Who is hauling the Kias now arriving at Philadelphia?

I saw the comment on the last post and realized that it is a good question.

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8 Responses to Who is hauling the Kias now arriving at Philadelphia?

  1. Speedloader says:

    Unless I’m mistaken, Cooper/Active has the traffic.


  2. jeff watt says:

    No its fleet car and cassens.

  3. Speedloader says:

    Ok – Tks

  4. Wendy says:

    I know Fleet is not union-Is Cassans?

  5. straps says:

    It is Cooper

  6. jeff watt says:

    I have it from the Baltimore cassens drivers that they transfered guys up there and get passed by fleet car trucks headed south with KIA loads so it seems its split up. I just know the rates I’ve seen do not make it worth a backhaul.

  7. Wendy says:

    I find it silly that these auto corporations sign these million dollar contracts to these companies that cant move the work because they chop so much of the rate to the drivers. O/Os cant afford to run for those rates. The work is all over central dispatch.
    These corporations would be better off having a few dispatchers(or a bidding site such as http://www.carrierrates.com)(I have to promo john – hes got a great concept) It would save them millions and the work would get moved and the o/os would be happy with the rate. Also you would be creating a couple of new jobs for dispatchers/or data entry. Its just plain simple. It would knock out these glorified brokers. Its a win win for everyone

  8. bill says:

    I hauled new cars for 35 years at a stable rate and always hauled twice as many as owner operators. Most owner operators tried doing my job at a company and could not cut the job, so they bought a truck, cut the rate, and thought they were doing everyone a favor. Good luck, you cut your own throat!!

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