Werner Enterprises

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April 22, 2014

Werner Profit Slides 18%

Severe weather is being blamed for another downturn in profits by one of the nation’s largest trucking companies in the first quarter of the year.

January 28, 2014

Werner Profit Slips for All of 2013

Nebraska-based trucking and logistics company Werner Enterprises has reported a decline in net income for the fourth quarter and all of last year.

January 21, 2014

New FMCSA Rule Targets Willful Violators

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s newest enforcement tool is a shutdown order for carriers that flagrantly disregard the safety rules. Under a final rule to be posted this week, the agency can suspend or revoke the authority of willful repeat violators, and impose civil or criminal penalties.

October 18, 2013

Werner Profit Falls 15% During the Third Quarter

Nebraska-based truckload fleet Werner Enterprises reported a drop in its third quarter profit amid just a slight increase in business, noting that hours of service rules changes that took effect in July negatively impacted miles per truck by 2% to 3%.

July 23, 2013

Werner Second-Quarter Profit and Revenue Fall

Werner Enterprises saw its total revenue fall 3% to $506.6 million in the second quarter compared to last year, while net income dropped 16% to $25.8 million. A cold, wet April was the primary culprit.

May 15, 2013

Werner’s Derek Leathers on the Industry Outlook

Slowly but steadily, freight demand is growing, said Derek Leathers, president and COO of truckload carrier Werner Enterprises, speaking at the ALK Transportation Technology Summit Wednesday.

April 18, 2013

Werner Enterprises Profit Falls 18% in First Quarter

While Omaha, Neb.-based Werner Enterprises is hardly in any danger of going into the red, it didn’t pull in as much money in the first quarter of the year as it did during the same time in 2012, thanks to tougher winter weather conditions.

March 6, 2013

TCA Fleet Panel Sees Drop in Driver Applications, But Positive Signs on Economy, Freight, Rates

The driver shortage is already intensifying, with the number of both new and experienced driver applicants down over the last couple of months, as economic signs lead to improved optimism about increases in freight and rates this year, according to a panel discussion of three major truckload executives Tuesday at the Truckload Carriers Conference annual convention in Las Vegas.

January 31, 2013

Meritor Builds 10 Millionth North American-Made Trailer Axle

Meritor celebrated its 10 millionth trailer axle made in North America at its Frankfort, Ky. manufacturing facility.

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