Tuesday, January 23, 2018
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DSC Logistics Celebrates 50th Anniversary

DSC Logistics Celebrates 50th Anniversary

CHICAGO — DSC Logistics, a company that began in 1960 as a single warehouse and has transformed to become one of the nation’s leading logistics and supply chain management partners, kicked-off its 50th Anniversary celebration Wednesday.

Knight Transportation 1Q profit rises on volume

Knight Transportation 1Q profit rises on volume

PHOENIX — Trucking operator Knight Transportation Inc. said Wednesday that its first-quarter profit rose on increased revenue from fuel surcharges and freight volumes.

Marten Transport profit falls on higher costs

Marten Transport profit falls on higher costs

MONDOVI, Wis. — Marten Transport Ltd., which hauls food and other consumer goods in temperature-controlled trucks, said Tuesday its profit fell despite an increase in fuel-surcharge revenue.

Paccar 1st-quarter profit more than doubles

Paccar 1st-quarter profit more than doubles

BELLEVUE, Wash. — Paccar Inc. said Tuesday its first-quarter earnings more than doubled on stronger North American truck sales and an improvement in its parts and financial services businesses worldwide.

Teamsters leaders, ABF agree on relief plan

Teamsters leaders, ABF agree on relief plan

WASHINGTON — Teamsters local leaders on April 19 “overwhelmingly” endorsed a plan to reduce wages15 percent at ABF Freight System Inc., the less-than-truckload carrier that has seen its historically strong financial position eroded by the recession. The union says the deal will protect thousands of members’ jobs and benefits.

Heavy-duty truck orders improve but still weak, ACT says

Heavy-duty truck orders improve but still weak, ACT says

COLUMBUS, IN – Net orders for heavy-duty Class 8 commercial vehicles rose to 11,285 units in March, up 28 percent from March 2009, according to commercial vehicle market alayst ACT Research Co.

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