At some point yes. Pyle likes to give us chances to take corrective actions. As a manager said the employee fires them selves. There is a lot of...
There is nothing carved in stone. Still not known whether to go miles or a flat rate per segment. They want to be fair to the guys that stay in...
I watched the video. Also have spoken with John L, Bill G, and Duie recently and in the past six months. Something is going to change.To many guys...
Yup. We are on the clock. For now at least
Please relay to your buds in Streets it is OK to arrive early
If they went to a break operation the tune would change real fast
I believe the majority of the l/h drivers do not want mileage pay. It's the clock suckers making the company look at it.
It is still a ways off. Having a roundtable meeting at the end of November about it. Lets see what happens
The only l/h drivers I am aware of that get mileage are the ones doing the Southeastern run out of York. Think there are 6 guys. Basically a flat...
All I know is from co workers. Stay away from food service. Peddling ltl is easy in comparison
In the Duie Pyle yard, Saco, Maine
If you look in the NP pages that was brought up before contract was signed and NEMF went out. Think its under realignment
A friend of mine that does l/h for NP told me that.He is in their Billerica yard often. The l/h guys that bring the loads to remote p&d drivers in...
YRC is already taking freight. As of November New Penn will no longer service Maine. YRC is taking the work
As he typed in his tin foil hat!!!
Ok admins. What is with the (I think) Twitter feeds being posted here and other forums??
TMI Pro.........To damn much
Depends on the account. For what I have seen, the ones we lost the drivers that wanted to stay were moved to another account or absorbed in to LTL...
Reading threads like this just reinforces my decision to stay line haul.
Think Saia is taking over the New Penn term soon to be vacant
Not yet. My understanding is Saia is moving in to the old NEMF terminal in Scarborough, Maine