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Data thru December 31, 2015
Location: Louisville, Ky.Stock/Ownership: Leadership:James Stone (President); Dave Donohue (CFO)Revenue (000): $494,912
Mercer Transportation (flatbed/heavy specialized, dry van TL, freight brokerage)
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MONTRÉAL — Mercer Transportation Co. is a regular at the Mid-America Trucking Show because the flatbed carrier and MATS share Louisville, Ky., as a hometown — but that was not a reason to avoid ExpoCam.
UPS Inc. is considering a $106 million expansion of its ground hub in Lexington, according to state government officials.
Several truck and trailer manufacturers said they would prefer to see the annual Mid-America Trucking Show held every other year, echoing Daimler Trucks North America’s recent call for the continent’s largest trucking show to move to a two-year cycle.