Freight Volumes Weak Heading Into 4th Q

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  1. Kennesaw Kid

    Kennesaw Kid Super Moderator Staff Member

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  2. runawaytrain

    runawaytrain Wear their scorn with pride.

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    While volumes are down the LTL market has multiple opportunities for growth. If you give superior service than your competition then you can grab market share. Surely OD can afford to take a hit to their outstanding Operation Ratio. Market share is their. We can grab some of that with competitive pricing and service.
     
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    Im not sure it's very profitable to haul garbage freight for free.
     
  5. PistonRing83

    PistonRing83 Well-Known Member

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    We already haul tons of garbage freight. The sales reps should work on weeding out that crap and get more decent stuff.
     
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    Houston & New Orleans regions were to dependent on the oil & gas business, to keep them busy. Bad things happen when your not diversified. Now they are having to take that garbage freight to keep everything moving.:poster oops:
     

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