Bits and Pieces

Discussion in 'B&P Motor Express' started by Jeff, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. Jeff

    Jeff Administrator

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    B&P Motor Express. The intials stand for Baltimore and Pittsburgh. They were a regional ltl carrier whose employees were represented by the Teamsters. They also had a terminal in Mansfield, OH and like many ltl's back then, they had a "Special Commodities" steel division using owner operators, usually with the fanciest equipment of that time. My friend was with the until they closed sometime in the mid-1980's. I'm sure there must be some veteran freighthaulers on Truckingboards that could offer more insight on the company and may have even worked there.
     
  2. Washboard

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    Thanks Jeff!

    Her are a few more scans from the Bits and Pieces newsletters that were given to me by a friend who used to work there.

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  3. Jeff

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    Thats great stuff!
     
  4. bobm1940

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    I worked for sister company M & M. When US Industries took over that was the beginning of the end for us all...
     

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