Trucking Associations (ATA).
“The data in Trends features precisely what I tell chose authorities, controllers and key chiefs consistently: trucking is truly the main thrust behind our extraordinary economy,” said ATA president and CEO Chris Spear. “Sheltered, solid and productive engine transporters empower organizations all through the store network to keep up lean inventories, in this way sparing the economy billions of dollars every year.”
“Patterns is the main place where you can locate a complete take a gander at the trucking business in one place,” included ATA boss financial analyst Bob Costello. “From financial execution to wellbeing to impose information, Trends is the one distribution that contains it all.”
Among the discoveries in the current year’s version:
Trucking created $676.2 billion, or 79.8% of the country’s cargo charge.
Trucks moved 10.42 billion tons of cargo – 70.6% of all residential cargo tonnage.
The country’s business trucks paid $41.3 billion in state and government parkway client charges and assessments. The normal five-pivot tractor trailer pays more than $5,600 in charges every year.
There were 33.8 million trucks enrolled for business purposes, including 3.68 million Class 8 trucks. Those trucks consumed 38.8 billion gallons of diesel fuel and 15.5 billion gallons of gas and voyaged 450.4 billion miles.
7.4 million Americans are utilized in trucking-related occupations, including 3.5 million as truck drivers. 6% of those drivers are ladies and 38.7% are minorities.
Trucking is an industry made up of private companies: 91% of engine bearers work six or less trucks and 97.3% work under 20.
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