Discussion in 'XPO Logistics' started by ramerjamer, Dec 22, 2015.
My tractor got rebranded this morning at our sic. See if you can spot it.
Subtle is word that comes to mind.
Exactly. Don't want to overpower anyone, just a gentle reminder that we are in town........pay no attention, we are no threat.......
I would expect an immediate influx of freight.
no need to go overboard, seeing jacobs will sell the ltl division.
just wonder if you guys will be wearing fed ex uniforms or central transport.
You mean Truck Load don't you??? LTL is why he bought the company...
xpo wanted logistics only, they could only get it if they bought whole thing. i could see them sell off ltl and keep what they wanted to begin with.
I was under the impression that LTL was the bread and butter, am I wrong?
Wanted Menlo. It was all or nothing.
Now that is a high quality rebrand right there lol
I guess that what Mr. Jacobs calls a "rebranding", I call a bad joke.
I have to giggle, at least the XPO is red, the truck is white and the strips are blue.
That version of "re-branding" looks more like a company that is hanging by a thread financially and about to shut their doors. But that's surely not the case.
Paid over three billion..........and uses magnets for "re-branding" the equipment? WTH?
Saw a Conway today with XPO logo on the Indiana license plate.
2016 is going to be an interesting year, i could see the ltl division changing hands. don't believe a word they tell you because you're needed to drive the truck until they seal the deal and get their agenda completed. like any of these companies give two deuces about you.
I really can't see it, but for the fun of it. HOW ABOUT------------YRC ( Yellow, Roadway, Conway ) end it all with Consolidated Freightways. Here it is YRC/ Conway Freightways. OK guys and dolls, it is Christmas Eve, so please do not beat me up to much, I was peer pressured into this by the guy who has had enough. Who knows? Maybe the Central States pension fund will give them the money to pull this off.
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