Toshiba to Split, Sell Stake in Carrier
TOKYO — Embattled Japanese technology giant Toshiba plans to split into two companies, and intends to sell its joint venture stake in Toshiba Carrier Corp. to U.S.-based Carrier Group, for about 100 billion yen ($877 million).
How to Improve Efficiency & Flexibility Within Your Carrier Relations
As the capacity tides continue to shift, it's more important than ever to improve and manage carrier relations more efficiently. Join industry experts from Giltner, Inc. and Descartes MacroPoint as they share their experiences and advice on how to stay flexible while maintaining margins through the volatile freight market ahead.August 22, 2019
Carrier Transicold to Acquire Impco Product Lines
Carrier Transicold signed an agreement to acquire select road and rail transport product lines from the Impco Technologies unit of Westport Fuel Systems Inc., including Westport’s ComfortPro auxiliary power unit.April 20, 2017
Crete Carrier Chairman Acklie Dies at 84
Duane Acklie, an attorney and banker who built one of the nation’s largest truckload carriers, died Sept. 17 from complications of an extended illness. He was 84.
US Ports, Private Firms to Spend $154.8 Billion on Projects Over the Next 5 Years, AAPA Says
U .S. ports and private com panies will spend an esti mated $154.8 billion on capital projects over the next five years, from dredging harbors and expanding terminals to building warehouses and buying automated container handling equipment, according to the American Association of Port Authorities.
Private Carrier McLane Expands Food Service Footprint
McLane Company, a private grocery and food service carrier, has reached a deal to manage supply chain services for Circle K convenience stores.September 6, 2016
Diesel Average Gains 1.7¢ to $2.502
The U.S. average retail price of diesel rose 1.7 cents a gallon to $2.502 last week, the first increase in three weeks, the Department of Energy reported.
Schlumberger to Buy Cameron in $14.8 Billion Oil Services Deal
Schlumberger Ltd., No. 10 on the Transport Topics Top 100 list of private carriers in North America, agreed to buy Cameron International Corp. for $14.8 billion, allowing the world’s largest oil field-services provider to bundle its offerings and gear more effectively.
Wisconsin Truckers Choose Kedzie to Succeed Howells
Neal Kedzie will become president of the Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association as of July 1, the trucking organization announced. He will succeed Tom Howells, who is retiring.June 25, 2014
Battelle Database to Explore Tank-Truck Corrosiveness
Engineers at Battelle Memorial Institute are building an online database that will inform fleet managers about the corrosiveness of liquid chemicals on stainless steel tank trailers.June 2, 2014