June 27, 2001 - Industry News
Starting July 6, watch out for weekend closures of a stretch of I-285 on the southeast side of Atlanta
Today's 0.25% cut in interest rates by the Federal Reserve Board brings the six month total reduction to 2.75% and signals to consumers and investors that it is safe to keep spending
June 26, 2001 - Industry News
While there are a few bright spots, the industry must undergo more pain before it climbs out of the current recession. That was the consensus among speakers at Newport’s Economic Summit III in Las Vegas yesterday.
Las Vegas became a little more like Disneyland Tuesday afternoon as more than 60 of the best-looking trucks in the nation paraded down the Strip the day before the 40th annual International Trucking Show
Construction on I-55 through Jefferson County near St. Louis will cause more lane closings and delays
Consolidated Freightways has named Brian Casey to head up its Mexico business operations south of the border
A three-truck crash that damaged a bridge on Interstate 80 near Denville, N.J., will mean delays for weeks or even months
The New York Department of Transportation intends to rebuild a controversial rest area on the Long Island Expressway
A new report on manufacturing today provides strong evidence that April may have been the bottom of the ongoing recession in manufacturing
June 25, 2001 - Industry News
Roadway Express, Akron, Ohio, is cutting transit times on more than 20,000 freight lanes
New Penn Motor Express, Lebanon, Pa., has opened a new terminal in the Albany, N.Y., area
A section of I-40 West in Memphis is dropping from four lanes to three for construction
The Florida Foreign Trade Assn. is looking for solutions to congestion problems at the Port of Miami
California-based G.I. Trucking has added its 85th service center, located in Chico, Calif
The countdown is under way for one of the longest running truck shows in the United States
June 21, 2001 - Industry News
Kenworth and Contract Freighters Inc. are teaming up once again to race a Kenworth T2000 in the annual Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, to be held June 30.
Veteran racer and designer Bruce Canepa of Santa Cruz,
Penske Logistics of Reading, Pa., has opened a 208,000-square-foot distribution center in Los Indios, Texas, consolidating operations and for Delphi Delco Electronic Systems
June 20, 2001 - Industry News
The Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway and CSX Intermodal have teamed up to expand BNSF's Ice Cold Express refrigerated freight servic
A new international cargo handling facility has opened at the Port of Tampa
Schneider Logistics announced an agreement with major construction equipment company CNH Global N.V. to provide full-service logistics management for the company's North American operations
June 19, 2001 - Industry News
The Pennsylvania Turnpike is planning 11 "super service plazas.
Wheaton World Wide Moving, Indianapolis, has signed on Gold Service Movers of White Plains, N.Y., as an agent
Ryder System, Miami, has acquired the order fulfillment operations of Sameday.com, a Los Angeles-based supply chain management company
June 18, 2001 - Industry News
Truckers are getting their rigs ready for next week's International Trucking Show and the Show & Shine Truck Beauty Show, presented by Newport Communications and ITS as part of the 2001 Stars and Stripes Competition.
June 17, 2001 - Industry News
Amtrak is a step closer to competing with trucks for coast-to-coast refrigerated freight
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