Estes Express Lines upped the ante in the fight for 169 terminals owned by bankrupt Yellow Corp. ahead of a key Sept. 15 hearing, filing a revised stalking horse bid, court documents show.September 15, 2023
Estes was among the first commercial for-hire carriers to sign up to pilot emerging technology developed by Remora.
Yellow Corp. continues to work with potential financiers, including Estes Express Lines, who are offering more affordable alternative bankruptcy financing for the LTL trucking company.August 11, 2023
Yellow Corp. has sparked a bidding war between investment firms and a rival trucking company interested in funding the now-shuttered company’s liquidation.August 9, 2023
Estes Express Lines took a major step in its expansion and sustainability initiatives with the opening of a new terminal in Banning, Calif., the carrier announced May 26.
Clean Energy Fuels Corp. announced that Estes Express Lines will add to its fleet 50 new trucks fueled with its Redeem brand of renewable natural gas, bringing its total to 71.September 18, 2020
Clean Energy Fuels Corp. announced Sept. 9 that Estes Express Lines is adding 50 of its renewable natural gas trucks.September 11, 2020
Estes Express Lines, a privately owned freight transportation carrier, added to its existing billing program with DDC FPO by migrating its bill of lading volume to the provider’s machine-learning, Software-as-a-Service program, DDC Intelligence, Estes said in a Sept. 23 news release.September 30, 2019
LTLs benefited from a robust second quarter with revenue growth and stronger volumes and yields year-over-year, according to industry analysts and executives.