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About Alexander Trucking Company

January 16th, 2012

0 About Alexander Trucking CompanySteve Icenhour President of Alexander Trucking Company located in Taylorsville NC talks about Alexander Trucking Company and describes their services. A general commodities freight company, Alexander Trucking delivers to the lower 48 states, and offers Refrigerated environments, vented vans, and a large local pickup area.

Alexander Trucking has been a family owned and operated business for over 40 years. Our customers are the backbone of our business and we strive to fulfill our promises to them with regards to their freight shipping needs.

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MinStar Transport Double Deck Trailer

November 1st, 2011

0 MinStar Transport Double Deck TrailerThe MinStar Double Deck Trailer system can boost trailer capacities for cargo significantly. Our systems install a second floor for freight, creating two levels in one trailer. They also can speed up loading time, benefiting both the driver and shipper.

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Future of Logistics, Supply Chain Management: Manufacturing, Innovation – Industry Keynote Speaker

October 30th, 2011

0 Future of Logistics, Supply Chain Management: Manufacturing, Innovation   Industry Keynote Speakerhttp://www.globalchange.com Green tech innovation to reduce fuel costs by trucking industry, improving efficiency in lorry engines, aerodynamics, tyre resistance, heat recovery, regenerative breaking, power generation from auto suspension, nanotechnology coatings in engines, smarter lubricants, cleaner fuel, better gearboxes and transmission, longer vehicles, larger container size. Conference keynote lecture by Patrick Dixon, for Red Prairie, audience of logistics and supply chain executives.

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PeopleNet Chooses MobileDemand Rugged Tablet PC

August 19th, 2011

0 PeopleNet Chooses MobileDemand Rugged Tablet PCTrucking. It’s a tough business. With high operating expenses, compliance regulations, fluctuating fuel costs, and super thin margins, trucking companies live or die based on the efficiency of their operations and productivity of their drivers.

Perhaps no one knows this better than PeopleNet, a leading provider of onboard computing and mobile communication solutions to the transportation industry, primarily in the trucking sector. Since 1994, when the Minnesota-based company was founded, PeopleNet has been helping its customers improve efficiency and get the most out of their technology investments. Today, more than 1500 trucking companies throughout North America rely on PeopleNet systems to increase safety and compliance, reduce operating costs, boost productivity and improve customer service.

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News Update: Another Bailout?! – http://www.brownbailout.com

May 17th, 2011

0 News Update: Another Bailout?!   http://www.brownbailout.comWhy does a company that brings in so much money need a bailout from Congress?

http://www.brownbailout.com UPS lobbyists have buried a short 230-word legislative bailout deep inside the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2009 currently before Congress. It’s worth billions to “Big Brown” at the expense of today’s American economy that thrives on next-day commerce, competitive shipping options and ready access to markets around the world.

Read more here: http://www.brownbailout.com/buried-bailout/

What’s in a bailout?
The bailout bottom-line is this: What’s the difference between a 100-year-old trucking company and a modern airline that flies packages around the world every night? Answer: everything. Yes, both carry parcels and packages, but how they do it is obviously and vastly different.

UPS’ bailout would shoehorn FedEx Express — an airline created in 1971 focused on next-day delivery of essential goods and documents around the world — into the same operating rules as a 100-year-old trucking company. FedEx Express and other airlines operate just fine under airline regulations, but UPS doesn’t like competition. Keep in mind, UPS chose to form as a separate trucking company for its pickup and delivery operations.

So “Big Brown” is throwing around its political weight and seeking a bailout from Congress, so that it can saddle its only remaining U.S. competitor with the effects of its own decisions. And at the end of the day, all of us who rely on overnight-deliveries — medicines, paychecks, critical replacement parts, essential inventory, and the like — pay the cost.

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Bailout with UPS

May 14th, 2011

0 Bailout with UPSWhy does a company that brings in so much money need a bailout from Congress?

http://www.brownbailout.com UPS lobbyists have buried a short 230-word legislative bailout deep inside the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2009 currently before Congress. It’s worth billions to “Big Brown” at the expense of today’s American economy that thrives on next-day commerce, competitive shipping options and ready access to markets around the world.

Read more here: http://www.brownbailout.com/buried-bailout/

What’s in a bailout?
The bailout bottom-line is this: What’s the difference between a 100-year-old trucking company and a modern airline that flies packages around the world every night? Answer: everything. Yes, both carry parcels and packages, but how they do it is obviously and vastly different.

UPS’ bailout would shoehorn FedEx Express — an airline created in 1971 focused on next-day delivery of essential goods and documents around the world — into the same operating rules as a 100-year-old trucking company. FedEx Express and other airlines operate just fine under airline regulations, but UPS doesn’t like competition. Keep in mind, UPS chose to form as a separate trucking company for its pickup and delivery operations.

So “Big Brown” is throwing around its political weight and seeking a bailout from Congress, so that it can saddle its only remaining U.S. competitor with the effects of its own decisions. And at the end of the day, all of us who rely on overnight-deliveries — medicines, paychecks, critical replacement parts, essential inventory, and the like — pay the cost.

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The 1997 Teamsters Strike – Brownbailout.com

April 30th, 2011

0 The 1997 Teamsters Strike   Brownbailout.comBrown Bailout video examines 1997 Teamsters strike that crippled UPS and U.S. economy

http://www.brownbailout.com UPS lobbyists have buried a short 230-word legislative bailout deep inside the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2009 currently before Congress. It’s worth billions to “Big Brown” at the expense of today’s American economy that thrives on next-day commerce, competitive shipping options and ready access to markets around the world.

