Why, back when I was terminal manager at CF...we were a class act. And when it was time to go bk, we did it in a hurry. No need to dilly dally around. Yes, I realize some think it odd that I am a broke broker and not parlaying my ltl contacts into another ltl job. But I find the rewards of working for myself..and living off the old lady, to rich to give up. I just want to state, for the 1012 time, that yrc SHOULD GO BK.
The truth of the matter is that every day YRCW is open it is at the expense of other people.
YRCW is not a company that can support itself. They are the destitute person on the street you try to ignore.
A company should not have to drag on...as you put it yourself. If they cannot make a profit with the services they offer then they should close. Sooner or later the stakeholders are going to stop giving to YRCW because they're not getting anything back.
YRC National, IMO, cannot be saved. It has fallen way too far, and no other company would want them.
The letter begins something like this. We are sorry to inform you that through our hard efforts to work with all parties involved we have come to the conclusion that we must -------------,we would like to thank you all------------involved.
Now that is one of the best compliments you could give to me. Just out of the blue you started thinking about the Oldfreightbroker, and you took the time to reiterate to everyone else my sentiments regarding YRCW.
The only thing I want to correct is any thought that I regret getting out of the LTL business. There's no money in it, and it sure doesn't seem like many are doing well right now.