Government
Business, Safety, Government

P.A.M.’s 1Q Income Slips

Truckload carrier P.A.M. Transportation Services’ first-quarter net income fell to $1.3 million or 12 cents a share, from $5.2 million or 50 cents last year.

Transport Topics
May 3, 2007
Business, Safety, Government

House Sets Some Restrictions on Mexican-Trucks Plan

Mexican trucking companies would be barred from handling U.S. domestic shipments, under a bill approved by the House Transportation Committee, Bloomberg reported.

Transport Topics
May 3, 2007
Business, Safety, Government

ISM Services Index Gains

The Institute for Supply Management’s services index rose to 56 in April from 52.4 in March, ISM said Thursday.

Transport Topics
May 3, 2007
Business, Government, Safety

Productivity Rises in First Quarter

First-quarter U.S. worker productivity rose 1.7%, the Labor Department said Thursday.

Transport Topics
May 3, 2007
Business, Logistics, Government

TIA Says Customs to Expedite Request for Logistics Firms to Join C-TPAT

By Dan Leone, Staff Reporter

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May 2, 2007
Business, Safety, Government

Patriot’s 2Q Income Gains

Patriot Transportation Holding said its net income rose to $2.6 million or 83 cents a share for its fiscal second quarter, from $1.7 million or 56 cents a year earlier.

Transport Topics
May 2, 2007
Business, Safety, Government

Letters to the Editor: SafeStat, Corrosion Issues

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SafeStat Rebuked

May 2, 2007
Business, Safety, Government

Safety & Security Briefs — April 26 - May 2

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May 2, 2007
Business, Government

Factory Orders Jump 3.1%

Factory orders jumped 3.1% in March, the biggest gain in a year, the Commerce Department said Wednesday.

Transport Topics
May 2, 2007
Business, Safety, Government

Total Settles Exel Suit for $10 Million

Exel Transportation Services said it had settled its suit again Total Transportation Services, with Total paying Exel $10 million after Exel alleged unlawful access to trade secrets and other confidential and proprietary information.

Transport Topics
May 2, 2007

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