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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Renews Transportation Contract with Ryder

June 9, 2008

ATLANTAThe Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the largest daily newspaper in the southeast with a daily circulation of more than 325,000 and Sunday circulation of nearly 500,000, has renewed a three-year Dedicated Contract Carriage (DCC) transportation contract with Ryder. Under the DCC contract, Ryder will manage delivery of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution from its print facilities to its circulation distribution centers in the Atlanta metro area, providing a turnkey package that includes 50 vehicles, more than 80 drivers, fleet management, dock operations management, and preventive and programmed maintenance for the equipment.

Ryder's DCC service is a customized suite of transportation management services for the delivery of a customer's products that optimizes its fleet operations and allows its management to be more focused on core business issues.

Ryder has business relationships with 75 newspapers nationally, including the Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times, The Miami Herald, and The Dallas Morning News.


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