Con-way

By Jeff Berman · March 20, 2013
Con-way released an update on first quarter trends at Con-way Freight, its less-than-truckload unit, which it said could collectively reduce Freight’s quarterly operating income by roughly $14 million.
By Jeff Berman · February 20, 2013
Two subsidiaries of freight and global logistics and transportation service provider Con-way Inc.—Con-way Truckload and Con-way Multimodal—have rolled out a new intermodal service geared towards North American shippers.
By Jeff Berman · February 7, 2013
Net income of $11.8 million—or $0.21 per share—for the fourth quarter was down roughly 50 percent compared to the fourth quarter of 2011 at $23.0 million and $0.41 per share.
By Jeff Berman · August 1, 2012
Net income of $41.8 million—or $0.74 per share—was up 30 percent annually. And operating income—at $80.1 million—saw a 33.2 percent annual improvement, with revenue—at $1.45 billion—seeing a 7.2 percent improvement.
By John D. Schulz · June 29, 2012
Thanks to a transformational organizational change led by Stotlar, he says Con-way is on its way back to its familiar leadership perch atop the LTL industry. Its largest unit, the $3.2 billion Con-way Freight LTL unit, has rebounded from its low point during the 2008-2010 recession to again one of the most profitable carriers in the sector.
By Jeff Berman · February 17, 2012
LM Group News Editor Jeff Berman recently spoke with Greg Lehmkuhl, president of Con-way Freight, about the less-than-truckload industry, industry regulations, and pricing and capacity, among other topics.
By Jeff Berman · February 3, 2012
Revenue—at $1.32 billion—was up 8.7 percent over last year’s $1.21 billion.
By Jeff Berman · December 1, 2011
Freight transportation services provider Con-way Inc. recently announced that Con-way Multimodal, a subsidiary of Con-way’s Menlo Worldwide Logistics group, will open a new branch office in Frisco, Texas, a Dallas suburb, on December 5.
By Jeff Berman · October 17, 2011
Opening a new facility there makes good business sense because it provides an opportunity to build and expand relationships with customers, and enables Con-way Multimodal to enter the growing southern market
By Jeff Berman · October 6, 2011
This new offering is “designed to deliver optimized solutions that remove waste, create new efficiencies, and introduce Lean continuous improvement processes to transportation network operations.”
<p> Gregory Lehmkuhl, president of Con-way Freight Inc.</p> By Jeff Berman · September 29, 2011
Logistics Management Group News Editor Jeff Berman recently spoke with new Con-way Freight President Greeg Lehmkuhl and Con-way President and CEO Doug Stotlar about Con-way Freight, the LTL market, and other factors impacting the trucking industry.
By Jeff Berman · July 19, 2011
It appears to be the season for less-than-truckload rate hikes, with Con-way Freight, the LTL subsidiary of freight transportation and logistics services provider Con-way Inc., announcing it is raising its rates by 6.9 percent, effective August 1.
By Jeff Berman · July 14, 2011
Menlo Worldwide Logistics LLC recently announced it has broke ground on a new 40,000 square-foot distribution management center in Singapore in an effort to expand its presence there.
By John D. Schulz · December 23, 2010
It’s been awhile since LTL carrier executives were able to see the word “profit” at the bottom of their financial reports. Some are half-jokingly reporting having to go to the dictionary to make sure of the meaning of the word. Sure enough, they found it, right there between “persistence” and “quarterly net gains.”
By John D. Schulz · December 21, 2010
With the trucking industry on pins and needles anticipating more proposed changes in the truck driver hours of service regulations, some leading industry advocates and analysts are anticipating a once-in-a-generation opportunity to shape transportation policy in the new era of split government in Washington.

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