Friday, January 19, 2018
Business
Missouri Workplace Development honors Averitt for employing veterans

Missouri Workplace Development honors Averitt for employing veterans

ST. LOUIS — The Missouri Division of Workplace Development recently recognized Averitt Express for its commitment to hiring military veterans, presenting Averitt with the Flag of Freedom honor as part of its Show-Me Heroes program.

December truck sales tepid but best month of quarter; annual total at 192,663

December truck sales tepid but best month of quarter; annual total at 192,663

If you’re looking for the silver lining in an otherwise lackluster year for Class 8 truck sales in the United States, it is that December held true to a 14-year tradition by posting the highest number of monthly 4th-quarter sales or that Kenworth had its best month since the red-hot year of 2006 when fleets and owner-operators were rushing to pre-buy trucks to avoid the 2007 emissions rule change.

Kinedyne undergoes major relocation, consolidation and expansion

Kinedyne undergoes major relocation, consolidation and expansion

PRATTVILLE, Ala. — Kinedyne, a global manufacturer and distributor of cargo control products for the transportation industry, said it is close to completing a major relocation, consolidation and expansion effort designed to make the company more efficient, competitive and responsive to its customers’ needs.

XPO Logistics awarded contract for Cummins’ Global Aftermarket Distribution Center

XPO Logistics awarded contract for Cummins’ Global Aftermarket Distribution Center

GREENWICH, Conn. — XPO Logistics, a global provider of transportation and logistics solutions, has been awarded a supply chain contract by global power provider Cummins to support Cummins customers worldwide.

Dupré Logistics adds branch locations in Dallas, Buffalo

Dupré Logistics adds branch locations in Dallas, Buffalo

LAFAYETTE, La. — Dupré Logistics has added Dallas and Buffalo, New York as the sites for new branch offices to expand its brokerage and 3PL groups.

Pilot Flying J expands travel center network in 2016

Pilot Flying J expands travel center network in 2016

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Pilot Flying J, the largest operator of travel centers in North America, expanded in 2016 by adding 58 additional locations, the company reported January 11.

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