Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Car Hauler for Sale

Here are the latest car haulers for sale at West Coast Enterprises. Looks like late-model Cottrell trailers are hard to come by!

2006 FREIGHTLINER cottrell car hauler COLUMBIA
/C-10LT Caterpillar C-15 47548' '13 Speed $221,746

2006 PTRB cottrell car hauler 379 Caterpillar C-15 47548'' 13 Speed Call!

2001 FREIGHTLINER/BOYDSTUNFL 112/9178S Caterpillar C-12 4302413 Speed$105,000

2001 Peterbilt379/9178SCAT C15 5504813 Speed$125,000

2001 Peterbilt379 /3 CAR BOYDCaterpillar 3406E 5504818$119,000

2000 FreightlinerFLD120Caterpillar C15 5504813 Speed$130,000

2000 FREIGHTLINER/BOYDFLD 120/9178SCAT 3406E 4754813 Speed $70,000

2000 FREIGHTLINER/BOYDSTUN FLD 120/9178SCAT 3406E 4754813 Speed $87,500

2000 FREIGHTLINER cottrell car hauler FLD120/C-14IWADetroit SERIES 60 50048''10 Speed $91,500

2000 FREIGHTLINER/DELAVAN FL112/2878CAT C12 43030''10 Speed $69,500

1999 Freightliner FLD120Detroit SERIES 60 50048RTLO16913A $73,500

1999 FREIGHTLINER/BOYDSTUN FLD 120/9189SCAT 3406E 60"$68,000

1999PTRB/BOYDSTUN379/9101QLCaterpillar C-15 55036"18 speed $88,000

1997 Peterbilt379 EXHD/C-14Caterpillar 3406E 55048''18 SPEED $67,000

1997 PTRB/BOYDSTUN379Detroit SERIES 60 4754813 Speed $63,000

1995 International 4900/4CCINTERNATIONAL DT 466 5 Speed $18,500

1995 VOLVO/BOYDSTUN610/9178SDetroit SERIES 60 37060"13 Speed $62,000

Press Release Source: International Brotherhood of Teamsters

Teamster Members at Allied Continue Strike Authorizations
Tuesday June 13, 10:54 am ET
Company Threatens Continued Interim Wage Rates

WASHINGTON, June 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Managers at Allied Holdings, Inc. repeated their request to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Georgia on June 8, 2006, to continue to impose wage and compensation reductions at the U.S.- operations of Allied Systems, Ltd., F.J. Boutell Driveaway Company, LLC and Transport Support, LLC, from July 1, 2006 through September 30, 2006.

The bankruptcy court has scheduled a hearing on Allied's motion beginning June 23, 2006 in Atlanta.

"Current managers at Allied have failed job one in the trucking industry and the Teamsters national negotiating committee as well as many of our affected members will oppose this latest attack against our contract at the court in Atlanta," said Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa. "Intentional neglect of the operating fleet in order to pay non-productive and exorbitant turnaround fees and bonuses totaling multi-millions of earned revenue dollars is unacceptable."

Teamster drivers, yard personnel and maintenance employees perform skilled and dedicated professional service in a physically demanding, time-sensitive industry.

On June 10 and 11, members working at Allied in the jurisdictions of Local 89, Louisville, Kentucky; Local 327, Nashville, Tennessee; Local 957, Dayton, Ohio; Local 299, Detroit, Michigan; Local 355, Baltimore, Maryland; Local 961, Denver, Colorado; Local 391, Greensboro, North Carolina attended specially- called meetings. Members at the meetings showed unanimous support for a resolution authorizing strike action if Allied uses the bankruptcy court to reject and void Allied's participation in the National Master Automobile Transporters Agreement (NMATA) and Supplements. These authorizations follow the similar support received from the members of Local 332 in Flint, Michigan on June 4.

"It is obvious to all industry employees that Allied's current management has breached the basic covenant between management and Teamster labor under the NMATA," said Fred Zuckerman, Director of the Teamsters Carhaul Division.