Yellow | COO @ 309

L .S. was the highest sen. to leave, Dave M. was the lowest and he was hired in december of 1994. Those were the only hold bids they posted were for these 2.




Please don't post last names .
 
lets see hired in 99 in columbus had to transfer to indy to keep job company paid 56 hundred after 10 months in indy had to transfer to cincy to keep my job company paid 56 hundred work a year laid me off add the numbers up thats just 10 months they paid me that oh by the married with 3 kids :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:
 
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With all the freight coming and the drivers being called back, people would think that 309 would add some bids back up.
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:chairshot: They did!
 
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[quote author=Italian Style link=topic=79225.msg829520#msg829520 date=1273778363]
With all the freight coming and the drivers being called back, people would think that 309 would add some bids back up.
[/quote]

:chairshot: They did!
[/quote]Yeah, probably only offered to the original half of 309, because the other half are never qualified to meet the illegal 700 mile requirements that are needed to make the run possible to operate. I have to admit those tractors are getting faster on covering a lot of ground at 62 mph. Are those the pee bottle bids? The ones where breaks are not allowed?
 
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[quote author=Italian Style link=topic=79225.msg829520#msg829520 date=1273778363]
With all the freight coming and the drivers being called back, people would think that 309 would add some bids back up.
[/quote]

:chairshot: They did!
[/quote]Yeah, probably only offered to the original half of 309, because the other half are never qualified to meet the illegal 700 mile requirements that are needed to make the run possible to operate. I have to admit those tractors are getting faster on covering a lot of ground at 62 mph. Are those the pee bottle bids? The ones where breaks are not allowed?
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I believe that there are negotations under way to have "pillow warmers" provided on those longer runs.:thumbsup: The stewards want glass but YRC is only offering plastic! :biglaugh:
 
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[quote author=albag link=topic=79225.msg829665#msg829665 date=1273813425]
[quote author=Italian Style link=topic=79225.msg829520#msg829520 date=1273778363]
With all the freight coming and the drivers being called back, people would think that 309 would add some bids back up.
[/quote]

:chairshot: They did!
[/quote]Yeah, probably only offered to the original half of 309, because the other half are never qualified to meet the illegal 700 mile requirements that are needed to make the run possible to operate. I have to admit those tractors are getting faster on covering a lot of ground at 62 mph. Are those the pee bottle bids? The ones where breaks are not allowed?
[/quote]

I believe that there are negotations under way to have "pillow warmers" provided on those longer runs.:thumbsup: The stewards want glass but YRC is only offering plastic! :biglaugh:
[/quote]Make sure there is a cover on it. It would be bad to hit a bump and have it spill all over the place.
 
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[quote author=albag link=topic=79225.msg829665#msg829665 date=1273813425]
[quote author=Italian Style link=topic=79225.msg829520#msg829520 date=1273778363]
With all the freight coming and the drivers being called back, people would think that 309 would add some bids back up.
[/quote]

:chairshot: They did!
[/quote]Yeah, probably only offered to the original half of 309, because the other half are never qualified to meet the illegal 700 mile requirements that are needed to make the run possible to operate. I have to admit those tractors are getting faster on covering a lot of ground at 62 mph. Are those the pee bottle bids? The ones where breaks are not allowed?
[/quote]

I believe that there are negotations under way to have "pillow warmers" provided on those longer runs.:thumbsup: The stewards want glass but YRC is only offering plastic! :biglaugh:
[/quote]Make sure there is a cover on it. It would be bad to hit a bump and have it spill all over the place.
[/quote]

I believe that the point of contention right now is how much YRC will charge for lids. :biglaugh: The stewards want the lids to be included in the price of the bottles. :thumbsup:
 
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[quote author=albag link=topic=79225.msg829665#msg829665 date=1273813425]
[quote author=Italian Style link=topic=79225.msg829520#msg829520 date=1273778363]
With all the freight coming and the drivers being called back, people would think that 309 would add some bids back up.
[/quote]

:chairshot: They did!
[/quote]Yeah, probably only offered to the original half of 309, because the other half are never qualified to meet the illegal 700 mile requirements that are needed to make the run possible to operate. I have to admit those tractors are getting faster on covering a lot of ground at 62 mph. Are those the pee bottle bids? The ones where breaks are not allowed?
[/quote]

I believe that there are negotations under way to have "pillow warmers" provided on those longer runs.:thumbsup: The stewards want glass but YRC is only offering plastic! :biglaugh:
[/quote]Make sure there is a cover on it. It would be bad to hit a bump and have it spill all over the place.
[/quote]

I believe that the point of contention right now is how much YRC will charge for lids. :biglaugh: The stewards want the lids to be included in the price of the bottles. :thumbsup:
[/quote]I guess it will be easier to take the RANDOM drug test then.
 
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Just wondering when and where the freight is coming from?italian?

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In the Roadway days, Roadway could turn on/off freight as they pleased. It's all in the pricing of movement. If they wanted the freight from ANY CARRIER, all they have to do is undercut it, but then, that's a new definition of "Cheap Freight". It's easy to cut, but really hard to raise rates. Everyone wants it for next to nothing or NOTHING, a good example is EXACT EXPRESS/TIME CRITICAL. The mantra/sales pitch is "ON TIME, or IT'S FREE!". And with the way the freight has been failing or not being picked up, shippers don't really have the confidence to ship with us unless there is an enticement to do so. The age old addage is "Money talks/BS Walks".
 
