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The less-than-truckload portfolio company has hired an industry veteran as its chief customer officer. He will lead the enterprise sales and marketing teams of YRC Worldwide and all its subsidiaries.
The CEO of less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier YRC Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ: YRCW) said on July 8 that more changes lie ahead for the company following its disclosure it will close the headquarters of regional LTL unit New Penn Motor Express in early September. In a July 8 memo to employees, Darren D. Hawkins said that the changes, which have not been determined, will be unveiled in the coming months. YRC, based in Overland Park, Kansas, has been developing a "network optimization" strategy, a key component of which was the completion of a five-year collective-bargaining agreement with Teamsters union members at the New Penn and Holland regional units, and at its YRC Freight national subsidiary.
New Penn Motor Express ("New Penn"), one of three U.S.-based regional less-than-truckload (LTL) carriers controlled by YRC Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ: YRCW), said Monday it will close its corporate offices in Lebanon, Pennsylvania after 88 years, and consolidate operations there with YRC's Field Resource Center at the parent's Overland Park, Kansas headquarters. The closing is expected to occur on or around September 9, according to a memo from New Penn President Howard Moshier. No New Penn service centers in Pennsylvania and across its network will be affected by the move, the regional LTL said.
Less-than-truckload carrier YRC Worldwide, Inc . (NASDAQ: YRCW ) said Thursday it has named T.J. O'Connor the company's chief operating officer, filling a post vacant since April 2018 when then-COO Darren ...
YRC Worldwide, Inc. 's (NASDAQ: YRCW ) chief customer officer, Justin Hall, has left the less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier nearly three years to the day he assumed what was then a newly created position. ...
The five-year collective bargaining agreement between the Teamsters union and three units of less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier YRC Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ: YRCW) took effect after western Pennsylvania workers ratified the last of the local supplements and riders, the company and the union said today. Under the Teamsters constitution, no national or master contract can be implemented until all supplements and riders attached to the national compact are ratified. On May 3, the master contract was ratified by a 3,600-vote margin, and 26 of the 27 supplements and riders were also approved.
With one last regional issue settled, YRC Worldwide Inc. said a new labor contract with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters has become effective.
YRC Worldwide (NASDAQ: YRCW) reported a $31.7 million consolidated operating loss on first quarter 2019 revenue of $1.182 billion. CEO Darren Hawkins placed the revenue decline on labor uncertainty and severe weather. Hawkins said that nearly half of the 63-day first quarter saw severe weather impact operations, primarily the company's YRC Freight and Holland divisions.
YRC Worldwide (NASDAQ: YRCW) posted a $31.7 million consolidated operating loss on first-quarter revenue of $1.182 billion, which declined slightly from first-quarter 2018 revenues of $1.215 billion. The consolidated operating ratio for first quarter of 2019 was 102.7 compared to 100.4 in first quarter 2018. The operating ratio at YRC Freight was 102.8 compared to 100.9 for the same period in 2018.
YRC (YRCW) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -53.42% and -0.15%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
The Overland Park, Kansas-based company said it had a loss of $1.48 per share. Losses, adjusted for asset impairment costs and non-recurring costs, came to $1.12 per share. The results missed Wall Street ...
Unionized workers at three of less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier YRC Worldwide, Inc., (NASDAQ: YRCW) units voted to approve a five-year collective-bargaining agreement, it was disclosed late on Friday, May 3. Because no new Teamster contracts can be implemented until all supplements and local riders to a master agreement are ratified, the Teamster-YRC contract will be held up until the matter with Joint Council 40 is resolved. The contract was approved by 60 percent of eligible Teamsters, the union said on a conference call.
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Learn more about the new YRC Worldwide labor agreement and what it means for the company and its workers.
The 26,000 unionized employees at three of less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier YRC Worldwide, Inc.'s (NASDAQ: YRCW) units will spend the next 17 days mulling over a tentative contract that will dictate their livelihood for the next five years, and could determine if the units live or die. The top management at YRC's Overland Park, Kansas headquarters have arrived at their own fork in the road. According to executives familiar with YRC's operations, CEO Darren Hawkins and the company's leadership are all too aware of the profit drag of the high-volume accounts.
Less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier YRC Worldwide's (NASDAQ: YRCW) long-haul unit and its two key regional units could go out of business by the end of May should unionized workers vote down a tentative five-year collective-bargaining agreement early next month, the head of the Teamsters union's freight division has warned. Ernie Soehl told the rank-and-file on a nationwide conference call on the evening of April 10 that customers will pull their freight from the three units should members vote down the contract on May 3, the date when the results are to be announced. If customers react in such a manner, long-haul carrier YRC Freight and regional carriers Holland and New Penn Motor Express will likely not last until May 31, the date a two-month extension to the existing agreement is set to expire, Soehl said.
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A union officials says that if workers don't accept a proposed new agreement with Overland Park-based YRC Worldwide, it could provoke customers to pull their business from three subsidiaries, causing them to shut down.
The terms would boost hourly pay and restore vacation, but they won't address Overland Park-based YRC's pension contributions.