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  2. Consolidated Freightways - Wikipedia

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    Consolidated Freightways (CF) was an American multinational less-than-truckload (LTL) freight service and logistics company founded on April 1, 1929, in Portland, Oregon, and later relocated to Vancouver, Washington. Affectionately known as "CornFlakes", Consolidated Freightways was also the founder of the Freightliner line of heavy trucks, now owned by Daimler-Benz.

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  4. Online Haul of Fame: Consolidated Freightways (CF Freight)

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    CF Freight, affectionately referred to by truckers as “Corn Flakes,” was founded in 1929 under the name Consolidated Freightways by Leland James. The company got its start in Portland, Oregon. The company was founded when James combined four short-haul companies located in Portland into one trucking firm.

  5. FreightWaves Haul of Fame: Consolidated Freightways was an ...

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    Consolidated Freightways, also known as CF, was founded in 1929 by Leland James in Portland, Oregon. James combined four short-haul companies located in Portland into one trucking firm. Once these companies were combined, James focused on expanding their reach. At the time, trucking in the West was a fledgling industry.

  6. Consolidated Freightways Corporation -- Company History

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    Consolidated Freightways Corporation ranks third among North America's leading long-haul, less-than-truckload (LTL) freight companies, which carry shipments for several customers in one vehicle. With a system of over 300 terminals, the company provides service across the United States, while its subsidiaries in Canada and Mexico are leading carriers in those countries.

  7. Consolidated Freightways Employee Reviews - Indeed

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    Consolidated Freightways insights Based on 20 survey responses What people like Clear sense of purpose General feeling of work happiness Fair pay for job Great people and compensation Account Representative (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC - September 1, 2022 Excellent place to work, must work hard and get the job done.

  8. Consolidated Freight | FreightCenter

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    Consolidating freight helps optimize supply chain logistics, saves time, and lowers overall unit costs. This happens when you fill one container or truck with loads from multiple shippers. Consolidated freight can be shipped via road, rail, air, or ocean. You can avoid higher costs by combining your internationally-bound freight with other shipments.

  9. Remembering Consolidated Freightways - YouTube

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    Remembering Consolidated Freightways Steven Johnson 1.18K subscribers 764 48K views 4 years ago This film was made up of several short video clips from various CF promotional and safety VHS tape...

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  11. Con-way - Wikipedia

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    Consolidated Freightways Corporation filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on September 3, 2002, and ceased operations. In 2006, the CNF Transportation changed its name to Con-way, Inc, and the company's NYSE stock ticker was changed from CNF to CNW.