NASHVILLE, Ind. — The share of domestic intermodal revenue movements accounted for by moves of 1,000 miles or less has declined in the past year, a recent analysis by FTR Associates shows.
NORTH LIBERTY, Iowa — Trucking company Heartland Express Inc. cited smaller gains on disposal of property and equipment and increased depreciation expense related to the purchase of new tractors as it reported Monday a nearly 16 percent drop in first-quarter profit despite slightly higher revenue.
OMAHA, Neb. — Werner Enterprises Inc. said Monday that its first-quarter profit jumped 57 percent as its revenue from fuel surcharges and non-trucking services rose and its labor costs fell.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) April 18 announced new three-year collective bargaining agreements for three of its U.S. manufacturing plants. The contracts, which are effective today, cover employees in the company's Mt. Holly and Cleveland Truck Manufacturing Plants, and Gastonia Components and Logistics Plant. Plant workers in all three facilities are represented by the United Auto Workers (UAW).
OMAHA, Neb. — Werner Enterprises reports it has been chosen as the second most trusted mid-cap company on the 2010 Forbes 100 Most Trustworthy Companies list. Werner Enterprises was chosen for consistently demonstrating transparent and conservative accounting practices and solid corporate governance and management.
WASHINGTON — Housing construction posted a better-than-expected performance in March, rising to the highest level in 16 months on the strength of multi-family homes.