XPO, Estes Express Lines, and Saia were among less-than-truckload companies that purchased Yellow terminals during a recent court-supervised auction following the company’s bankruptcy. About 75% of Yellow’s properties will be sold, for nearly $1.9 billion.
Unionized Mack Trucks workers on Nov. 15 ratified a new five-year collective bargaining agreement after more than five weeks on strike.
Even as the United Auto Workers strike against Detroit automakers appears to be resolved, the union has still not come to an agreement with Mack Trucks on the terms of a new five-year bargaining agreement.
The closing keynote panels for both the Fleet Forward and Fleet Safety Conferences — along with the overall agenda — are driven by fleet managers’ perspectives and expertise.
Convening at the Santa Clara Marriott Nov. 8-10, the combined conferences provide thought leadership and on-the-ground solutions on fleet safety and the future of fleet.
California Gov. Gavin Newsome vetoed Assembly Bill 316, which would have banned driverless autonomous trucks over 10,000 pounds from California roads.
With Transportation Secretary talking to drivers about truck parking in South Dakota, the Department of Transportation announced funding to improve access to truck parking.
The California State Senate this week passed AB 318, a bill that, if signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom, would ban driverless autonomous trucks on the state’s roads.
Online Transport, an Indianapolis logistics and truckload company, has purchased A/T Transportation and Automated Logistics, based in Ferdinand, Indiana.
The panel seminar convenes delivery and logistics experts to discuss macro issues around inflation, pricing, and supply chains, how they’re affecting on-the-ground operations, and how operators can react to promote uptime and more efficient fleets.
Nikola is recalling 209 Class 8 Tre battery-electric tractors after an investigation of battery pack fires at its facilities this summer.
After decades of struggling financially, Yellow filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection over the weekend. The less-than-truckload carrier had ceased operation July 30.
Yellow Corp., one of the longest-serving American trucking companies, ceased operations over the weekend and has announced it will be filing for bankruptcy.
Several leading industry reports point toward a freight cycle that has hit bottom or will soon. DAT reports its June numbers indicate the spot rate bottom has already happened.
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating what happened last week when a bus crashed into three tractor-trailers parked along an exit ramp leading into an Illinois rest area.