Read more here: http://www.brownbailout.com/buried-bailout/

What’s in a bailout?
The bailout bottom-line is this: What’s the difference between a 100-year-old trucking company and a modern airline that flies packages around the world every night? Answer: everything. Yes, both carry parcels and packages, but how they do it is obviously and vastly different.

UPS’ bailout would shoehorn FedEx Express — an airline created in 1971 focused on next-day delivery of essential goods and documents around the world — into the same operating rules as a 100-year-old trucking company. FedEx Express and other airlines operate just fine under airline regulations, but UPS doesn’t like competition. Keep in mind, UPS chose to form as a separate trucking company for its pickup and delivery operations.

So “Big Brown” is throwing around its political weight and seeking a bailout from Congress, so that it can saddle its only remaining U.S. competitor with the effects of its own decisions. And at the end of the day, all of us who rely on overnight-deliveries — medicines, paychecks, critical replacement parts, essential inventory, and the like — pay the cost.

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Still Looking for a Bailout

April 25th, 2011

0 Still Looking for a BailoutWhy does a company that brings in so much money need a bailout from Congress? Here, the “Bailout Guy” walks around the capital looking for the Bailout Office!

http://www.brownbailout.com UPS lobbyists have buried a short 230-word legislative bailout deep inside the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2009 currently before Congress. It’s worth billions to “Big Brown” at the expense of today’s American economy that thrives on next-day commerce, competitive shipping options and ready access to markets around the world.

Read more here: http://www.brownbailout.com/buried-bailout/

What’s in a bailout?
The bailout bottom-line is this: What’s the difference between a 100-year-old trucking company and a modern airline that flies packages around the world every night? Answer: everything. Yes, both carry parcels and packages, but how they do it is obviously and vastly different.

UPS’ bailout would shoehorn FedEx Express — an airline created in 1971 focused on next-day delivery of essential goods and documents around the world — into the same operating rules as a 100-year-old trucking company. FedEx Express and other airlines operate just fine under airline regulations, but UPS doesn’t like competition. Keep in mind, UPS chose to form as a separate trucking company for its pickup and delivery operations.

So “Big Brown” is throwing around its political weight and seeking a bailout from Congress, so that it can saddle its only remaining U.S. competitor with the effects of its own decisions. And at the end of the day, all of us who rely on overnight-deliveries — medicines, paychecks, critical replacement parts, essential inventory, and the like — pay the cost.

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Trucks and Planes

April 22nd, 2011

0 Trucks and PlanesWhy does a company that brings in so much money need a bailout from Congress?

http://www.brownbailout.com UPS lobbyists have buried a short 230-word legislative bailout deep inside the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2009 currently before Congress. It’s worth billions to “Big Brown” at the expense of today’s American economy that thrives on next-day commerce, competitive shipping options and ready access to markets around the world.

Read more here: http://www.brownbailout.com/buried-bailout/

What’s in a bailout?
The bailout bottom-line is this: What’s the difference between a 100-year-old trucking company and a modern airline that flies packages around the world every night? Answer: everything. Yes, both carry parcels and packages, but how they do it is obviously and vastly different.

UPS’ bailout would shoehorn FedEx Express — an airline created in 1971 focused on next-day delivery of essential goods and documents around the world — into the same operating rules as a 100-year-old trucking company. FedEx Express and other airlines operate just fine under airline regulations, but UPS doesn’t like competition. Keep in mind, UPS chose to form as a separate trucking company for its pickup and delivery operations.

So “Big Brown” is throwing around its political weight and seeking a bailout from Congress, so that it can saddle its only remaining U.S. competitor with the effects of its own decisions. And at the end of the day, all of us who rely on overnight-deliveries — medicines, paychecks, critical replacement parts, essential inventory, and the like — pay the cost.

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Where’s My Bailout?

April 13th, 2011

0 Wheres My Bailout?Why does a company that brings in so much money need a bailout from Congress?

http://www.brownbailout.com UPS lobbyists have buried a short 230-word legislative bailout deep inside the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2009 currently before Congress. It’s worth billions to “Big Brown” at the expense of today’s American economy that thrives on next-day commerce, competitive shipping options and ready access to markets around the world.

Read more here: http://www.brownbailout.com/buried-bailout/

What’s in a bailout?
The bailout bottom-line is this: What’s the difference between a 100-year-old trucking company and a modern airline that flies packages around the world every night? Answer: everything. Yes, both carry parcels and packages, but how they do it is obviously and vastly different.

UPS’ bailout would shoehorn FedEx Express — an airline created in 1971 focused on next-day delivery of essential goods and documents around the world — into the same operating rules as a 100-year-old trucking company. FedEx Express and other airlines operate just fine under airline regulations, but UPS doesn’t like competition. Keep in mind, UPS chose to form as a separate trucking company for its pickup and delivery operations.

So “Big Brown” is throwing around its political weight and seeking a bailout from Congress, so that it can saddle its only remaining U.S. competitor with the effects of its own decisions. And at the end of the day, all of us who rely on overnight-deliveries — medicines, paychecks, critical replacement parts, essential inventory, and the like — pay the cost.

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