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    Default Holland's Letter to it's Employees.


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    Default Re: Holland's Letter to it's Employees.

    Well IMO you can add a day to each lane for interline reasons and will probably result in the errosion of freight into those lanes due to the delayed delivery times.

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    Default Re: Holland's Letter to it's Employees.

    Quote Originally Posted by Freight Teamster View Post
    WHAT ABOUT THE DRIVERS AND DOCK WORKERS FOR HOLLAND AT THESE 11-BARNS CLOSING??

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    this sucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil Dog View Post
    Well IMO you can add a day to each lane for interline reasons and will probably result in the errosion of freight into those lanes due to the delayed delivery times.
    This may happen with the Richmond and Wichita freight because that's being transferred over to YRC but I don't think it will happen in the Northeast. New Penn already delivers all of Holland's freight in New England without any delays. All Holland's freight for New Penn enters the system at one or 2 points and goes right into the New Penn system. This will only be an expansion of the current system so there will be no additional delays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curbjumper View Post
    WHAT ABOUT THE DRIVERS AND DOCK WORKERS FOR HOLLAND AT THESE 11-BARNS CLOSING??
    I have been thinking the same thing.

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    Nice letter! You will be losing your job but our customers wont be affected by your problems and you did a marvelous job but now all we ask is you keep our company looking dapper while we insert the rod up your a$$.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckles View Post
    Nice letter! You will be losing your job but our customers wont be affected by your problems and you did a marvelous job but now all we ask is you keep our company looking dapper while we insert the rod up your a$$.

    I got my BIG jar of 5th Wheel GREASE. Nothing but the best.

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    Default Re: Holland's Letter to it's Employees.

    I wonder how many of the RED STAR guys that got hired on at NEW PENN, left and went to HOLLAND when they came into the north east. Instead of staying at NEW PENN. There were a more then a few at the Baltimore terminal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainman220 View Post
    I wonder how many of the RED STAR guys that got hired on at NEW PENN, left and went to HOLLAND when they came into the north east. Instead of staying at NEW PENN. There were a more then a few at the Baltimore terminal.

    I would imagine you had a few who remained dedicated to the USF brand at the time.Then again you had a few who stayed because of the seniority issue and the way it was handled by Holland.. Either way they did what they thought they had to do at the time.Can't blame anyone for thinking they can better themselves if the opportunity arises.

 

 

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