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Scott D. Ware

Management Biography





YRC Worldwide Inc.
Scott D. Ware
Chief Network Officer, YRC Worldwide
President,
Holland

Scott Ware is Chief Network Officer of YRC Worldwide (YRCW),
the holding company for a portfolio of less-than-truckload (LTL)
companies including YRC Freight, YRC Reimer, Holland,
Reddaway, and New Penn. He was named to the position in
October, 2018. He also serves as President of Holland, a
position he has held since 2012. Ware joined Holland in 2007.
Ware has more than 35 years of freight transportation
experience, with proven expertise in linehaul-network
optimization and planning. As VP of Operations at Holland, he
led multiple performance-improvement initiatives and service
enhancements while re-engineering the freight flow network.
Those changes allowed Holland to remain a leader in providing
regional LTL services as the tenth-largest LTL carrier in the US.
Holland’s network consists of 53 terminals and over 8,000
employees servicing the Midwest and Southeast.
Ware earned a bachelor of science degree from the University of
North Carolina at Charlotte. He began his transportation career
while in college as a part-time dock worker. He entered
Roadway’s management training program as an employee of its
Spartan Express subsidiary. He progressed through senior
leadership positions at both corporate and field levels, gaining
extensive experience in the LTL industry through roles in
operations, sales, and administrative management.
Headquartered in Overland Park, Kan., YRCW has one of the
most comprehensive LTL networks in North America, with local,
regional, national, and international capabilities. The YRCW
companies offer industry-leading expertise in flexible supply
chain solutions, ensuring customers can ship industrial,
commercial and retail goods with confidence.



It appears that Mr. Ware will be spearheading the integration of the networks? Maybe there is something to those recent "merger" rumors? Keep your ears open!

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Scott D. Ware

Management Biography





YRC Worldwide Inc.
Scott D. Ware
Chief Network Officer, YRC Worldwide
President,
Holland

Scott Ware is Chief Network Officer of YRC Worldwide (YRCW),
the holding company for a portfolio of less-than-truckload (LTL)
companies including YRC Freight, YRC Reimer, Holland,
Reddaway, and New Penn. He was named to the position in
October, 2018. He also serves as President of Holland, a
position he has held since 2012. Ware joined Holland in 2007.
Ware has more than 35 years of freight transportation
experience, with proven expertise in linehaul-network
optimization and planning. As VP of Operations at Holland, he
led multiple performance-improvement initiatives and service
enhancements while re-engineering the freight flow network.
Those changes allowed Holland to remain a leader in providing
regional LTL services as the tenth-largest LTL carrier in the US.
Holland’s network consists of 53 terminals and over 8,000
employees servicing the Midwest and Southeast.
Ware earned a bachelor of science degree from the University of
North Carolina at Charlotte. He began his transportation career
while in college as a part-time dock worker. He entered
Roadway’s management training program as an employee of its
Spartan Express subsidiary. He progressed through senior
leadership positions at both corporate and field levels, gaining
extensive experience in the LTL industry through roles in
operations, sales, and administrative management.
Headquartered in Overland Park, Kan., YRCW has one of the
most comprehensive LTL networks in North America, with local,
regional, national, and international capabilities. The YRCW
companies offer industry-leading expertise in flexible supply
chain solutions, ensuring customers can ship industrial,
commercial and retail goods with confidence.



It appears that Mr. Ware will be spearheading the integration of the networks? Maybe there is something to those recent "merger" rumors? Keep your ears open!

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Another attempt at ‘seemless synergies’ between subsidiaries, as useless as my acrimonious alliteration.

If we are truly profit oriented, why does YRC compete with our own regional carriers?
 
Holland drivers in Chicago area aren't going to like being forced on teams! They have to merge because we're short so many drivers down to 430 Road Drivers at 309 I remember over a 1000 when we first merged.
 
Very Interesting that he would join up with the YRCW team and still run Holland , so you have to ask yourself are these steps to bigger changes & becoming one big dysfunctional family in 2019 ?? keep ears & eyes wide open indeed !!
 
Another attempt at ‘seemless synergies’ between subsidiaries, as useless as my acrimonious alliteration.

If we are truly profit oriented, why does YRC compete with our own regional carriers?
Holland and YRC Freight already "interlining" freight and have been for some time. I heard that at YRC Freight-211-Akron, a Holland driver drops off 50 or more shipments a week for YRC Freight to deliver (mostly east points) in the YRC Freight System. YRC Freight gives the Holland driver only 3 or 4 shipments a week for Holland to deliver in their system. Multiply this around the country where YRC Freight and Holland terminals overlap and it's just the beginning?! How about at your barn?

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Holland and YRC Freight already "interlining" freight and have been for some time. I heard that at YRC Freight-211-Akron, a Holland driver drops off 50 or more shipments a week for YRC Freight to deliver (mostly east points) in the YRC Freight System. YRC Freight gives the Holland driver only 3 or 4 shipments a week for Holland to deliver in their system. Multiply this around the country where YRC Freight and Holland terminals overlap and it's just the beginning?! How about at your barn?

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Since Holland serves a smaller area than YRC wouldn't this apparent imbalance make sense? Holland gives YRC freight for areas they (Holland) don't serve whereas YRC does itself pretty much cover Holland's territory.
 
Holland and YRC Freight already "interlining" freight and have been for some time. I heard that at YRC Freight-211-Akron, a Holland driver drops off 50 or more shipments a week for YRC Freight to deliver (mostly east points) in the YRC Freight System. YRC Freight gives the Holland driver only 3 or 4 shipments a week for Holland to deliver in their system. Multiply this around the country where YRC Freight and Holland terminals overlap and it's just the beginning?! How about at your barn?

:wtflol:
 
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