The nationwide trucker and third-party logistics provider said it hopes to raise between $281 million and $359 million with the initial public offering, and provided details on how it plans to use the proceeds.
South Korean shipyards exited the business of making cranes a decade ago because of stiff compeitition from Chinese makers.
Trucking industry executives visited the White House Thursday afternoon to talk about issues that affect their businesses.
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Rep. John Delaney, R-Md., this week filed two bipartisan bills that would fund the rebuilding of ailing U.S. transportation infrastructure with revenues from a one-time bond sale to U.S. corporations and long-term international tax reform.
The United States Maritime Alliance, the employer group that negotiates the master contract with the International Longshoremen's Association, called the ILA’s planned work stoppage threat “disturbing.”
In addition to a 13 percent cut in funding for the U.S. Department of Transportation, a 2018 budget proposal released yesterday by President Trump's administration would completely eliminate the TIGER grant program and privatize air traffic control.