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ANALYST INTERVIEW: FOR-HIRE TRUCKLOAD & LTL COMPANIES: DOUGLAS COL - MORGAN KEEGAN & CO.

(TAP803) FOR-HIRE TRUCKLOAD & LTL COMPANIES: DOUGLAS COL - MORGAN KEEGAN & CO. Reviews the performance of the industry, and examines recent changes that have impacted companies in that sector. Topics discussed include competition, mergers and acquisitions, and the development of customer demand; and a number of companies are identified that are considered well positioned to succeed in the current market. Sector: Trucking. Published date 10/13/03. Tickers featured: ABFS, CLDN, CNF, HTLD, JBHT, KNGT, MRTN, ROAD, RUSHA, SCST, SWFT, USFC, VVN, WERN, XPRSA, YELL. Complete text approximately 3000 words. Document # TAP803.

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Publication:Wall Street Transcript Digest
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 13, 2003
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