An American trucking giant is slated to declare bankruptcy — and it may leave more than 3,200 truck drivers stranded and jobless

truck driverTrucking giant Celadon is declaring bankruptcy this week, inside sources told FreightWaves on Dec. 6.It’s poised to be the largest truckload bankruptcy in history.The bankruptcy has the potential to leave more than 3,200 truck drivers stranded and away from home.Numerous Facebook groups have been set up to help stranded Celadon truck drivers connect to…

An American trucking giant is slated to declare bankruptcy — and it may leave more than 3,200 truck drivers stranded and jobless

truck driverTrucking giant Celadon is declaring bankruptcy this week, inside sources told FreightWaves on Dec. 6.It’s poised to be the largest truckload bankruptcy in history.The bankruptcy has the potential to leave more than 3,200 truck drivers stranded and away from home.Numerous Facebook groups have been set up to help stranded Celadon truck drivers connect to others.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.The trucking “bloodbath” of 2019 is ending on a remarkably sour note.Celadon, a truckload carrier that grossed $1 billion as recently as 2015, will file for bankruptcy on Dec. 11 or earlier, inside sources told leading industry publication FreightWaves on Dec. 6.It’s poised to be the largest truckload bankruptcy in history — and its drivers are already getting slammed. Read more: Truckers can’t pay off their fuel cards — and it’s a ‘sure sign’ that more trucking bankruptcies are comingThe bankruptcy has the potential to leave more than 3,200 truck drivers stranded and away from home. Sources told Business Insider that Celadon truck drivers’ fuel cards are already getting turned off, which means they’re unable to get home without spending serious cash on gas or arranging their own transport by car, plane, or bus.An internal source confirmed to FreightWaves t
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