DHL Express workers begin strike at Cincinnati air hub
DHL Express workers went on strike Thursday at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport.
DHL Express workers went on strike Thursday at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport.
DHL Express says it has procedures to ensure there are no service disruptions if unionized ramp workers at its Cincinnati air hub go on strike.
The Teamsters and crash victim advocates say claims that parking shortages will be made worse by California’s and Washington’s rest break rules are unfounded.
Dozens of truck drivers at 10 Roads Express, a major Postal Service contractor, have voted to join the Teamsters in recent months.
Aurora Innovation opened its Interstate 45 autonomous trucking route between Dallas and Houston as unease and criticism grow.
American Trucking Associations CEO Chris Spear uses his annual address to urge motor carriers to fight for industry well-being.
The Teamsters union asked the U.S. Senate to look into Yellow’s bankruptcy proceedings as part of a broader review a judiciary committee is conducting on bankruptcy manipulation.
The governor of California appears to favor supporting autonomous trucking technology over labor objections.
On Thursday, Yellow Corp. said it is seeking a buyer for its logistics business and the union said negotiations have been fruitless.
At least two Yellow teams were given a prepared statement that “the company continues to prepare for a range of contingencies.”
A letter from the Teamsters negotiating committee on Tuesday showed it has been unable to come to terms with less-than-truckload carrier Yellow Corp.
Central States extends health insurance coverage for Teamsters employees, averting a planned Monday strike at less-than-truckload carrier Yellow Corp.
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A U.S. district court in Kansas may ultimately determine Yellow’s fate on Friday.
FreightWaves’ State of Freight for July focused on a potential Yellow shutdown and a looming strike at UPS.
FedEx will focus its resources on shippers who use both it and UPS, Shipware’s Karamcheti says.
Democrats said they respect workers’ rights to strike in the event negotiations between the Teamsters and UPS fail.
Less-than-truckload carrier Yellow Corp. says it’s the union’s fault for its cash-strapped predicament.
In a statement Tuesday evening, Yellow Corp. said it would defer health and pension contributions as planned.
Brokers say some shippers are steering clear of the troubled trucking carrier. Other customers are flocking to Yellow.
Documents revealed late Monday show Yellow Corp. has missed required contributions for June and plans to withhold July payments.
Yellow has reached a waiver deal with a group of lenders that will give it some breathing room as it seeks to right its sinking ship.
Single-sourcing of carriers doesn’t guarantee the best prices, experts say.
Yellow Corp. sent a letter to the White House on Thursday seeking assistance in negotiating with the Teamsters.
Negotiations between the Teamsters union and Yellow Corp. remain ongoing, with the fate of the nation’s third-largest LTL carrier hanging in the balance. Yellow is facing stiff resistance from the Teamsters over proposed operational changes that would consolidate operations between purchased regional carriers New Penn and Holland and integrate them into Yellow’s nationwide network.
XPO’s Miami-area facility had a contract between the Teamsters and the company, but the union has been voted out.
Shares of Yellow Corp. plummeted Tuesday as a lawsuit against Teamsters revealed the company’s options are dwindling and it will be out of cash in a few weeks.
Less-than-truckload carrier Yellow Corp. has asked pension and health and welfare fund plan administrators for a two-month extension.
ABF Freight has outlined the details of its new labor agreement with its union employees.
UPS has told the Teamsters union it will install air conditioning and air induction vents in its package cars, union tweets.
The latest exchange between the Teamsters union and Yellow Corp. suggests the carrier is running out of time and money.
Yellow and the Teamsters appear to be moving further apart on reaching a deal anytime soon.
The California State Assembly voted 54-3 to ban autonomous trucks without safety drivers from the state’s roadways.
In the latest bid to block the AB5 independent contractor law from implementation in California’s trucking sector, two key groups are quoting the author of the law.
Yellow confirms that it has asked the Teamsters to open up the National Master Freight Agreement a year early as talks around proposed network changes have stalled.
As negotiations get underway between UPS and the Teamsters, here are key considerations for shippers navigating a period of uncertainty.
The Teamsters meet with UPS on Monday in Washington to discuss progress on supplemental agreements as main negotiations begin.
Striking Sysco drivers in Louisville, Kentucky, reached agreement on a contract, the first since the union was voted in last August.
