In my opinion, the whole thing stinks. What it boils down to, the Canadian customers are led to believe (by the "new" Holland sales people now in Ottawa) that they are shipping their product on USF Holland trucks, when in fact they are shipping on Speedy. That becomes obvious when the Speedy truck and driver shows up at their dock. Is the USF Holland misrepresentation used ONLY on freight destined for the US or is it also for freight staying in Canada? What is the "New Holland Sales Team" office consist of? (1) desk (1) telephone (1) desk clerk and (1) sales solicitor? Or is that all shared with Speedy, too? Does Speedy deliver and service the same customers as USF Holland on the US side of the border? Where do their territories overlap and who determines who get what for customers since the sales records of customers, routes and rates are an "open book" to both Speedy and Holland (at least on the Canadian side of the border)? As I said, the whole thing stinks and it seems to benefit Speedy a whole lot more than Holland. Maybe union or non-union doesn't matter to Canadian shippers but these Holland sales reps "selling" service described as union service when it actually is not, initially, are being deceptive. (As for me I hate sales people who misrepresent their product or service, just to sell the product).If the Canadian shippers prefer a non-union Canadian company, why don't they just call Speedy to begin with? Speedy would still take it and either deliver it themselves or inter-line it with whoever DID make that point in the US. 2+2 does not add up to 4 in this arrangement.