How many trucks do you think you would need to get the job done? 100? 200? Try 300, or rather, 300 more. Western Flyer Express is an example of a company that’s doing just that. Which shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone. Western has the availability to do something widespread like this because they’ve been among the many companies who’ve been going crazy in the pandemic. And worrying will get you nowhere. It probably will improve logistics. But given the circumstances before us, it needs to lock down the chances before being considered a viable go-to to save us all from the dangers that may be. Do you consider that these plans to expand could merely be the tip of the iceberg? I sure should.
Furthermore, Western has partnered up with RWTL Capacity Solutions. Together, they’re looking to add about 300 more power units to scour at because you’re jealous that they’re set for the end-times. Company leaders are stating how solo and team drivers are bringing the equipment by the “truck-loads” as recently as this week. The whole process is likely to last us until the end of 2021. This bunch of truck junk chunks is likely to bring the first 130 new trucks on over by the end of this year.
What Trucks Are Western Adding?
Well, Western is adding quite a lot of different semis. For starters, they will be bringing the Peterbilt Ultra Lofts 579 Cummins X15 Efficiency Series, the Freightliner Cascadias equipped with DD15 engines, and 30 new Peterbilt 389’s, equipped with a Cummins X15 Performance 565 HP engine. But basically, Western is looking to fill up empty seats with experienced drivers. They promise plenty of freight to ship, foundational support and just an all-around family-friendly atmosphere.
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