US trucking industry pioneer built one of the largest LTL carriers, now UPS Freight.
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TransForce's package division increased sales 6 percent, but its trucking business struggled in the second quarter.
The fifth-largest U.S. truckload carrier is cutting some shippers loose as they seek deep rate cuts in a soft market.
Swift Transportation's efforts to control capacity weren't enough to stave off a decline in earnings.
Span Alaska gives Matson Logistics greater reach into The Frontier State, and door-to-door service capabilities increasingly needed to compete.
A drop in spot rates and sluggish economy bit into revenue and profit at the fourth-largest U.S. truckload carrier.
General truckload and intermodal sales softened, but Marten's dedicated division increased revenue by double digits.
Tonnage drops in June despite other improving indicators for trucking.
New online sales events such as Amazon's Prime Day increase demand for last-mile capacity.
Shifting focus from acquisitions to profit-building, XPO works to convince investors it will succeed in the long-haul.
Second-quarter results show $6.2 billion J.B. Hunt is spending to build intermodal, truck volume, revenue.
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