YRC Worldwide

YRC Worldwide

YRC Worldwide is an American transportation company that offers shipping of industrial, commercial, and retail goods. Founded in 1924 with headquarters in Overland Park, Kansas, the company reported 2013 revenue of $4.86 billion, up 0.3 percent year-over-year. The company also recorded a net loss of $83.6, down from the previous year’s net loss of $136.5 million.

YRC Worldwide and its subsidiaries — YRC Freight, YRC Reimer,Reddaway, Holland and New Pennemploy 32,000 individuals worldwide and serve over 200,000 customers, delivering approximately 22 million shipments annually. The transportation company specializes in heavyweight shipments and supply chain solutions through utilizing a fleet of approximately 8,500 tractors and 33,000 trailers.

2013 was the seventh straight year of net losses for YRC Worldwide. Combined, the less-than-truckload operator’s annual losses since 2007 total $3.1 billion. However, YRC Worldwide also reported its second consecutive annual operating profit — $28.4 million — following a $24.1 million operating profit in 2012.

06 Feb 2015
Expedited business is up 10 percent year-over-year at regional Western trucking company Reddaway, thanks in part to extreme delays at West Coast ports.
Boxes on pallets
26 Jun 2014
NAPLES, Fla. — Expanded use of dimensional pricing in ground package shipping will push more less-than-truckload carriers to test or offer dimensional pricing as an option to shippers, according to speakers at the SMC3 Connections 2014 conference here June 23-25.
26 Jun 2014
After years of contraction, YRC Freight is planning expansion, seeking to upgrade several terminals amid strong second quarter demand and eyeing the fall peak shipping season.
Trucking dashboard
16 May 2014
The first quarter was warmer for trucking than you might think — at least financially.
12 May 2014
April showered less-than-truckload carriers with freight, as shippers responded to a surge in consumer spending in March and increased industrial demand.
Supply chain sustainability
18 Mar 2014
The definition of “supply chain sustainability” has morphed significantly since it came into use 10 or 15 years ago.