During the time there it was decent, the last 6 months I worked for them it got to be a burden trying to keep trucks on the road, money became a large issue.
Drivers complained because things weren't fixed, but yet our hands in the shop were tied due to upper management at corporate. Talking to some that are still there, they are now in lay off mode with everyone.
They are crashing hard and I don't see any bright light for them anytime soon, they were loosing customers left and right during my time and I am sure they are still doing it.
Alot of the ones that were there while I was are gone, pass on them, the oil prices crashing is only going to make it worse for them. Right now the marine division on the west coast is probably the only thing keeping them afloat, but for how long.
Time will tell what they do, but with upper management at corporate having no clue what to do, to many stake holders with their hands in the pot and wanting something different than the other, they are going to crash hard and by the sounds of it, pretty soon.