Driver Turnover Up, ATA Says

 

The American Trucking Associations released new data Jan. 28 on driver turnover at large truckload carriers that showed the turnover rate was up a point to 97% in the third quarter last year.

At less-than-truckload carriers, turnover was also up, rising to 13% from 11% the previous quarter, ATA said. For small truckload fleets, turnover was unchanged at 94% in Q3.

The driver market remains tight, according to ATA’s chief economist Bob Costello, and that continued economic growth could make the driver shortage more acute in coming months.

To read ATA’s press release online, go to www.truckline.org.

 

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