Saia

Saia is an American LTL carrier that offers regional and interregional LTL, non-asset truckload service, and third-party logistics. Founded in 1924 with headquarters in Johns Creek, Georgia, the company reported 2013 revenue of $1.14 billion, up 3.7 percent year-over-year. The company also recorded net income of $43.63 million, up 36 percent from the previous year’s net income of $32.05 million.

Saia and its subsidiaries — LTL Freight, Truckload Plus, and Logistics Services — employ 8,000 individuals and provide services to all 50 states as well as Canada, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. The truckload carrier has a network of 147 terminals across North America and delivers more than 25,000 daily shipments.

Saia — the 10th largest LTL trucking company — had a net profit increase of 43 percent for all of 2013 to $43.6 million, and the fourth quarter was the carrier’s ninth straight quarter of more than 98 percent on-time service.

21 Nov 2015
Less-than-truckload shipments increased marginally in the first nine months of 2015, as freight revenue plummeted, thanks largely to the drop in fuel surcharges, SJ Consulting Group says.
29 Oct 2015
'Softening' freight demand affects all carriers, slowing growth at Old Dominion Freight Line and pushing down revenue and profit at Saia. Carriers are adapting to the slower paced economy.
29 Jul 2015
U.S. trucking companies continue to make more from less, with Saia, the 10th-largest U.S. less-than-truckload carrier, reporting bigger second-quarter profits on reduced revenue and tonnage.
01 May 2015
Despite sluggish volumes, higher pricing helped boost first-quarter earnings to record levels, freight carrier Saia reported this week.
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16 Mar 2015
Truck drivers at the Stockton, California terminal of FedEx Freight, the largest U.S. trucking company, voted to join the Teamsters union, making Stockton the fourth terminal to go union since the start of an organizing campaign last fall. However, six terminals have rejected the union, and the Teamsters have withdrawn six election petitions.