UPS Freight

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UPS Freight, which is now TForce Freight, was previously UPS's less-than-truckload shipping (LTL) subsidiary. On August 8, 2005, UPS paid $1.25 billion to Union Pacific Corporation (parent company of the Union Pacific Railroad) for Overnite Transportation Company (and its subsidiary Motor Cargo). Overnite Transportation was renamed UPS Ground Freight, Inc. on April 28, 2006. The Overnite tractors' insignia were covered with signs identifying the operator as UPS Freight. UPS Freight quickly changed the tractors' color scheme from blue and gray to UPS brown on the bottom, with a gold line around the tractor's center and gray for the upper hue. As outdated Overnite equipment is replaced, all new vehicles purchased by UPS Freight LTL are painted in these colors, whereas new tractors for the truckload division (Former Overnite Transportation – The UPS shield is visible on the roof fairing of the Special Services Division.

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