yrc doing ok

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  1. westdriver

    westdriver Member

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    Now what ? Looks like yrc has been given a another chance
    there stock has gone up 25% last 2 days
    It seems that they've convinced the banks there on the right track
    so who looks like the fool now
    all of our sales staff / local drivers. that have been out talking of the downfall of the mighty yrc
    so what do we use as a sales tool now ?
    that was pretty weak , our customers, our ex future customers, will see through it
    so boys, start taking the freight back off the trucks that you had forcast for the coming weeks, cause you're going to see alot of freight discounts in the near weeks:nutkick:
     
  2. hooty

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    Exactly who do you work for-yellow or us?
     
  3. 365Volare

    365Volare Active Member

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    Good question Hooty...................
     
  4. eddielionhead

    eddielionhead New Member

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    yrc will endure, god bless all those people.
     
  5. Cityslicker

    Cityslicker Banned

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    Eat Me:Flame-On:
     
  6. imported_RiffRaff

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    I work for my family... And you?
     
  7. hooty

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    Hmmmmm, 1st city mortgage, appalachian power, bp oil co, numerous insurance companies, walmart, direct tv just to name a few.
     
  8. wrestle4life

    wrestle4life New Member

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    Did anyone really think that YRC was really going to go under?
     
  9. fedex fedup

    fedex fedup Member

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    they arn;t out of the woods yet but they did get some gas for their cain saw
     
  10. Griz

    Griz Well-Known Member

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    Your right. We've withstood a series of body punches from several different opponents. We are still dazed, but not out. The opportunity for a knock out is decreasing as the fight moves into the later rounds. Like a great champion the cream usually rises to the top. With the likes of New Penn, Reddaway, Holland and the mother ship YRC, You better get us now or good luck in the future. GRIZZ
     
  11. fedex fedup

    fedex fedup Member

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    I think you said it all good luck I hope they make it for all are sakes
     
  12. RETL84

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    Thats a GREAT sales tactic. Bad mouth the other guy. Tell EVERYONE ! that he"s Done ! While Your company CRASHES:biglaugh: Im sure the customers wont care. Your sure to get the freight someday.:duh:
     
  13. Oldernwiser

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    History say's the chance of a stock under $5.00 not going bankrupt is somthing like 10-15%. Not good odds but for the industrys sake as a whole, IMO there needs to be YRC, and a YRC that is profitable. The giveback has never worked with any other union ltl carrier that I know of as well, so let's hope history can be avoided for everyones sake union or not.
     
  14. zennbubba

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    i think you would have a hard time finding conditions ,the likes of which we are in right now in history.
     

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