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Bulk Carriers Founder Dies

Richard Stephen Hartrick, who in March of 1976 founded Bulk Carriers Transportation Equipment Co., died Dec. 18 at his home in New Philadelphia, Ohio, following a year-long illness. Born in Buffalo, N.Y., Nov. 24, 1946…

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Trucker Adds LTL

Transervice Integrated Solutions (TIS) has launched a less-than-truckload (LTL) division to support shippers across North America. TIS’s new LTL division ‘’complements the existing full truckload service and rounds out the company’s entire freight management offering,’’…

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Drivers Prefer Smaller Firms

Drivers, technicians and office workers in the trucking industry are more likely to be satisfied at small or medium-sized companies, according to WorkHound’s mid-year report. Workhound is a website that provides a forum for those…

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Andlauer Acquires Boyle

Andlauer Healthcare Group (AHG) has acquired 100% of Boyle Transportation for $80 million. In addition to the Boyle acquisition, AHG has acquired the remaining 51 percent of Skelton USA after the group previously acquired the first 49%

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Freight Piling Up On West Coast

Carriers have a clear preference in terms of where they are trying to position themselves in the U.S. and it illustrates just how unbalanced transportation capacity continues to be. Loads traveling more than 800 miles…

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Teamsters Fighting Speed Limiters

The Teamsters union is fighting a move by TFI International’s TForce Freight to cut the maximum speed of trucks from 68 miles per hour to 65. The union’s national negotiating committee for TForce quietly filed…

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Dillon Transport Closes Its Doors

Dillon Transport closes its doors in early September, according to sources at the company. Founded 41 years ago in Burr Ridge, Ill., the family-owned dry and liquid-bulk trucking company had 342 drivers and 323 power units…

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