Yellow-Roadway, ABF Profits Up, USF Down After Closing Red Star

February 17, 2005: In the first full year as a combined company, Yellow-Roadway reported after-tax profits of $184.3 million. ABF posted profits of $127.8 million and an operating ratio of 91.9 percent. USF announced $23.8 million in 2004 profit.

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