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Intermodal Truck-Rail Freight Loads Drop
Intermodal traffic for truck-rail freight loads at major U.S. railroads dropped 3.1% for the week ending April 7 compared to the same period in 2000,
Anti-Jackknife Tractor-Trailer System Maker Forecasts Big Sales
Safe Transportation Systems (STS) of Bellingham, WA said fleet interest in its new anti-jackknifing tractor-trailer system has boosted it sales forecast
Viking Expands Reno Facility
LTL carrier Viking Freight Inc. has expanded its Reno, NV service center to increase its freight capacity. Thirty doors have been added to the facility,
Cardinal Taps Bowman
N.C.-based Cardinal Logistics Management, Inc. has tapped Jerry Bowman to be its executive vp and gm. He will be responsible for business development
TransCom Hopes for a Turnaround
Transportation Components Inc. (TransCom), a national distributor of replacement parts and supplies for commercial trucks and trailers, has made moves
EGL Gets Military Logistics Contract
Third-party logistics firm Eagle Global Logistics has been selected to operate a $33-million, third-party logistics pilot program for the Dept. of Defense’s
Diesel Prices On the Rise
The U.S. average retail price for diesel fuel rose yesterday for the first time in nine weeks, increasing $0.012 to $1.391 gal, the U.S. Department of
Huerta Joins Lockheed Martin
Michael Huerta, former chief of staff for the U.S. DOT and former head of the port agencies in both New York City and San Francisco, has joined the IMS
Transportation Logistics Names New Chief
Transportation Logistics International Inc. has named Ronald P. Sorci as its CEO. He will replace company chairman Mike Margolies in that capacity. Sorci,
New Penn Wins Carrier Award
New Penn Motor Express Inc., a subsidiary of Arnold Industries Inc., earned a rating of 100% on-time delivery to receive the 2000 LTL Re-Distribution
Transportation Logistics Names New Chief
Transportation Logistics International Inc. has named Ronald P. Sorci as its CEO. He will replace company chairman Mike Margolies in that capacity. Sorci,
Volvo Recalls Some Heavy-Duty Trucks
Volvo Trucks North America Inc. has recalled 1,577 heavy-duty trucks built between November 1997 and August 1999 because they were shipped with inaccurate
Volvo Sign Agreement With Iranian Manufacturer
Volvo Trucks has signed a new cooperative agreement with Saipa Diesel of Iran to manufacture 1,500 heavy trucks a year. The deal was signed in October
Kenworth Makes Dana Spicer Axle Standard on All Class 8s
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Kenworth Truck Co. announced yesterday at the Mid-America Truck Show that the Dana Spicer Premium-40 tandem drive axle will become standard
President of USF Worldwide Logistics Resigns
USFreightways Corp. has announced that Doug Christensen, formerly president and CEO of USF Worldwide Logistics, has left the company to pursue other opportunities.
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