Well, they had their meeting to discuss whether to go through with the Chapter 7 filing. No one knows the outcome besides those who were in attendance. I 'll take a stab at a scenario. Tomorrow will be business as usual. Freight will be delivered and pick ups made, that's if they have fuel in the equipment. Over the weekend they will store all the freight in trailers and move as much equipment to an undisclosed location. On Sunday, when the locals call in for a start time you may get the bad news via recording or nobody will be there to answer the phone. Take all your personal belongings home with you to be on the safe side. They may not allow you on the property if they lock you out. That's if your tractor is even there. You will be entitled to compensation through the WARN ACT, which states that an employee cannot cease operations without a 60 day written notice. Hopefully it never gets to that point and it has nothing to do with the union... ALL EMPLOYEES fall under this protection. I hope I'm wrong with this prediction and Harry puts his personal money back into the company, restoring it back to it's Hey day. Start from the top down, getting rid of existing management and train people who care not only about the company but it's employees the way Harry intended it to be.