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Since 1944, when California Cartage Company made its first delivery, it has become an industry leader in trucking, warehousing, and deconsolidation.
Up to the same date of the current year we found that all air freight cartage was progressing at a fat increase of more than 14% in total shipments and 18% in the dollars paid therefor.
Roehl Transport and Stagecoach Cartage & Distribution demonstrate a deep commitment to safety throughout every layer of their organisations and their efforts truly make a difference.
It may seem a long way from horse collars and cartage systems to computer software and today's high-tech industries, but the distance traveled is really not so far.
NYSE: RRTS) said it has acquired Stagecoach Cartage and Distribution, a provider of truckload and logistics services based in El Paso, Texas, for a total purchase price of USD35 million, plus an earn-out capped at USD5 million.
Coached by Steve Duffy from the national safety team, Canada Cartage took top honours in the straight truck, single-single, tandem-tandem, grand champion, and rookie of the year categories, and was awarded "Team of the Year" for receiving the highest combined points total at the event.
The president of California Cartage Company, Robert Curry, said he anticipated large fuel and operational cost savings from the new fleet.
But George Kuhn, executive director of the Canadian international Freight Forwarders Association, contends that the problem is not with the cartage firms.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 29, 2015-US Trucking Firm Roadrunner Transportation Systems Buys Stagecoach Cartage for USD 35m