Jack Cooper

Government, Business, Logistics

Jack Cooper Exits Bankruptcy

Jack Cooper auto hauler The restructuring process has preserved jobs for more than 2,500 employees. (Jack Cooper Holdings Corp.)

Jack Cooper Holdings Corp. has exited its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, the auto-hauling logistics company said Nov. 4.

Jim Stinson | Staff Reporter
November 5, 2019
Government, Business, Top 100

Jack Cooper Files for Bankruptcy, but Pledges 'Business as Usual'

A Jack Cooper truck transports cars down a highway. A Jack Cooper truck transports cars. (Jack Cooper Holdings Corp.)

Despite filing for bankruptcy, it will be “business as usual” for Jack Cooper Ventures Inc.

Jim Stinson | Staff Reporter
August 7, 2019
Business, Logistics

Teamsters: Jack Cooper Workers at Ford Plant in Louisville Won’t Be Laid Off

Jack Cooper A Jack Cooper car transporter. (TT File Photo)

Four hundred twenty-five union workers at the Ford Truck Plant in Louisville, Ky., who were told Feb. 20 they were being laid off April 21, will not be out of work, according to a Teamsters union leader who spoke with Transport Topics.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
February 26, 2019
Business, Logistics, Top 100

Jack Cooper Holdings Acquires Assets of Selland Auto Transport

Jack Cooper truck hauling Corvettes Jack Cooper trailers hold Corvettes. (Jack Cooper Holdings)

Jack Cooper Holdings has acquired the assets of Seattle-based Selland Auto Transport, a move that extends the car hauler’s presence in the western United States and provides more balance to the firm’s delivery network.

Daniel P. Bearth | Staff Writer
November 29, 2018
Government, Business

Jack Cooper Exec. Sarah Riggs Amico to Run for Georgia Lt. Gov

Jack Cooper Cab David B./Flickr

Sarah Riggs Amico, executive chairman of car-hauling company Jack Cooper Holdings Corp., formally announced her candidacy for lieutenant governor of Georgia, running as a Democrat.

December 11, 2017
Business, Equipment

Jack Cooper Sees Car Haulers Benefiting From Rail Delays

Jack Cooper Holdings Corp., the 87-year-old transporter of cars and light trucks, is preparing to haul more vehicles as rail delays cause automakers in the United States to seek alternatives.

Jing Cao | Bloomberg News
April 24, 2015