#YRC The merger begins

GIALLO

Active Member
Get a new job!! Yellow is not a freight company and hasn’t been for 40 yrs!!
:duel:
A lot of things have happen in the past, bad management, poor representation by the Union and other things. For a lot of us is too late in the game to bet into something new.
We will be here until the end if there is one, some millenniums will try something new.
But Yellow Freight still better place to work by today's standards than other jobs.
Thank you for your advise but we are comfortably working at Yellow Freight, no stress, cup of coffee every morning, deliver what we can and pick up what we can. Let management play their numbers and everyone happy.

:shift:
 

BIG R GUY

I -294 escape ramp specialist
Premium
:duel:
A lot of things have happen in the past, bad management, poor representation by the Union and other things. For a lot of us is too late in the game to bet into something new.
We will be here until the end if there is one, some millenniums will try something new.
But Yellow Freight still better place to work by today's standards than other jobs.
Thank you for your advise but we are comfortably working at Yellow Freight, no stress, cup of coffee every morning, deliver what we can and pick up what we can. Let management play their numbers and everyone happy.

:shift:
Orange Freight, Ted. And thanks for stopping by.
 

Jaloc

Well-Known Member
Half of us will be Utility Drivers! Holland Road drivers in Wheeling and McCook being merged into 309's Road Driver seniority list soon!
 

victor93

Well-Known Member
:duel:
A lot of things have happen in the past, bad management, poor representation by the Union and other things. For a lot of us is too late in the game to bet into something new.
We will be here until the end if there is one, some millenniums will try something new.
But Yellow Freight still better place to work by today's standards than other jobs.
Thank you for your advise but we are comfortably working at Yellow Freight, no stress, cup of coffee every morning, deliver what we can and pick up what we can. Let management play their numbers and everyone happy.

:shift:
Drive truck, get check
 

hilo342

Well-Known Member
You’re absolutely right. Never drove 102’s until Yellow got control of us. I believe New Penn had two or three 102 barn doors for a few special customers
If you go back to the 80’s when 102s were first legalized, Yellow was one the last carriers to buy 102s. So many of Yellow s docks had dock doors very close together
 

YellowFellow

On the road
If you go back to the 80’s when 102s were first legalized, Yellow was one the last carriers to buy 102s. So many of Yellow s docks had dock doors very close together
That would be correct. Our terminal in Quincy was built in mid 70's. Probably be difficult for some drivers to crank dollies in the doors. Made for slim, trim combo/UE people. LOL
BRG and Wong can't come here unfortunately. Not allowed south of 80 in Illinois or Iowa. LOL, LOL, LOL. We actually have room enough to go 15% over 46mph.
 
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