Yellow | Coming back for more?

Texas Larry

TB Lurker
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Are they going to come back to us again - or the funds??? This is from the YRCW 10-Q filed 05/10/10 - link is:
http://investors.yrcw.com/sec.cfm

Item 1A. Risk Factors

We do not believe we will be able to meet our liquidity requirements if our current deferral arrangements are not extended beyond their current respective expiration dates.

As of March 31, 2010, we have deferred an aggregate of approximately $155 million of pension plan contributions under the contribution deferral agreement with multi-employer pension funds and approximately $54 million of interest and fees under our existing senior credit agreement and asset backed securitization facility. The deferred pension plan contributions were originally required to be paid to the pension funds in one payment of approximately $3.6 million in June 2009 and thirty-six equal monthly installments beginning in January 2010; however, commencing in December 2009 amortization and interest payments to the pension funds were deferred. These deferral arrangements are all temporary in nature. Deferred fees and interest under the asset backed securitization facility currently will become due no later than October 26, 2010 unless we can reach agreement to refinance the facility or to further defer the fees and interest. The deferral arrangements under the contribution deferral agreement and our senior credit agreement with respect to amortization payments, interest payments and fees, as applicable, currently will terminate at the end of 2010, unless, in the case of the contribution deferral agreement, we obtain approval of an extension from multi-employer pension funds that would receive at least 90% of the deferred payments and, in the case of the senior credit agreement, we obtain approval of an extension from 66 2/3% of the lenders. If we obtain such approval, the deferred amortization and interest under the contribution deferral agreement and the deferred interest and fees under the senior credit agreement will become due and payable no later than December 31, 2011. In addition, if the fee and interest deferrals under the senior credit agreement do not continue in 2011, the Teamsters have the right to terminate the Amended and Restated Memorandum of Understanding on the Job Security Plan dated July 9, 2009, which, among other things, would eliminate the 15% wage reduction in place since August 2009 through March 2013 for employees of bargaining units that have ratified that plan. We cannot assure you that we will be able to refinance the asset backed securitization facility or further defer amortization payments, interest payments and fees. If we are not successful in extending the respective expiration dates, we do not believe that we will have sufficient liquidity to make any of these payments and continue to operate our business in the ordinary course. In this event, we would need to engage in additional out-of-court restructuring transactions or an in-court restructuring
 
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