The Canadian spot segment was at flat level in November, as indicated by TransCore Link Logistics. Load and truck accessibility were generally even. Burdens expanded preceding Black Friday, however dropped pointedly only before the beginning of the shopping binge as most a minute ago loads were offered by at that point. November finished with a solid execution as winter celebrations and occasions gave some extra cargo. Load volumes were down 4% from October, and down 31% year-over-year. Intra-Canada loads were down 14% y-o-y, while cross-fringe postings were down 41% y-o-y (southbound) and 31% y-o-y (northbound). Hardware postings likewise fell 5% from October, yet were up 38% year-over-year. There were 3.2 trucks accessible for each heap, contrasted with 3.22 in October. Year-over-year, nonetheless, the truck-to-stack proportion climbed 99% from 1.61 last November.