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[quote author=bigtruk_us link=topic=79225.msg830567#msg830567 date=1274083194]
Just wondering when and where the freight is coming from?italian?

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[/quote]

In the Roadway days, Roadway could turn on/off freight as they pleased. It's all in the pricing of movement. If they wanted the freight from ANY CARRIER, all they have to do is undercut it, but then, that's a new definition of "Cheap Freight". It's easy to cut, but really hard to raise rates. Everyone wants it for next to nothing or NOTHING, a good example is EXACT EXPRESS/TIME CRITICAL. The mantra/sales pitch is "ON TIME, or IT'S FREE!". And with the way the freight has been failing or not being picked up, shippers don't really have the confidence to ship with us unless there is an enticement to do so. The age old addage is "Money talks/BS Walks".
[/quote]Are we standing in a McDonald's line ordering food where there is a time limit to meet or else the food is free. Thank God, your not a YRC salesman. Now could you punch the clock, and go back to work, Thanks.
 
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[quote author=BFalls link=topic=79225.msg830602#msg830602 date=1274098899]
[quote author=bigtruk_us link=topic=79225.msg830567#msg830567 date=1274083194]
Just wondering when and where the freight is coming from?italian?

Sent from my MB200 using Tapatalk


[/quote]

In the Roadway days, Roadway could turn on/off freight as they pleased. It's all in the pricing of movement. If they wanted the freight from ANY CARRIER, all they have to do is undercut it, but then, that's a new definition of "Cheap Freight". It's easy to cut, but really hard to raise rates. Everyone wants it for next to nothing or NOTHING, a good example is EXACT EXPRESS/TIME CRITICAL. The mantra/sales pitch is "ON TIME, or IT'S FREE!". And with the way the freight has been failing or not being picked up, shippers don't really have the confidence to ship with us unless there is an enticement to do so. The age old addage is "Money talks/BS Walks".
[/quote]Are we standing in a McDonald's line ordering food where there is a time limit to meet or else the food is free. Thank God, your not a YRC salesman. Now could you punch the clock, and go back to work, Thanks.
[/quote]

What's the matter I.S.? Truth sting? You're the one punching the clock on the 1.4 bill per hour dock, not me. You must be confused.
 
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[quote author=BFalls link=topic=79225.msg830602#msg830602 date=1274098899]
[quote author=bigtruk_us link=topic=79225.msg830567#msg830567 date=1274083194]
Just wondering when and where the freight is coming from?italian?

Sent from my MB200 using Tapatalk


[/quote]

In the Roadway days, Roadway could turn on/off freight as they pleased. It's all in the pricing of movement. If they wanted the freight from ANY CARRIER, all they have to do is undercut it, but then, that's a new definition of "Cheap Freight". It's easy to cut, but really hard to raise rates. Everyone wants it for next to nothing or NOTHING, a good example is EXACT EXPRESS/TIME CRITICAL. The mantra/sales pitch is "ON TIME, or IT'S FREE!". And with the way the freight has been failing or not being picked up, shippers don't really have the confidence to ship with us unless there is an enticement to do so. The age old addage is "Money talks/BS Walks".
[/quote]Are we standing in a McDonald's line ordering food where there is a time limit to meet or else the food is free. Thank God, your not a YRC salesman. Now could you punch the clock, and go back to work, Thanks.
[/quote]

What's the matter I.S.? Truth sting? You're the one punching the clock on the 1.4 bill per hour dock, not me. You must be confused.
[/quote]There you go assuming again. The truth is I am not going to get paid the same as a foreigner, with the rest of the Yes crowd from YRC, and thats before the Bfalls. :biglaugh:
 
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[quote author=BFalls link=topic=79225.msg830602#msg830602 date=1274098899]
[quote author=bigtruk_us link=topic=79225.msg830567#msg830567 date=1274083194]
Just wondering when and where the freight is coming from?italian?

Sent from my MB200 using Tapatalk


[/quote]

In the Roadway days, Roadway could turn on/off freight as they pleased. It's all in the pricing of movement. If they wanted the freight from ANY CARRIER, all they have to do is undercut it, but then, that's a new definition of "Cheap Freight". It's easy to cut, but really hard to raise rates. Everyone wants it for next to nothing or NOTHING, a good example is EXACT EXPRESS/TIME CRITICAL. The mantra/sales pitch is "ON TIME, or IT'S FREE!". And with the way the freight has been failing or not being picked up, shippers don't really have the confidence to ship with us unless there is an enticement to do so. The age old addage is "Money talks/BS Walks".
[/quote]Are we standing in a McDonald's line ordering food where there is a time limit to meet or else the food is free. Thank God, your not a YRC salesman. Now could you punch the clock, and go back to work, Thanks.
[/quote]

What's the matter I.S.? Truth sting? You're the one punching the clock on the 1.4 bill per hour dock, not me. You must be confused.
[/quote]There you go assuming again. The truth is I am not going to get paid the same as a foreigner, with the rest of the Yes crowd from YRC, and thats before the Bfalls. :biglaugh:
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The truth of the matter is your on Comp, and your days are numbered. Take the hint, stupid
 
Are we still assuming, again? Take your own hint. It only works to perfection on the confused YRC misfits. The (Y)es (R)unning (C)rew misfits, that is. People may want to rethink about staying before YRC takes a Bfalls. :biglaugh:
 
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