Swift at the New York Stock Exchange
Get an eyeful of this pic, a Swift International Lonestar parked outside the New York Stock Exchange on May 25, when Swift management rang the opening bell on the exchange after a December initial public offering (NYSE-Listed SWFT) of Swift stock, which gained 27 cents a share that week.
Swift, “based in Phoenix, Ariz., operates 16,100 units comprised of 12,100 tractors, a fleet of 49,400 trailers driven by company drivers and 4,000 owner-operator tractors,” runs a press release accompanying company photos. “It also includes 5,000 intermodal containers from 34 major terminals centrally located near major freight centers and traffic lanes in the U.S. and Mexico.”
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