YRC Seeks Union Approval for Restructuring

January 31, 2012: YRC Inc. is getting out of the next-day delivery business as it continues to shift its focus to being a pure-play long-haul carrier.

The company, the national less-than-truckload division of Overland Park-based YRC Worldwide Inc. (Nasdaq: YRCW), mailed a series of proposed work changes to dozens of International Brotherhood of Teamsters union locals last week. They have to approve the changes, which are likely to mean job cuts.

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