Roadway Express makes adjustments

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AKRON, Ohio — In the first phase of its re-engineering process, Roadway Express Inc. is reducing transit times in response to its customers’ needs.

“We are listening to our customers and aligning our state-of-the-art freight network and engineering to meet their requirements,” says Jim Staley, president and chief operating officer for Roadway.

Eighteen metro service areas throughout the U.S. are involved reducing service standards and offering two and three day services to most destinations.

Roadway is also making adjustments to its network by reducing service standards at its non-metro facilities.

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