FedEx Corp. after the closing bell June 25 reported total revenue of $17.8 billion in its fiscal fourth quarter ending May 31, compared with $17.3 billion for the same period in 2018.
FedEx Corp. has fired a new weapon in the simmering U.S.-China trade war, suing the Trump administration to block enforcement of trade restrictions that had placed the company in Beijing’s crosshairs.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi recently said that she remains committed to advancing an infrastructure policy measure that would boost jobs. She explained that such a deal could be accomplished if President Donald Trump would only negotiate with her party. Here's your Capitol Agenda look at the week ahead for trucking on Capitol Hill.
Gary Herrygers, a driver for The Boeing Co., was happily surprised when he won the 5-Axle division at this year’s Washington Truck Driving Championships. He was even happier (and more surprised) when he was announced as Grand Champion minutes later. He told Transport Topics he still is “on cloud nine.”
Courier company Purolator Inc. will invest more than C$1 billion over the next five years to build a shipping hub in Toronto, upgrade its fleet and enhance its retail network in Canada to reach more customers.
Last month, drug-testing firm Quest Diagnostics scientist Barry Sample had a serious warning for U.S. employers: Be on the lookout for marijuana use by your workers. It’s on the rise.
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A group of stakeholders is pushing for the congressional repeal of the federal excise tax on the sale of heavy-duty trucks and trailers. At a forum June 19, the Modernize the Truck Fleet coalition urged federal lawmakers to pass the Modern, Clean, and Safe Trucks Act of 2019.
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Less-than-truckload carriers are settling into a more modest growth scenario as 2019 unfolds, with widely shared expectations that a still-solid U.S. economy and favorable industry fundamentals will keep fleets on a positive course.
As America’s ports handle larger amounts of cargo from bigger container ships, the ports are in a building boom. But the cost of expanding could get more expensive if a Trump administration plan to impose 25% tariffs on ship-to-shore cranes manufactured only in China are implemented.