Cargo carriers will pay less for road freight. The National Land Transport Agency (ANTT) published in the Official Gazette of the Union (DOU) The new minimum price table of road freight, which considers the recent drop in diesel.
Freights will have average reductions of 2.89% to 3.68%, depending on the type of shipment. In a note, ANTT informed that it complied with the Law 14.445/2022which determines the table correction whenever the diesel value oscillates more than 5% down or up.
“For the adjustment, ANTT analyzed the price index table published by the National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP). Between September 28 and October 1, the average consumer price of Diesel S10 was R$ 6.73 per liter, which resulted in an accumulated variation percentage, since the publication of Suroc Ordinance nº 214, of August 22, of -5.61% – when the last readjustment in the freight table took place”, informed ANTT in a note.
Each table had a type of reduction. In table A, for road freight transport, freight was 2.89% cheaper, on average. In table B, of operations with the contracting only of the cargo vehicle, the average retraction reached 3.21%.
For table C, high-performance road freight transport, the value of freight fell by 3.37% on average. For Table D, which includes operations only with high-performance cargo vehicles, the average reduction reached 3.68%.