How’s the LTL sector doing where you’re at?

Discussion in 'LTL and Local Delivery Trucking Forum' started by McUzi, Mar 1, 2020.

  1. Clarimeister

    Clarimeister Bobtail Member

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    Thanks for your insight. I appreciate it. Things are hopefully looking up for everyone soon.
     
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  3. Russian Rabbit

    Russian Rabbit Road Train Member

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    Residentials not only do not seem to be slowing down, they seem to be picking up. i'm getting tipped up the alley. Money is raining from the sky. Rich mofos don't seem to be affected at all by the crisis.

    But, i think the work is a little too much. Too many hours. i actually lost my mynd last night for a few seconds, i think because of the high amount of hours i'm working. i was asleep though, but it seemed like i was in another dimension. Difficult to describe in words.

    Also construction does not seem to be slowing down one bit.
     
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  4. Lumper Humper

    Lumper Humper Medium Load Member

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  5. jtaran06

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    Swamped at RL. We got Schneider pulling loads out Tacoma.
     
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  6. road_runner

    road_runner Road Train Member

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    Heard something similar from my buddy working at Reddaway in Montana. Says they are swamped from Billings MT all the way into Oregon.
     
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