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Con-Way Inc.

28,500

EMPLOYEES

None Posted

JOB OPENINGS

1929

YEAR FOUNDED

CNW

STOCK SYMBOL

Ann Arbor, MI

HEADQUARTERS

About Con-Way Inc.

Con-way Inc. is a freight transportation and logistics services company headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The company and its subsidiaries operate more than 425 locations throughout North America and in 20 countries across five continents. A staff of approximately 28,500 highly trained personnel helps meet the transportation needs of customers worldwide.

Products & Services

Con-way delivers industry-leading transportation and logistics services through its primary companies of Con-way Freight, Con-way Truckload, and Menlo Worldwide Logistics. Con-way Freight provides local, regional, and transcontinental transportation services; Con-way Truckload operates a network of full truckload services in the United States, Canada, and Mexico; and Menlo Worldwide Logistics offers supply chain solutions such as logistics management, transportation management, warehousing, and distribution. In total, Con-way maintains a fleet of roughly 12,000 tractors and 34,000 trailers.

History

The company’s history begins in Portland, Oregon in 1929, when Leland James founded a regional trucking company named Consolidated Truck Lines. Consolidated Truck Lines enjoyed great success and grew from a one-truck operation into one of the largest haul carriers in the United States by the 1980s. In 2006, the company went through a re-branding process and was renamed to Con-way Inc. A year later, Con-way acquired Cougar Holdings Pte Ltd. and Chic Holdings Ltd. to expand into markets in Asia.

Job Opportunities

Con-way Inc. is a public company traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol CNW. Career opportunities at Con-way are available in Logistics, Information Technology, Operations Management, Finance, and various other fields. The company offers driver training programs for those interested in the trucking industry. Military veterans are encouraged to apply.

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