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Trucking industry revenue per shipment in Canada drops in 2015

According to updated numbers released by Canada National Statistical Office, the variable barely went down by 1.48% compared with 2014. The indicator diminished hardly by 8.7 Canadian Dollar, contrarily to the previous year when it grew by 7.04 percent. The overall changes for the prior 12 years attained an increase of 38.76%. As well as it has shown a 0.01 percent CAGR during the 5 years with a negligible overall raise since the start of time series. It averaged 508.91 Canadian Dollar from 2004 to 2015 and it reached its all-time high of 588.94 Canadian Dollar in 2014 and record low of 418.15 Canadian Dollar in 2004.

Trucking industry revenue per shipment in Canada drops in 2015
Date Canadian Dollar Variation
2015 580.24 -1.48
2014 588.94 7.04
2013 550.18 2.27
2012 537.99 -1.14
2011 544.19 12.56
2010 483.48 -0.55
2009 486.15 -5.07
2008 512.12 5.4
2007 485.89 4.65
2006 464.32 2

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Main Freight Indicators

  • Freight Volume

    Measure of the volume of goods carried by road, rail, air or sea, usually in freight tonne-kilometres. One freight tonne-kilometre represents one metric tonne of freight revenue load carried one kilometre. It is an indicator of the intensity of freight transport activities. Based on: Eurostat.

  • Freight Carrying Capacity

    Measurement of the weight a seagoing vessel can carry. It can be measured in deadweight tonnes (DWT, represents the difference in tonnes between the displacement of a ship on summer load-line in water with a specific gravity of 1.025 and the total weight of the ship, i.e. the displacement in tonnes of a ship without cargo, fuel, lubricating oil, ballast water, fresh water and drinking water in the tanks, usable supplies as well as passengers, crew and their possessions) or in gross tonnage (GT, measure of the size of a ship considering the moulded volume of all enclosed spaces of the ship). Based on: Eurostat.

  • Surface Freight Value

    Value of goods carried by surface modes, which include truck, rail, pipeline, government mail and other miscullaneous modes. Usually measured in million US dollars or in any national currency. It is an indicator of the value and modal patterns of freight transportation. Based on: Eurostat.

  • Container Traffic Volume

    Measures the volume of containerized goods traffic in Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit (TEU). TEU is a statistical unit based on an ISO container of 20 foot length (6.10 m) to provide a standardised measure of containers of various capacities and for describing the capacity of container ships or terminals. One 20 foot ISO container equals 1 TEU. Based on: Eurostat

  • Container Handling At Ports

    Volume of containers loaded, unloaded or handeld at a dock, quay or wharf. Usually measured in Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit (TEU). TEU is a statistical unit based on an ISO container of 20 foot length (6.10 m) to provide a standardised measure of containers of various capacities and for describing the capacity of conatiner ships or terminals. One 20 foot ISO container equals 1 TEU. Based on: Eurostat.

  • Cargo Volume

    Volume of transported goods, usually measured in Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit (TEU). TEU is a statistical unit based on an ISO container of 20 foot length (6.10 m) to provide a standardised measure of containers of various capacities and for describing the capacity of conatiner ships or terminals. One 20 foot ISO container equals 1 TEU. Based on: Eurostat.