Abf Agreement

Australia presented trade initiatives or trade agreements with countries or groups of countries in the table below. FORT SMITH, Ark., July 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — ArcBest® (Nasdaq: ARCB), a logistics leader with creative solutions that provide integrated solutions, announced that all agreements complementary to the ABF National Master Agreement Freight agreement with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters have been fully ratified and that all agreements have an implementation date of July 29, 2018. The main economic provisions of the master agreement are: Forward-looking statementsThe statements and information contained in this press release may constitute « forward-looking statements » within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Terms such as « anticipate, » « believe, » « could, » « appreciate, » « wait, » « anticipate, » « anticipate, » « can, » « plan, » « anticipate, » « project, » « should, » « would, » « would » and similar expressions and negatives of these terms must identify forward-looking statements. These statements are based on management`s beliefs, assumptions and expectations, based on information currently available, are not guarantees for future performance and involve certain risks and uncertainties (some of which are beyond our control). While we believe that the expectations expressed in these forward-looking statements are reasonable, we cannot provide assurance that our expectations will be correct. Actual results and results may differ materially from what is expressed, implicitly or expected in these statements due to a number of factors, including, but not limited to, a failure of our information systems, including service interruptions or outages that are essential to our operations or on which our IT platforms depend, data breaches and/or cybersecurity incidents; relationships with workers, including unions, and our ability to attract and retain staff; unfavourable conditions or inability to agree on future collective agreements or work stoppages by our employees under the ABF Freight collective agreement; Loss or reduction in transactions with large customers The cost, timing and performance of growth initiatives Competition initiatives and price pressure; general economic conditions and related variations in market demand, which affect the performance and needs of the industries we serve and/or limit our clients` access to adequate financial resources; Higher-than-expected funding requirements for our non-unionized old age plan; Availability and cost of reliable services provided by third parties; our ability to secure independent proprietary operators and/or operational or regulatory issues related to our use of their services; State rules environmental legislation and legislation, including emissions control rules; Costs, integration and performance of new or future acquisitions; failure to achieve the expected financial and operational benefits of our corporate restructuring or result in additional costs or operational inefficiencies due to restructuring; Wages and union and non-union benefits, including changes to contributions required to plans for multiple employers; Disputes or claims against us Significant staff loss or inability to implement succession planning strategies; Delays in payment of financing agreements and the availability and conditions of future financing agreements; The date and amount of investments self-insurance rights and insurance premiums; fuel availability, the effect of volatile fuel prices and changes in fuel surcharges on the guarantee of increased base freight rates and the inability to impose fuel surcharges; higher prices for new revenue equipment and reduced availability, depreciation of used revenue equipment and increased costs