Teamsters representing workers at Sysco are on strike, while separately, the union was voted out of a warehouse in Wisconsin.
Yellow Corp. calls out Teamsters union officials for negotiating in bad faith and says it has the votes to push through its proposed operational changes.
The suit by the California Trucking Association and OOIDA against California’s AB5 independent contractor law will add an argument that succeeded elsewhere.
The Teamsters union fires another shot at Yellow Corp. in a battle over proposed changes to operations.
The Teamsters union says it wants more details before agreeing to any of less-than-truckload carrier Yellow’s operational changes.
Los jefes de los Teamsters prometen “luchar como locos” contra los acuerdos de ABF y TForce
The Teamsters union promises a fight heading into contract renewals with less-than-truckload carriers.
Many players have entered the U.S. parcel-delivery market in the past five years. They all lack the scale to efficiently manage millions of diverted parcels should the Teamsters strike UPS, experts said.
Less-than-truckload carrier Yellow filed revised notifications with the Teamsters seeking more subdued changes to operations after receiving pushback from the union.
El transportador planea modificar y volver a presentar rápidamente el cambio de operaciones
Yellow Corp. will modify and refile proposed network changes after meeting with local unions.
In the first earnings call since its AB5-driven deal with the Teamsters, Universal CEO Tim Phillips speaks positively about its impact.
Two driver/warehouse worker strikes against Sysco are either over or likely to end soon.
A Yellow Corp. plan would consolidate two of its regional LTL networks with its YRC Freight national operation.
Workers, including truck drivers, have walked off the job at two Sysco facilities in the Northeast.
The injunction that has kept California’s AB5 independent contractor law at bay since the end of 2019 has been formally lifted.
La revocación del tribunal de apelación de la medida cautelar anterior ya está en vigor tras la decisión del Tribunal Supremo de no revisarla
La empresa que compró la unidad a XPO quiere que se anule la decisión anterior sobre la clasificación de los empleados
A vote to be represented by the Teamsters at an STG facility in California has taken place but the ballots have been impounded.
A regional NLRB decision says an STG unit in California that had been owned by XPO treated workers like employees, and it has ordered a unionization vote for them.
Teamster carhaul drivers to strike on Wednesday if a deal isn’t reached by midnight.
Less-than-truckload carrier Yellow Corp. has begun the next phase of its multiyear transformation. A recent proposal seeks to consolidate and close terminals in the West.
La solicitud tiene como objetivo cerrar y consolidar las terminales, establecer centros de rendimiento de velocidad
Canadian Pacific Railway and the Teamsters union agreed to settle a labor dispute through binding arbitration, averting a supply chain crisis.
The shutdown of Canadian Pacific’s rail network is putting additional strain on the supply chain as shipments grind to a halt with backups looming at ports.
An NLRB judge appears mostly critical of the trucking company’s behavior but ruled in its favor on the key legal question.
TForce Freight has rolled back the speed reductions for some trucks based in Houston after drivers complained about running out of hours.
A manager’s comments regarding possible closure of the facility if the Teamsters won is cited by an NLRB administrator as a reason for a new vote.
The union that failed to organize workers at Amazon’s Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse will get a second bite at the apple, it said.
The union must now negotiate a contract with XPO, a process that can take a long time.
A decisive lead in the east and victories in the central and southern regions set the table for a landslide victory.
TFI International plans to shut down four terminals at the former UPS Freight operation and the CEO signals more to come as the company targets costs.
TFI International fails to replicate early herculean improvement at ex-UPS Freight as operating ratio weakens slightly in record third-quarter financial results.
The two contracts the Teamsters signed with XPO are the highlights of the union’s last few months.
The Teamsters backed the actions and praised the “brave” drivers; the court suggested XPO might have had a strong case.
Atlas Air pilots are peeved that an outside arbitrator jammed a new labor contract down their throat. Union says many are threatening to leave.
UPS is buying Roadie, a same-day delivery firm, as it seeks to expand its package delivery options to customers.
Is this the start of more union representation at XPO or just a head fake?
Pay is rising under the two-year deal but union officials stress the formalization of procedures as the big win.
The union’s declaration establishes the `Amazon Project,’ with the long-term goal of creating a division to organize company workers.
The company’s investor day focuses on modest projections for domestic package-delivery margins through 2023.
The company says it will continue to work with shareholders as it evaluates future compensation plans.