YRC Worldwide has asked its International Brotherhood of Teamsters employees to engage in formal negotiations for a contract extension...
YRC Worldwide Companies YRC Freight, Holland, Reddaway and New Penn Receive U.S. EPA SmartWay Excellence Award
20 Sep 2013
James Welch, CEO of YRC Worldwide, is taking charge at YRC Freight, replacing President Jeff Rogers, who left the less-than-truckload carrier abruptly.
04 Sep 2013
ABF Freight System’s $750 million lawsuit against the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and YRC Worldwide has again been rejected by a federal court.
07 Aug 2013
YRC Worldwide today reported a net loss of $15.1 million in the second quarter of 2013, compared with a net loss of $22.6 million in the second quarter of 2012.
02 Aug 2013
Two years into a reorganization that has sharply reduced net losses and led to operating profit, YRC Worldwide is confident enough to consider its first major public stock offering in years as a means of cutting long-term debt from its books.
21 May 2013
LTL Carrier YRC Freight began implementing a change of operations that will close 29 terminals, restructuring its nationwide network to gain efficiency.
03 May 2013
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.