Wednesday, January 17, 2018
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YRC reports 4Q profit, but on shaky ground

YRC reports 4Q profit, but on shaky ground

NEW YORK — YRC Worldwide, one of the country's largest trucking companies, said that it had returned to a profit during the fourth quarter, but also underscored its precarious financial situation.

Arrow celebrates 60th anniversary; founder retires

Arrow celebrates 60th anniversary; founder retires

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Arrow Truck Sales Inc. is celebrating its 60th year as a retailer of used, heavy and medium duty trucks and trailers in North America.

Cummins optimistic, targets record sales in 2012

Cummins optimistic, targets record sales in 2012

NEW YORK — Cummins Inc. is well positioned to take advantage of a number of long-term economic and market trends and is optimistic about its prospects for sustained profitable growth, members of senior leadership told investment analysts Tuesday.

Housing construction drops 5.9 pct in February

Housing construction drops 5.9 pct in February

WASHINGTON — Housing construction fell in February as winter blizzards held down activity in the Northeast and South. The decline highlighted the challenges facing builders as they struggle to emerge from the worst housing slump in decades.

FleetPride acquires express Truck Parts Inc.

FleetPride acquires express Truck Parts Inc.

THE WOODLANDS, Texas — FleetPride Inc., an independent aftermarket distributor of heavy-duty truck and trailer parts, has acquired the assets of Express Truck Parts Inc. in San Jose, Calif.

NasTrac reports ‘significant’ decline in trucking repos

NasTrac reports ‘significant’ decline in trucking repos

WESTBURY, N.Y. — Repossessions and liquidations of trucking equipment in the fourth quarter of 2009 declined significantly as compared to similar figures from 2008, according to Nassau Asset Management’s NasTrac Quarterly Index.

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