GCTL8.com (FocusAsia  Media Ltd

CHICAGO, Dec 28 (FAM) – The Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA) recently unveiled that its index for freight rates for west coast and inland point intermodal (IPI) services went up by 1.2 points to 76.44 points in October, suffering a decrease of 4.76 points from a year earlier, although registering a month-on-month improvement for the fourth consecutive month.

The TSA Revenue Index, which sets June 2008 as its baseline of 100 points, for services destined to the east coast of North America and the Gulf Coast of the U.S. increased by 3.8 points to 67.75 points, but was down by 10.9 points from October 2015.