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    Default Teamsters not too worried about YRCs struggles




    http://www.menafn.com/qn_news_story....f81c20d5976%7D
    “Our level of confidence is better than it was six months ago,” said Bob Paffenroth of Rialto-based Teamsters Local 63.
    “…It’s a success story just that they’re still in business.”

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    Default Re: Teamsters not too worried about YRCs struggles

    Like I've said before, "if YRC was going down, it would have happened already." The membership really did step up with the give backs and should be repaid for their sacrifice at the earliest possible moment. Also, Fedex and UPS should get a big thank you for cutting their rates to get the freight and then messing it all up with poor service.

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    Default Re: Teamsters not too worried about YRCs struggles

    It says that 1500-2000 Inland employees would lose there jobs if we went down.......Is Inland a town? Or what?

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    Default Re: Teamsters not too worried about YRCs struggles

    Quote Originally Posted by slavenomore View Post
    It says that 1500-2000 Inland employees would lose there jobs if we went down.......Is Inland a town? Or what?
    Inland Empire is a region in Southern California. Tremendous growth since 2002. It covers Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, and desert cities... Palm Springs and Palm Desert.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inland_Empire_(California)

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    Default Re: Teamsters not too worried about YRCs struggles

    Teamsters not worried, WTH!!! Paffenroth needs to pull his head out, idiot!!!

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    Default Re: Teamsters not too worried about YRCs struggles

    Quote Originally Posted by Kickass View Post
    Teamsters not worried, WTH!!! Paffenroth needs to pull his head out, idiot!!!
    AHHHH K A You do CAREEEEE!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: Teamsters not too worried about YRCs struggles

    He didn't sound that unconcerned on Tuesday when I talked to him. The terminals in the Inland empire would be 830 (Bloomington) & 640 (San Bernadino).
    Hope this helps!

 

 

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