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Con-way Truckload to Expand Regional Services

December 07, 2009

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In response to customer demand, Con-way Truckload plans to expand its regional service by adding operations in 10 U.S. states, including Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.
Con-way Truckload plans to add 300 trucks to its fleet by the end of 2010 to accommodate the additional business.
Con-way Truckload plans to add 300 trucks to its fleet by the end of 2010 to accommodate the additional business.


Con-way Truckload Regional covers short-haul truckload shipments of less than 600 miles, including cartage service for truckload shipments of less than 100 miles. In the future, the company plans to add drayage service to the offering.

In addition, the company will add 300 trucks to its fleet by the end of 2010 to accommodate the additional business. It now has 300 drivers operating regionally across 11 states.

Con-way Truckload launched its regional services in September.

"Con-way Truckload Regional has been a great success, and we've seen a clear demand for this offering in a growing number of regions," said Herb Schmidt, president of Con-way Truckload. "With our available network of secure, state-of-the-art facilities and the ability to expand without adding infrastructure, we see a tremendous opportunity for strategic growth."

More info: www.con-way.com/truckload


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