YRC Freight touts faster North American LTL network

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YRC Freight announced significant improvements to its North American less-than-truckload network, including faster service into and out of every major U.S. city. YRC Freight says that with its new network optimization plan fully engaged, the company is now at least one day faster than before in hundreds of the most significant supply chain lanes in North America, including Charlotte to Seattle (now 4 days instead of 5), Indianapolis to Los Angeles (now 3 days), Milwaukee to Tampa (now 2 days),and Salt Lake City to Denver (now 1 day).

YRC Freight says it has increased speed in more than 24,000 lane with less risk of damage: 700,000 fewer freight touches per year. “We are continuously working to improve our North American LTL network and to ensure deliveries are made more quickly, efficiently and damage-free,” said Jeff Rogers, president of YRC Freight. “True to our promise of ‘Confidence Delivered,’ YRC Freight is committed to providing our customers with improved service, speed and reliability.”