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GRAHAM TO INVEST $600K ON NEW TRANSPORTATION, MAINTENANCE FACILITY

| April 25, 2016

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Graham Local School officials plan to invest more than $600,000 in a new transportation and maintenance facility. The district purchased the Faulkner Lumberyard at 9915 U.S. Route 36 last year for about $336,000 and are in the process of selling its current transportation facility to the village of St. Paris....

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DIVERSIFY AND CONQUER: HOW AN ANGOLAN LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT FIRM IS GETTING INTO EVERYTHING

afkinsider | April 15, 2016

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Logistics and transportation are often cited as sectors that present some of the best investment opportunities in Africa. A leading home grown Angolan transport and logistics firm wants to be part of that conversation as competition mounts from local and foreign firms seeking a piece of African business. Based in Luanda, Antonio J. Silva Transport and Logistics (AJS) is diversifying and reaching out to markets such as the U.S. to tell its story. Heading up that effort is Luis Silva, the second-g...

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TRUCKLOAD GROUP SPLITS WITH ATA POLICY ON TRUCK SIZE AND WEIGHT ISSUE

Logistics Mgmt | April 26, 2016

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In a behind-the-scenes split that highlights the divergent interests between truckload carriers and the less-than-truckload (LTL) industry, the Truckload Carriers Association has officially split from the larger American Trucking Associations’ official policy position on truck sizes and weights....

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GREAT LAKES BASIN TRANSPORTATION FOUNDER FRANK PATTON TO ANSWER QUESTIONS

Great Lakes Basin Transportation | April 25, 2016

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Great Lakes Basin Transportation founder Frank Patton has agreed to attend a question and answer session for Grundy County residents that will be held May 2 at the Morris Community High School. Great Lakes Basin Railroad is a proposed privately funded $8 billion rail line project that, if built, would cut through Grundy County farmland....

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GRAHAM TO INVEST $600K ON NEW TRANSPORTATION, MAINTENANCE FACILITY

| April 25, 2016

Graham Local School officials plan to invest more than $600,000 in a new transportation and maintenance facility. The district purchased the Faulkner Lumberyard at 9915 U.S. Route 36 last year for about $336,000 and are in the process of selling its current transportation facility to the village of St. Paris....

Read More
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DIVERSIFY AND CONQUER: HOW AN ANGOLAN LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORT FIRM IS GETTING INTO EVERYTHING

afkinsider | April 15, 2016

Logistics and transportation are often cited as sectors that present some of the best investment opportunities in Africa. A leading home grown Angolan transport and logistics firm wants to be part of that conversation as competition mounts from local and foreign firms seeking a piece of African business. Based in Luanda, Antonio J. Silva Transport and Logistics (AJS) is diversifying and reaching out to markets such as the U.S. to tell its story. Heading up that effort is Luis Silva, the second-g...

Read More
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TRUCKLOAD GROUP SPLITS WITH ATA POLICY ON TRUCK SIZE AND WEIGHT ISSUE

Logistics Mgmt | April 26, 2016

In a behind-the-scenes split that highlights the divergent interests between truckload carriers and the less-than-truckload (LTL) industry, the Truckload Carriers Association has officially split from the larger American Trucking Associations’ official policy position on truck sizes and weights....

Read More
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GREAT LAKES BASIN TRANSPORTATION FOUNDER FRANK PATTON TO ANSWER QUESTIONS

Great Lakes Basin Transportation | April 25, 2016

Great Lakes Basin Transportation founder Frank Patton has agreed to attend a question and answer session for Grundy County residents that will be held May 2 at the Morris Community High School. Great Lakes Basin Railroad is a proposed privately funded $8 billion rail line project that, if built, would cut through Grundy County farmland....

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