This week and during the rest of January, diesel fuel prices remain even After enduring a steady increase at the pump that saw prices rise nearly twelve cents in the last weeks of 2016, January diesel fuel prices remained steady, only fluxing 2.4 cents. Down for the third week in a row, but only seven tenths of a cent, the national average of on-highway diesel fuel prices fell to $2.562. Prices are still
Cargo theft reporting reveals the most incidents recorded in 2017 This week in cargo theft reporting produced the highest number of events to date in the new year. At least two thefts occurred per day, with the majority happening on Sunday the 22nd and Monday the 23rd. Eighteen incidents were recorded from January 18-24, up an astonishing eleven from last week. Eight extra events from the week of January 10-17 were received
New Q&A explains annual reporting obligations for 3PL provider facilities The FDA clarified annual reporting requisites for 3PL provider facilities that handle prescription drugs. The Q&A format focuses on the most frequently asked questions that commenters had about the previously published draft guidance. The document, which was released on January ninth, clarifies who, what, when and how 3PL provider facilities should report to the FDA. What 3PL provider facilities need to know: Any 3PL
Diesel fuel prices fall, but only slightly Truckers find relief at the the pump when diesel fuel prices fall again this week. Though the price reduction wasn’t considerable, this marks the second week in a row that diesel saw a decline. The national average of on-highway diesel fuel prices decreased to $2.569, down just 1.6 cents from the last week. According to last year’s numbers, prices have increased nearly fifty cents from when
Diesel fuel prices drop after weeks on the rise After a six week climb to prices that haven’t been seen at the pump since summer of 2015, diesel fuel prices drop only marginally. The national average of on-highway diesel fuel prices fell slightly to $2.585, down 1.2 cents from the prior week. However, prices have inflated 47.3 cents more than the same time last year, when diesel was $2.112 a gallon, as
Texas reports most incidents in January 11-17 cargo theft report Seven incidents were recorded in the January 11-17 cargo theft report, down two from the week prior. Four additional events from 1/3-1/10 were received this week by CargoNet, the industry leader in cargo theft prevention and recovery. This week Texas took back the top cargo theft hot spot from California after a two-week streak. One of the incidents was classed as fraud,
California reports most incidents in January 4-10 cargo theft report Nine incidents were recorded in the January 4-10 cargo theft report, four more than the week prior. Five additional cargo theft incidents from 12/27-1/3 were received this week by CargoNet. For the second week in a row, California was the country’s cargo theft hot spot with three reported thefts. The stolen commodities included a tractor, which was taken from a warehouse/distribution center,
Diesel fuel prices Jan. 13 go up for sixth consecutive week Rising diesel fuel prices continue to trend in 2017, climbing for a sixth straight week to numbers that haven’t been seen at the pump since August 2015. The national average of on-highway diesel fuel prices rose moderately to $2.597, up 1.1 cents from the prior week. However, prices have inflated 42 cents more than the same time last year, when diesel
California and electronics were top targets for January 10 cargo theft Five incidents were recorded from January 10 cargo theft reports, two more than the week prior. Thirteen additional cargo theft incidents from 12/21-12/27 were received this week by CargoNet. The majority of thefts occurred on Christmas Eve and Tuesday the 27th. California was the targeted hot spot of the week with five reported thefts. Sixty percent of the cargo stolen was electronics.
Food and beverage was the hottest commodity for December 21-27 cargo theft Three incidents were recorded in the December 21-27 cargo theft report, nine less than the prior week. Seven additional incidents from 12/13-12/20 were received this week by CargoNet. All of the events were categorized as thefts and the majority occurred on Tuesday and Wednesday 12/20-21. Illinois and Texas were this week’s top cargo theft trouble spots with two reported incidents each.