Business, Top 100

C.R. England to Spend $11 Million on Driver Pay Raises

CR England truck C.R. England Inc.

C.R. England Inc. will raise the pay of its over-the-road drivers with an increase tallying about $11 million annually. The carrier said it is the largest driver compensation increase in the firm’s 98-year history and will impact about 60% of its drivers.

Burney Simpson | Staff Reporter
May 29, 2018
Business, Top 100

New Owner of Sirva Inc. Seeks to Boost Growth for Household Goods Mover

Sirva Sirva Inc. via Youtube

The new owner of Sirva Inc., the nation’s second-largest household goods mover, will try to inject new life into a business that has slumped in recent years due to changing demographics and a slowdown in business relocation activity.

Daniel P. Bearth | Staff Writer
May 25, 2018
Government, Business, Logistics, Top 100

Postal Service’s Pricing Methodology Upheld by Appeals Court

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The U.S. Postal Service’s method to set prices for competitive services was upheld by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on May 22.

Bernie Pazanowski | Bloomberg News
May 25, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 100

Dr Pepper Deliveries in Critical Condition With Chicago Strike

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More than 150 Teamsters walked off the job in suburban Chicago early May 22 after a wage dispute with a Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. subsidiary.

Michael J. Bologna | Bloomberg News
May 22, 2018
Business, Equipment, Top 100

Daseke Creates Fleet Services Unit, Continues Purchasing Trend

Daseke's Moore Freight Services Moore Freight Services was a 2017 Daseke acquisition. (Daseke via Facebook)

Flatbed and specialized transportation carrier Daseke Inc., which has been in the throes of expansion — adding seven fleets last year and one so far in 2018 — has created a new unit to improve the way it buys, sells and maintains the thousands of pieces of equipment it operates.

Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
May 21, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 100

Judge Rejects Fired UPS Manager’s Sex Bias Lawsuit

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A former UPS Inc. manager couldn’t show he was treated differently from similarly situated employees, so a federal judge on May 11 left his sex bias lawsuit at the door.

Porter Wells | Bloomberg News
May 17, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 100

Redwood Logistics Buys Roar’s Phoenix Division

Redwood Logistics purchased the Phoenix-based freight management services division of Roar Logistics to expand its presence in the Southwest. Terms weren’t disclosed.

May 17, 2018
Business, Top 100

Roadrunner Continues Consolidation Efforts

Roadrunner truck Roadrunner Transportation Services

Roadrunner Transportation Systems on May 15 continued the consolidation of its business divisions, moving its air transportation units into one integrated brand with a single management team and marketed as Active On-Demand.

Burney Simpson | Staff Reporter
May 16, 2018
Business, Technology, Top 100

Medium-Duty Sales in April Climb Slightly

Kenworth medium-duty trucks TruckPR/Flickr

U.S. retail sales of medium-duty trucks in April neared 19,000, rising slightly higher than a year earlier, WardsAuto.com reported.

Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
May 15, 2018
Business, Technology, Equipment, TCA, Top 100

UPS to Use Futuristic-Looking Fleet of Electric Delivery Trucks in London, Paris

UPS Inc.

UPS Inc. plans to deploy a small fleet of futuristic, boxy-looking all-electric delivery trucks as part of a pilot program in London and Paris by the end of this year.

May 10, 2018

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