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May 21, 1993 | Chris Woodyard Times staff writer
Contract in India: Right-O-Way Transportation Inc. in Tustin has signed an agreement with one of India's largest and oldest transportation companies that will, among other things, provide for computer linkups to monitor shipments. Right-O-Way signed the agreement with Balmer, Lawrie & Co. in Bombay, which has played a major role in transportation since India was granted its independence in 1947, according to Right-O-Way.
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May 21, 1993 | Chris Woodyard Times staff writer
Contract in India: Right-O-Way Transportation Inc. in Tustin has signed an agreement with one of India's largest and oldest transportation companies that will, among other things, provide for computer linkups to monitor shipments. Right-O-Way signed the agreement with Balmer, Lawrie & Co. in Bombay, which has played a major role in transportation since India was granted its independence in 1947, according to Right-O-Way.
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September 22, 1992 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two top executives have resigned from Right-O-Way Transportation Inc. after a failed attempt to buy the company from its Canadian-based parent, Day & Ross Inc., a company spokesman said Monday. Meanwhile, Eugene F. Hayes, a 35-year veteran of the air freight business who owns the Port Group in Jamaica, N.Y., bought the company from Day & Ross, which has owned Right-O-Way since 1987. Terms were not disclosed.
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July 17, 1992 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Three executives at Right-O-Way Inc. said Thursday that they will buy the air freight company from its Canadian-based parent, Day & Ross Inc. Right-O-Way President Alex Milovic, along with Chief Financial Officer Adrian Hex and Chief Operating Officer Ron Hewison, said they will purchase the subsidiary. They did not disclose terms of the transaction, including its value. "Our existing hands-on management will be strengthened by an ownership position," the management group said in a statement.
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September 22, 1992 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two top executives have resigned from Right-O-Way Transportation Inc. after a failed attempt to buy the company from its Canadian-based parent, Day & Ross Inc., a company spokesman said Monday. Meanwhile, Eugene F. Hayes, a 35-year veteran of the air freight business who owns the Port Group in Jamaica, N.Y., bought the company from Day & Ross, which has owned Right-O-Way since 1987. Terms were not disclosed.
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July 17, 1992 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Three executives at Right-O-Way Inc. said Thursday that they will buy the air freight company from its Canadian-based parent, Day & Ross Inc. Right-O-Way President Alex Milovic, along with Chief Financial Officer Adrian Hex and Chief Operating Officer Ron Hewison, said they will purchase the subsidiary. They did not disclose terms of the transaction, including its value. "Our existing hands-on management will be strengthened by an ownership position," the management group said in a statement.
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January 27, 1991
David Pancoe has been named senior vice president of sales and marketing at Right-O-Way Inc., a Tustin-based freight-forwarding company. Pancoe, who has been with the company for six years, was previously responsible for worldwide operations. He has also been sales manager for the western region, western regional manager, vice president of sales and senior vice president of operations for the western region.
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