Information about Cardinal(Greatwide) Logistics?

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  1. FreightlinerGuy

    FreightlinerGuy Medium Load Member

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    Anyone have information regards to Cardinal Logistics? Particularly their local, and also lease purchase program.
     
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    Sneakerfix Heavy Load Member

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    @Chinatown may know. All I know Is that you can lease thru quality and take the truck to them
     
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  3. Chinatown

    Chinatown Road Train Member

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    Their website has a map and list of customers specific to various cities/towns. Also has some more details about the lease or purchase program.
     
  4. FreightlinerGuy

    FreightlinerGuy Medium Load Member

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    I don't see anything about the lease/purchase program on their website. Would you mind giving a link? I also cannot find the specific customers for various cities/towns.
     
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    driveforcardinal.com has the links. There's also a video to watch on this website.
    Cardinal also purchased Greatwide.com and merged it into their company. Now they have reefers/dry van/containers/step deck/heavy haul/flatbed.

    Greatwide Truckload Management includes the following Carriers:
    American Trans Freight
    Cheetah Transportation
    Dallas Mavis
    National Transportation Specialists
     
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  6. DesiTrucker

    DesiTrucker Light Load Member

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    What does FLEX FLEET/carried runs mean?

    Is that like being on the extra board like fedex and LTL companies;picking up left overs
     
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