YRC Freight change of operations plan is on hold

February 16, 2012: Earlier this month, YRC Freight, the recently re-named largest subsidiary of less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation services provider YRC Worldwide (YRCW) rolled out its plans to designate and streamline the company’s efficiency.

The company’s plan, which focused on making changes in order for the YRC Freight network more fluid, indicated that YRCW wanted to implement them by April. But these proposed changes are contingent on getting Teamsters approval, which is proving to be a sticking point.

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