NEW YORK, April 26 (Reuters) - U.S. trucks moved more freight in March than in February and was up year-on-year, the first such increase since June 2006, according to the Truck Tonnage Index released by the American Trucking Associations on Thursday. The advanced seasonally adjusted index increased 1.2 percent in March, following a 1.6 percent rise in February, the ATA said in a release. The tonnage index rose to 114.6 (2000=100) in March from 113.3 in February. The index increased 1.6 ...
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