Discussion in 'Holland' started by hellraiser74, Jan 21, 2008.
please update layoffs
still 2 @ DA (linehaul)
i think 11 linhaule sl:3dflagsdotcom_usa_2
26 at CN, 4 just last friday,all linehaul..
Think we got about 15 off in the city here not sure about linehaul,
Although I did see a sign about there being so many that they had to rebid this sunday.
They were working casuals this evening on the dock so I guess everyone was offered work.
They just made cheap 10 percenters out of all those people who are layed off
columbus has 5 city guys and 1 road driver layed off and they didnt work 3 ten percenters last week.
Atlanta is around 50 linehaul laid off. No city.
SI SIkeston has 22 out of 44 linehaul laid off
GB has 9 line haul 4 city drivers laid off
309 they have just called back all laid off
for an op to work(they are laid off but can sign up for work) lots of freight and lots of cold weather..i beleive 25-29 in layoff
LR has 7 out of 10 linehaul with one bumping in from NA so posibly 1 more will get laid off Friday, whitch will be me!
I think we have 3 city laid off.
Louisville has 4 city and 2 line-haul still off. All could work most days if they wanted to but choose to do "other" types of "things" instead. Rumor has it they may be back as soon as February? We're still busy so far, comes and goes though, its winter.
were is 309
Well they got 2 more in Atlanta last night to bring it to 52 road drivers on layoff and 0 city
plus a couple quit not included in the 52.
Our road board has been cut over half. 96 road drivers down to 44.
Two more city drivers in Gaylord, MI were laid off last night. That makes 8 total city from a 34 man board.
Only 1 linehaul laid off. Freight volume is in the tank up here. not good!
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KC layed off 2 more last night also 21 out of 45 no city that I know of
Must be Roadway in Chicago
Yes it is.. Chicago Heights.. Also here in St. Louis Big "R" has 11 out of 104 road laid off & unknow for city & dock.:smilie_132:
As of 01/25/08 Indt has 6 line haul drivers on layoff.
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