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Werner Enterprises Expands Terminal in Laredo, Texas

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Werner Enterprises Inc. finished a project to improve and expand the truckload company’s Laredo, Texas, terminal, the company announced Dec. 14.

Transport Topics
December 14, 2016
Business, Logistics

Swift Lawsuit Reinstated; Marten Case Dismissed

A class-action lawsuit filed by more than 80,000 drivers against Swift Transportation has been reinstated after a ruling from the Arizona Court of Appeals, but another lawsuit against Marten Transport was dismissed by the U.S. Court of Appeals.

Ari Ashe | Staff Reporter
July 25, 2016
Business

Werner's Second-Quarter Earnings to Trail Analyst Expectations

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Werner Enterprises Inc. said difficult rate negotiations, lower spot-market prices and other factors in a sluggish freight market would reduce its second-quarter earnings to a range of 21 cents to 25 cents per share, which is below the average estimate of 40 cents per share based on Bloomberg’s analyst survey.

Transport Topics
June 21, 2016
Business

Clarence Werner, Carrier’s Founder, Steps Down as CEO, Succeeded by Leathers

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Werner Enterprises Inc. said Clarence L. Werner, the company’s founder and first driver, has stepped down from his CEO position, which is being taken by Derek Leathers, the company’s president.

Transport Topics
May 12, 2016
Business

Difficult Freight Market Hurts Truckload Earnings

John Sommers for TT

The initial round of first-quarter truckload earnings sounded a negative note, with three of four large carriers reporting weaker results in a tough freight environment.

Rip Watson | Senior Reporter
April 25, 2016
Business

Werner Raises Fourth-Quarter Profit; Landstar Earnings Drop Slightly

Werner Enterprises Inc., which ranks No. 16 on the Transport Topics Top 100 list of the largest U.S. and Canadian for-hire carriers, raised fourth-quarter net income 12% to $36.6 million, or 51 cents per share, and No. 10 Landstar earnings dipped 2% to $37.9 million, or 88 cents.

Transport Topics
January 29, 2016
Business

Werner Kicks Off 60th Anniversary Celebration; Plans Set for New Pennsylvania Terminal

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Global Transportation and logistics company Werner Enterprises Inc. kicked off a yearlong celebration to mark its 60th anniversary, and the company has big plans for the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania.

Anthony Salamone | The Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.)
January 7, 2016
Business

Werner Increasing Pay for 1,400 Drivers

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Werner Enterprises Inc. is increasing pay for about 1,400 drivers by an average of $5,000, effective Jan. 1.

Transport Topics
December 1, 2015
Business

Werner Launches 3-Year Mechanic Apprenticeship Program for Veterans

Werner Enterprises has started a 36-month diesel mechanic apprenticeship program that the truckload carrier said has been approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Transport Topics
November 23, 2015
Business

Werner Enterprises Raises Owner-Operator Pay

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Werner Enterprises Inc. announced a pay increase of 8 cents per mile for its solo van owner-operators who run nationwide routes that provides an increase of about $10,000 in gross revenue annually.

Transport Topics
November 10, 2015

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