Leased on with celadon

Discussion in 'Celadon' started by Classified 007, Sep 5, 2017.

  1. IluvCATS

    IluvCATS Road Train Member

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  2. Danajc

    Danajc Light Load Member

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    You'll find out that Celadon compensates the people at the top level well, then nickel-and-dime their drivers paycheck.
     
  3. Danajc

    Danajc Light Load Member

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    I hope that you have at least $100,000 saved up because you can go into the shop and get a $20,000-$40,000 repair bill. Owning and maintaining a big rig is not cheap.
     
  4. The Big T

    The Big T Light Load Member

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    Hah ha ha ha ha ha!!!!
     
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  5. Classified 007

    Classified 007 Bobtail Member

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    The haters are so serious about there hate......Lmao,just another great week here at celadon and Quality...It's all good LMAO
     
  6. Classified 007

    Classified 007 Bobtail Member

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    Great loads on the east coast ...SE,mid Atlantic ,NE....The rates are great...Yup..Find that traingle yup....Peace
     
  7. Danajc

    Danajc Light Load Member

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    Were you partying in Broad Ripple over the weekend, is that why you haven't replied since Friday? You sound like a driver recruiter looking for drivers for the over purchased 12,000 trucks that are sitting at Celadon and quality.
     
  8. Danajc

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    Celadon doesn't pay drivers a livable wage. They constantly won't pay for the loads that you turn it. Takes forever to get payroll on the phone to see why you weren't paid for the work that you did. Celadon is an unorganized crooked company that has a current SEC federal investigation. You can look at Celadon Group CGI Update | Freedom Of Information Act (United States) | U.S. Securities And Exchange Commission
     
  9. Danajc

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    The prolonged trucking-industry slump hasn't spared many fleets, but few have faced as much upheaval as Celadon Group Inc. The truckload carrier's shares plunged 55% after the company said it could not vouch for financial statements covering more than a year, and posted a $10 million operating loss in the most recent quarter, the WSJ Logistics Report's Jennifer Smith writes. Celadon's problems stem from a big bet on truck leasing a few years ago, with that unit growing from 750 tractors in 2013 to 11,300 last year. Weak freight demand and plunging used-truck prices hit leasing businesses hard. Celadon moved many of those assets off its books last year, but last month drew the attention of short sellers who accused the company of hiding losses. Tuesday's revelations sent shares to a 15-year low, though most other trucking stocks remain up sharply from a year ago, a sign that investors see Celadon's problems as unique to the company.

    Today's Top Supply Chain and Logistics News From WSJ
     
  10. Western flyer

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    The OP is a joke. Why is anybody paying any attention
    To this guy. He sounds like a little kid just rambling
    Off a bunch of silly stuff.
    This is some goofball sitting behind a desk with
    Nothing else to do.
     
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