Yellow Roadway Merger?

Discussion in 'YRC' started by latanea, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. latanea

    latanea Road Train Member

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    what terminal are you talking about?
     
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  3. Hilltop

    Hilltop Medium Load Member

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    There is no Keene VT.....LMAO
     
  4. latanea

    latanea Road Train Member

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    A lot of our terminals have the name of the largest city "nearby"..


    i.e. I work out of cincy - yet our terminal (241) is close to 20 miles from Cincinnati proper. (west chester ohio)

    Winston-Salem is actually Kernersville etc etc / Akron is Copley Ohio / ST Louis is Fenton Mo. etc etc etc

    the Keene Vt. (NH) terminal is locates right on the border. (closer to Bellows Falls off of I-91)
     
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  5. Hilltop

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    And there is another one 13 miles on the other side of the border as well...

    And that one is closer to BF then the other one..That is why it is not making any sense
     
  6. latanea

    latanea Road Train Member

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    PnD over Velocity center probably...

    or maybe one of them is a RSC.
     
  7. Hilltop

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    PnD and RSC??????????????? English please....:biggrin_25525:
     
  8. latanea

    latanea Road Train Member

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    PnD - pick up and delivery = small town terminal in which few if any road drivers operate out of... and about 6 city drivers

    Velocity - medium size terminal with mayeb 5-20 road drivers and up to 20 city drivers

    RSC - pegional service center - BIG terminals with several hundred employees (usually located near large cities) 150 - 300 road drivers / 8o city drivers and a couple of hundred or more on the dock.
     
  9. Hilltop

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    Both of those places are PnD centers then....
     
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  11. latanea

    latanea Road Train Member

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    We were given a sheet of paper with an explanation of the merger and DOT # to be used.

    (to keep on person if we were to get DOT'd)

    looks as if most terminals will be jointly merging in larger areas by the end of the year.

    Atlanta seems to have the biggest problems thus far since neither terminal (R or Yellow) is really big enough to handle what they already have going on.

    Now there will be an Atlanta North and an Atlanta SOuth...

    North being the Marietta GA. terminal of Yellow

    South being the Roadway terminal in Conley GA.

    No word here in Cincy yet as to ow the merge will be done (as far as facilities go).
     
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