Fleet Management

9076  -  9100  of  10576

April 25, 2001 - Industry News

Construction Season Starting in West Virginia

A truck pull-off is among the construction projects getting under way in West Virginia as the summer construction season stars

Tags: Highways

April 25, 2001 - Industry News

Ryder to Close D.C. Office

Ryder System, Miami, is closing its Washington, D.C., government relations office as part of its restructuring activities

Tags: Fleets

April 25, 2001 - Industry News

Manufacturing Durable Orders, Shipments Rise in March

Orders for durable goods rose 3% in March, but it was mostly for ships and tanks, with non-transportation orders off 1.8% -- the fourth consecutive decline. However, shipments rose 0.1% after declining the previous five months. The stable shipments value is the best news for freight

Tags: Economy

April 24, 2001 - Industry News

Rail-to-Truck Facility Built in New York

Responding to pressures to reduce the number of trucks coming into the Big Apple, New York Regional Rail Corp. has completed its first "transload facility" at its Bush Terminal Yard in Brooklyn

Tags: Intermodal

April 23, 2001 - Industry News

Swift, Yellow, Arkansas Best Report First Quarter Results

Swift Transportation, Phoenix, saw its net earnings slashed for the first quarter despite increased revenues

Tags: Fleets

April 23, 2001 - Industry News

Stay Out of Left Lane in Charleston

South Carolina legislators wanted to keep trucks out of the left lane of Interstate 26 through the Charleston area, but the state trucking association managed to keep lawmakers from enacting an outright ban

Tags: Highways

April 20, 2001 - Industry News

Airborne Express Launches Ground Delivery Service

Airborne Express, Seattle, announced the launch of a nationwide Ground Delivery Service, with the aim of competing better against industry giants UPS and FedEx

Tags: Fleets

April 20, 2001 - Industry News

Alabama Plans New North-South Freeway

Alabama officials are planning a major freeway that will run north-south through the western portion of the state

Tags: Highways

April 20, 2001 - Industry News

HMAC to Discuss Hazardous Materials This Fall

The Hazardous Materials Advisory Council, an educational association that promotes regulatory compliance and safety in the transportation of hazardous materials/dangerous goods, is holding several conferences this fall

Tags: Events

April 19, 2001 - Industry News

Ryder Rental Down, But Lease, Maintenance & Logistics Show Gains

The economic downturn has taken its expected toll on truck rental and, in some segments, freight volume, but transportation giant Ryder System is showing gains in some areas

Tags: Fleets

April 19, 2001 - Industry News

Volume Up at West Coast Ports in March

The amount of containerized imports coming into the country through West Coast ports was up in March, signaling optimism about the economy

Tags: Intermodal

April 19, 2001 - Industry News

Virginia Port Conditions Subject of Summit

Port truckers, steamship line representatives, terminal operators and transportation regulators met in Norfolk, Va., this week to discuss problems at the port

Tags: Intermodal

April 19, 2001 - Industry News

Two Railroads Team Up for Coast-to-Coast Freight

The Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway and Norfolk Southern Railway have partnered to provide coast-to-coast, non-stop intermodal service for container loads of freigh

Tags: Intermodal

April 19, 2001 - Industry News

Fleets See Mixed First Quarter Results

Yesterday's round of fleet financials saw mixed results, with many carriers reporting drops in net income despite increased revenue - some even big losses. Some companies, however, managed a small increase in net income despite the economic slowdown

Tags: Fleets

April 18, 2001 - Industry News

Bridge Demolition to Close Lanes in Tenn.

If you're traveling I-65 through Davidson County, Tenn., this weekend, be prepared for delays or look for an alternate route

Tags: Highways

April 18, 2001 - Industry News

Growth Spurs Saia Moves

Saia will be opening in new terminals near Jackson, Miss., and Greenville, S.C., by the end of the month

Tags: Fleets

April 18, 2001 - Industry News

More Carriers Release First Quarter Financials

Phoenix-based Knight Transportation bucked a trend in Wednesday's batch of first quarter fleet financial results

Tags: Fleets

April 18, 2001 - Industry News

Fed Cuts Interest Rates Again

The fourth half-percent interest rate cut this year came today in a surprise action by the Federal Reserve Board. Usually the Board acts only during the every six-to-seven-week Open Market Committee meetings. Today's cut promises to speed up consumer and business purchases -- and then production and freight

Tags: Economy

April 17, 2001 - Industry News

More Freight Ahead

As economists and trucking analysts continue to keep a close eye on the economy, new figures on industrial production, housing starts and inflation offer some good news

Tags: Economy

April 17, 2001 - Industry News

FedEx/Post Office Deal to be Reviewed

After complaints from FedEx competitors, the Postal Service inspector general's office says it will look into a contract between FedEx and the Postal Service

Tags: Fleets

April 17, 2001 - Industry News

Fleet Financials Reflect Tough First Quarter

The first wave of first-quarter financial statements from truckload companies range from better than some were expecting to about what was expected, in light of the tough economic environment

Tags: Fleets

April 17, 2001 - Industry News

Expediters Plan Expo

The first expo for the expedited freight industry is planned for August

Tags: Events

April 17, 2001 - Industry News

FedEx Custom Critical Opens Columbus ExpressCenter

Expedited carrier FedEx Custom Critical has opened an ExpressCenter in Columbus, Ind

Tags: Fleets

April 17, 2001 - Industry News

Toll Highway Proposed in Louisiana

Truckers would pay about $5.60 to drive a 35-mile stretch of Louisiana Interstate under a highway funding proposal

Tags: Highways

April 17, 2001 - Industry News

Keeping an Eye on Inventories

Monday's business inventory report from the Census Bureau confirms that excess inventories continue to be absorbed. Inventories have to return to "normal" before production, imports and freight can recover to the level of current consumption

Tags: Economy

Newsletter

We offer e-newsletters that deliver targeted news and information for the entire fleet industry.



GotQuestions?

LUBRICANTS

The expert, Mark Betner from Citgo will answer your questions
Ask a question

Sponsored by


WHEEL ENDS SOLUTIONS

Wheel end expert Jeff Geist from STEMCO will answer your questions
Ask a question

Sponsored by

Magazine