.My dad was with PIE in Dallas until they closed the doors. I cant get him near a computer now, but I know he would love to hear from anyone who worked there. (He is battling cancer, and still loves to talk about the "GOOD OLD" days.
Pm me if you worked there and I will pass the message along.
Helluva nice story, ***eol, thanks for sharing.
Toler hope alls well..I talk to Vancleve once in a while he is retired as am I RonI was a line haul manager in Sacramento from 1979-1985, manager in Fontana for a few months, and director of line haul-west from 1985 to 1989.
There were many really great drivers there. Would like to hear about any of them.
It was called Ryder/P.I.E Nationwide before settling as P.I.E. Nationwide!The company was Pacific Intermountain Express. I started with Ryder Truck Lines in 1977, and they merged with P.I.E. around 1985, and became P.I.E. Nationwide. They lost money out the whazzo then forward. Then 1990 another merger with bankrupt Transcon that took the whole thing out off business. Was a drag starting all over elsewhere!