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Roadway Services was a transportation holding company located in Akron, Ohio, which owned several trucking companies, including Roadway Express (now YRC Worldwide), Roadway Global Air, Viking Freight, Central Freight Lines, Spartan Express and Coles Express.They also owned Roadway Package System (now FedEx Ground), Roberts Express and Roadway Logistics.

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Roadway Express had a booming beginning. Founded in Akron, Ohio on 1930 by brothers Galen and Carroll Roush, it was born at the time when the motor carrier industry was still at its early strides. Roadway Express became a primary transportation means between manufacturers and retailers.

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Roadway Express was formerly a subsidiary of Roadway Services, Inc., but since 1995 it has operated as an independent, publicly owned company. Roadway Services, its former holding company, now operates as Caliber System, Inc. Early History. Roadway Express was founded in 1930 by brothers Galen and Carroll Roush in Akron, Ohio.

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In 1930, brothers Galen and Carroll Roush founded Roadway Express in Akron, Ohio. The company began with ten owner-operators and moved shipments to Chicago, Houston and Kansas City, Missouri. Roadway Express, Inc. operates more than 400 shipping terminals in the United States and specializes in less-than-truckload, or LTL, hauling.

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Founded in Ohio in 1930, Roadway Express is one of the largest commercial trucking and freight companies in the United States. In 1997 Roadway Express acquired a Canadian commercial trucking company that provided freight service throughout Canada and Mexico, thus providing them with a strong foothold over the commercial trucking industry in ...

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The company continued to expand, and by 1969, Reimer Express was providing coast-to-coast service in Canada. Over the years, Yellow and Roadway grew separately to become the two dominant companies in the United States while Reimer Express grew to be the largest common carrier in Canada.

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Roadway Express got its start because of the rubber industry in Akron, Ohio. Carroll Roush and “Chick” Morrison founded a trucking company named R & M Transportation in 1930. R & Ms purpose was to transport tires manufactured in Akron to automobile companies. Soon, Carroll Roush's brother Galen, a local lawyer, joined the company.

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YRC Worldwide Inc. is an American holding company of freight shipping brands YRC Freight, YRC Reimer, New Penn, Holland and Reddaway. YRC Worldwide has a comprehensive network in North America, and offers shipping of industrial, commercial and retail goods. The company is headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas.

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Roadway Express, Inc. operates as a transporter of industrial, commercial, and retail goods. It offers a range of services, including time-critical, time-advantage, exhibit transportation, and the ...

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YRC Freight Trucking School Review – Company Paid CDL Training. The beginning of YRC Freight can be traced all the way back to 1924 when a man named A.J. Harrell, an Oklahoma City entrepreneur, created a bus and taxi service named Yellow Cab Transit Company.