Now, after a little over a year, I see that Vitran is basically a larger version of Milan. Vitran offers more direct service coverage than Milan did. After the buyout, many Milan customers heard of bad things about Vitran. Many were afraid to use Vitran. We have been working hard to eliminate their fears, and many have continued business with Vitran. I believe Chris K. is making the changes that he deems necessary for the company's survivability and future prosperity. Time will tell! I am not real excited about the imminent deluge of pups about to roll in. I anticipate even more freight damage with the pups, as they ride terrible, and tall, top heavy freight is the first to fall victim of a wild driver, and a careless dockworker who failed to strap it down! Are Vitran's insurance rates going to increase with the increased use of double trailers? Is'nt there giong to be more time spent on yards at breakbulks hooking/unhooking pups? Considering that the company pays .2cents per mile extra for pulling a set of pups, has anyone done the math to see how much more expensive (or not) utilizing double trailers in our linehaul operations will be? I understand the company anticipates a savings from going to lay-downs to meet & turns. Hopefully the logistical advantages of not have to move/strip so much freight will be of such great savings as to negate any inceased costs of this new incorporation of doubles into linehaul. Am I making sense to anybody?