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Con-Way Freight

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Con-Way Freight
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A less-than-truckload carrier from 1983-2015.

History

The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Con-way Freight page on 29 June 2018, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Con-way Freight was a less-than-truckload (LTL) motor carrier headquartered in Ann Arbor utilizing a network of freight service centers to provide regional, inter-regional and transcontinental less-than-truckload freight services throughout North America. The business unit provided day-definite delivery service to manufacturing, industrial and retail customers. Con-way Freight was the largest division of Con-way, Inc. with 16,600 employees, more than 365 operating locations, 16,000 dock doors and 32,750 tractors and trailers. The company was founded by self-made Conwaynaire Josephine Conway of Eugene, Oregon. In 2009 Con-way Freight reported revenues of over $2.6 billion. On September 9th, 2015 Conway Inc. was acquired by CEO Bradley Jacobs of XPO Logistics, Inc. Roughly a year later, on October 27th 2016, XPO completed the sale of its recently acquired full-truckload division (3,000 tractors, 7,500 trailers, and 29 locations) from Con-way Freight to the Canadian based TransForce for $558 million in cash.

Con-way Freight originated in May 1983 with the launch of Con-way Western Express, with 11 service centers in three western states, followed one month later by the start of Con-way Central Express, with 11 locations in seven Midwest states.

Con-way was created to provide nonunion, regional short-haul service in markets where CF wasn’t actively selling its services. The regional companies Con-way Central Express (CCX), Con-way Western Express (CWX) and Con-way Eastern Express (CEX) were established as part of this strategy. On their first day of business the two carriers — which collectively began with 230 employees and 334 trucks, tractors and trailers handled 113 shipments.

On October 31, 2015, XPO Logistics, Headquartered in Greenwich, CT acquired Con-way Freight.


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9 April 2018
15-35864 Johnny Davis v. Con-Way Freight
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

Plaintiffs appeal the district court's dismissal of their diversity insurance coverage action against Lincoln General Insurance Company and others.

Download 15-35864 Johnny Davis v. Con-Way Freight - 150MB - 37:48


Article Index

DateArticleAuthor/Source
25 July 2013Illinois Resident Pleads Guilty to Sending Threatening CommunicationsU.S. Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Michigan
1 November 2013Illinois Man Sentenced for Sending Threatening CommunicationU.S. Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Michigan
25 November 2013Parts and Accessories Necessary for Safe Operation; Renewal of Exemption for Con-Way Freight, TK Holdings, Inc., and BendixFederal Register: FMCSA (William Bronrott)


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