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U.S. Xpress Launches Initial Public Offering of Stock

U.S. Xpress has officially launched its initial public offering of more than 18 million shares, expected to carry an $18-$20 price per share.

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U.S. Xpress Heads Talk Transition [Video]

U.S. Xpress just announced it's going public, after several years of transition to a new management team. HDT Editor in Chief Deborah Lockridge visited last year and spoke to Eric Fuller and Lisa Quinn Pate, who are following in the footsteps of their fathers, who founded the company.

U.S. Xpress Readies for IPO

After more than a decade as a privately held company, Chattanooga, Tennessee-based U.S. Xpress Enterprises has filed the paperwork for an initial public offering.

U.S. Xpress Offers $50,000 in Bonuses for Team Drivers

U.S. Xpress announced the TeamMax Bonus program for current and prospective team drivers, which offers $50,000 in bonuses and up to four weeks of paid vacation in a single year.

On the Spot: U.S. Xpress Max-imum Tech Competition [Video]

U.S. Xpress hosted its second annual technician competition in its Tunnel Hill, Georgia, facility. In this video, HDT's Deborah Lockridge explores how the competition keeps U.S. Xpress's technicians on top of the latest technology to keep the fleet's trucks on the road.

Inside U.S. Xpress' Award-Winning Leadership Development Programs

We may hear a lot about the driver shortage and even the technician shortage, but increasingly trucking is facing a shortage of talented leadership as well. U.S. Xpress has been taking steps to combat that. HDT's Deborah Lockridge talked to company leaders about their efforts.

U.S. Xpress MAXimum Tech Competition [Photos]

Truckload carrier U.S. Xpress hosted its second annual technician competition in its Tunnel Hill, Georgia, facility on April 20. HDT's Deborah Lockridge was there and has these photos.

Why U.S. Xpress Uses Automated Manual Transmissions

Automated manual transmissions rule the roost at U.S. Xpress today. Out of some 7,000 U.S. Xpress trucks running today, the fleet is down to just 16 “legacy” models still equipped with manual transmissions.

Pit Tests Fuel Economy With U.S. Xpress [Photos]

The Pit Group is working with U.S. Xpress to test and verify emerging powertrain, fuel efficiency, and safety technology, as well as trucking-specific best practices both in the shop and in the cab. Photos: Jack Roberts

Why U.S. Xpress is Getting Help With Fuel Economy Testing

U.S. Xpress hosts a fuel-economy test of the latest high-mpg tractors as the Canadian engineering-consulting firm moves to help American fleets protect their bottom lines.