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- Strength on the Highway. // Time;7/5/1954, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p74
This article reports on a contract received by U.S. trucking company Riss & Co. in 1954 to deliver tractors and trailers from General Motors, Fruehauf Trailer and Strick Co. Company owner Richard E. Riss expanded its fleet to meet the demand. Riss plans to step up schedules on the company's...
- SNIPPETS. // Electrical Monitor;Jan2016, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p35
The article offers news briefs in India in 2016 including the construction of light emitting diode lights manufacturing unit of firm Sysla LED, the expansion of the manufacturing capacity of energy firm Vikran Solar Pvt. Ltd., and the opening of manufacture Triton Solar's facility in Karnataka.
- Soft market might hurt Fruehauf's plans to sell. Schneider, A.J. // Indianapolis Business Journal;3/11/96, Vol. 16 Issue 52, p5
Reports on the impact of a softening truck and trailer market on Fruehauf Trailer Corp.'s plans to sell. Comments by trailer market analysts; Financial problems suffered by the company; Comment by Thomas Roller, Fruehauf chief executive officer; Features of the company's efforts to find a buyer.
- Fruehauf keeps lenders at bay. // Indianapolis Business Journal;6/10/96, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p8
Reports on Fruehauf Trailer Corp.'s plans to find a buyer or merger partner within six months. Failure to make debt payments; Background information on the company.
- Fruehauf links American units. Ramirez, Charles E. // Automotive News;9/19/1994, Vol. 69 Issue 5570, p2
Comments on the consolidation of different operations of Fruehauf Trailer Corp. Linking of American, Canadian and Mexican units; New areas of operation; Projected increase in sales.
- Fruehauf sells off foreign assets. Cullen, David // Fleet Owner;Aug96, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p106
Reports on Fruehauf Trailer Corp.'s sale of its foreign assets. Amount generated by the sale; Proceeds of revenue from the sale.
- Staying in trenches when times get tough. // Indianapolis Business Journal;12/09/96, Vol. 17 Issue 39, p6A
Editorial. Criticizes key executives of Indianapolis, Indiana-based Fruehauf Trailer Corp. for resigning amidst the company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization. Speculations on the motives of the directors for resigning; Resignation of executives of financially troubled Noble Romans.
- Fruehauf Trailer to receive $45 million in new capital. // Traffic World;8/30/93, Vol. 235 Issue 9, p36
Reports on Fruehauf Trailer Corp.'s receipt of $45 million in capital. Liquidity shortages in 1993; Availability of funds; Asset sales program; Credit facility.
- Fruehauf expands S. American presence, buys interest in Argentine trailer maker. // Traffic World;10/9/95, Vol. 244 Issue 2, p53
Reports on Fruehauf Trailer Corp.'s formation of Fruehauf Argentina S.A. Products to be manufactured and marketed by Fruehauf Argentina; Comments of Fruehauf president, Thomas B. Roller; Fruehauf Argentina's talks with potential merger candidates in Brazil and Chile.