YRC Worldwide today reported a net loss of $24.5 million in the first quarter of 2013, improving from a net loss of $81.6 million in the first quarter of 2012.
23 Apr 2013
The Teamsters union on Tuesday approved YRC Freight's plan to close 29 terminals and change how freight flows through the
17 Apr 2013
YRC Worldwide and its mechanics may have dodged a bullet by reaching a tentative contract agreement and avoiding a potentially costly and disruptive lockout.
12 Apr 2013
YRC Worldwide plans to lock out a small group of mechanics represented by a machinists' union that so far has refused to accept wage and benefit concessions agreed to by Teamsters employees as early as 2009.
29 Mar 2013
The Teamsters union will meet with representatives of YRC Freight April 19 to discuss the trucking giant's plans to restructure its terminal network.
28 Mar 2013
YRC Freight is smaller today than either of its predecessor carriers — Yellow Freight and Roadway — but still not small enough.
20 Mar 2013
Winter storms, new technology and other expected and unexpected costs may carve $14 million from Con-way Freight's first quarter earnings, but the less-than-truckload trucking company said yield, a measure of pricing, is rising, despite lower tonnage levels. Con-way also reported progress on initiatives designed to improve pricing and optimize its LTL network.
12 Mar 2013
YRC Freight has mailed a proposal for a new set of network improvements to Teamsters union leadership.
11 Mar 2013
The 10 less-than-truckload carriers with more than $1 billion in annual revenue increased combined sales 4.3 percent in 2012 to $23.2 billion.
28 Feb 2013
YRC Freight has completed its agreement with Clean Energy Fuels to purchase four liquefied natural gas trucks that will serve the Port of Long Beach and other surrounding areas.
04 Jan 2013
From labor battles to natural disasters, 2012 was filled with risk for shippers and the companies moving and managing their cargo. Here are the stories that defined the year.
05 Nov 2012
Hurricane Sandy’s storm surge sent ripples through supply chains and trucking networks far beyond the enormous damage it caused along the East Coast, said YRC Worldwide CEO James Welch.