COMPETITION WATCH: Duie Pyle’s program to help freight weather winter temps

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WEST CHESTER, Pa.- A. Duie Pyle, Inc. a Northeastern U.S. based transportation provider, has announced that its Protect From Freezing program, which is designed to protect customers’ freight from harsh travel and storage temperatures, will be in effect through April 2005.

The program, which was implemented this season on November 15, 2004, applies to Less Than Truckload (LTL) and Truckload (TL) shipments that have a freezing point of 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

A. Duie Pyle’s Protect From Freezing program is a mix of specialized equipment – including ThermoKing heated trailers and heated docks – and specific handling procedures. Its elements adhere to the following S.A.F.E. criteria:

Specialized equipment and handling is available to protect sensitive freight from temperature extremes.
All-weather capability provides uninterrupted service. A. Duie Pyle offers dedicated snow removal equipment as well as specially trained drivers who are prepared to handle harsh weather conditions.
Freezable freight is protected 7 days a week via heated trailers, terminals, and service centers.
Exemplary quality assurance provides measurable standards of service for both the shipper and its customers.

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