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Six FedEx Drivers Earn Top Honors at National Truck Driving Championships Print
Drivers representing FedEx Corp. (NYSE:FDX) operating companies placed among the top finishers at the 2006 National Truck Driving Championships (NTDC) in New Orleans Aug. 15-19. The six driving professionals, who are all drivers for FedEx Freight, competed among nearly 400 drivers for national titles in eight different classes of vehicles. Each driver earned the right to compete in the NTDC by capturing first-place honors in state-level truck driving championships.
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FTA: EU road transport regulation - enforcement is the key Print

The Freight Transport Association has told the European Commission that higher quality standards for road transport operators’ entry and conduct in the industry are not required. FTA says that any shortfall in operating standards is more likely to be the result of poor application and enforcement of regulations by some member states. The problem can only be resolved by member states themselves taking responsibility for introducing appropriate systems, not by adding further burdens on to the industry in those states which enforce the regulations in a manner that ensures a high compliance rate.

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FTA: High fuel tax and traffic congestion blight freight industry Print

New research published by the Freight Transport Association in its July 2006 Quarterly Transport Activity Survey presents a picture of a freight transport industry blighted by high diesel prices which is struggling to meet ever more demanding business customers and consumers because of rampant congestion on the UK’s road trade routes. To mark ten years of the FTA survey, over 100 members were asked what had most adversely affected business performance in the past ten years. Rising world energy prices was cited as the most significant negative effect, followed by road congestion. Operators fear that the same factors will dominate the next decade, together with possible tax measures to curb carbon dioxide emissions.

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FTA: High oil prices fail to dent freight demand Print

Optimism for Scotland and Midlands
New data from the Freight Transport Association’s Quarterly Transport Activity Survey undertaken in July 2006 shows freight demand growing strongly despite record oil prices. Businesses are more positive about prospects for domestic road freight activity than they have been for two years. During 2005 domestic road freight demand had been in the doldrums, with demand for haulage services particularly hit as industry scaled back its use of third party carriers in response to weaker levels of business.

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ATA Unveils Model Motor Carrier/Broker Agreements Print

With Department of Justice (DOJ) approval, ATA has released its long-awaited model agreements for structuring motor carrier and broker contractual relationships. On Aug. 10, 2006, the DOJ issued what is referred to as a business review letter that stated it had no present intention of challenging the ATA proposal to develop and publicize model carrier/broker agreements. That language signals the government’s position that the creation, distribution and use of the model agreements does not raise antitrust concerns.

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