Reddaway (trucking company)
|Subsidiary of YRC Worldwide|
|Industry||Truck delivery services|
|Founded||Oregon City, Oregon, United States|
|Eleven U.S. western states, Hawaii, British Columbia |
|Bob Stone, president and CEO |
|Revenue||$335 Million + |
Number of employees
|Parent||YRC Worldwide |
Reddaway (formerly named USF Reddaway) is an American trucking company based in Oregon. The company is based in Tualatin, Oregon and its parent company is YRC Worldwide Inc. As of 2013, the company employs 2,600 people and has annual revenue of over $335 million.
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