HomeNewsUSA NewsDiesel Average Is Up 1.2¢ in Seventh Consecutive Increase USA News Diesel Average Is Up 1.2¢ in Seventh Consecutive Increase By Last Mile Logistics June 14, 2021 0 610 LinkedinTwitterFacebookPinterestEmail The nationwide average price of diesel fuel increased by 1.2 cents over the past week to $3.286 a gallon, according to data released June 14 by the Energy Information Administration. Source: https://www.ttnews.com/articles/diesel-average-12c-seventh-consecutive-increase#:~:text=%5BStay%20on%20top%20of%20transportation,by%20the%20Energy%20Information%20Administration. Like this:Like Loading... Tagsdiesel pricegas LinkedinTwitterFacebookPinterestEmail Previous articleNZ Post investing millions as delivery business grows amid pandemicNext articleTighter US freight capacity driving 3PL growth, mergers Last Mile Logistics RELATED ARTICLES News Fleet Enable bringing final-mile tech to air cargo market Last Mile Logistics - January 18, 2023 USA News Logistics Studio’s new automation target: pricing Last Mile Logistics - December 29, 2022 USA News Fleet Enable named a top startup in logistics tech Last Mile Logistics - December 16, 2022 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Most Popular Tactical Design of Same-Day Delivery Systems January 27, 2023 Routing and Scheduling for a Last-Mile Transportation System January 27, 2023 Constrained Local Search for Last-Mile Routing January 24, 2023 Crowdsourced order-fulfillment policies using in-store customers January 24, 2023 Load more Recent Comments Buying Hot Wheels Has Become Almost As Hard As Buying An … – Jalopnik – Auto Robot Demo on The Covid-19 Shortage that Stole Christmas Buying Hot Wheels Is Almost As Hard As Buying Actual Cars - swifttelecast on The Covid-19 Shortage that Stole Christmas Rafał Świerczyński on Parcel lockers in Poland: Boom or just a war of declarations? Stacey on Parcel lockers in Poland: Boom or just a war of declarations? HelloPixels on Ramadan: A Marketing Opportunity For Middle-East Retailers Stanley Lim on Changes in the way Uber drivers are paid in the UK. Does it mean global changes?