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1. Hardy Pushes Intermodal Sites for New Jobs -

Carolyn Hardy admits she pushed hard to get the intermodal container yard that opened this week in Hickory Hill completed faster than the two years many contractors told her it would take.

2. Dunavant Grows Logistics, Transportation Divisions -

Dunavant Enterprises Inc. continues its transformation into a purely third-party logistics and asset-based transportation firm.

3. City Council Approves Hickory Hill Intermodal Yard -

The Memphis City Council approved Tuesday, Feb. 19, a 30-acre intermodal container yard in Hickory Hill for the storage of the containers by The Marino Group/Container Maintenance Corp., which is working with Chism-Hardy Enterprises LLC on the new facility that will employ 94 people.

4. EDGE Board Approves Several Tax Freezes This Week -

Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. shows up to meetings of the local economic development body that grants tax incentives to businesses pretty predictably.

That’s not to say on a regular basis, rather his appearances are predictable because they tend to coincide with votes on tax deals for businesses moving into or expanding in the core city.

5. EDGE Board Approves Several Tax Freezes This Week -

Memphis Mayor A C Wharton Jr. shows up to meetings of the local economic development body that grants tax incentives to businesses pretty predictably.

That’s not to say on a regular basis, rather his appearances are predictable because they tend to coincide with votes on tax deals for businesses moving into or expanding in the core city.

6. City Council Approves Hickory Hill Intermodal Yard -

The Memphis City Council approved Tuesday, Feb. 19, a 30-acre intermodal container yard in Hickory Hill for the storage of the containers by The Marino Group/Container Maintenance Corp., which is working with Chism-Hardy Enterprises LLC on the new facility that will employ 94 people.

7. Michael Hatcher & Assoc. Adapts to Shifting Customer Demands -

The average person probably wouldn’t associate the word “trendy” with landscaping, but Michael Hatcher certainly does.

8. 2011 Big Year for International Paper -

Memphis-based International Paper Co. on Thursday reported its best year in nearly 20 years with net earnings of $1.3 billion compared to $644 million in 2010.

9. Intermodal Cartage Sees 30 Years of Steady Growth -

Founded by Mark George in Memphis with one truck driver in 1982, Intermodal Cartage Co. Inc. has grown steadily for nearly 30 years and now has locations in 26 cities nationwide.

10. Trucking Official Addresses Host of Industry Issues -

The president of the Tennessee Trucking Association has been part of the discussions before at gatherings to discuss the logistics industry and the business of moving goods by multiple modes.

And Dave Huneryager has heard those in the discussions talk about intermodal transportation as a way to “get more trucks off the road.”

11. House Kills Second Try To Ban Open Containers -

A renewed attempt to ban open alcohol containers for passengers riding in vehicles has failed in the Tennessee House.

Republican Rep. Joshua Evans of Greenbrier tried to rewrite his bill originally intended to lower drunken-driving limits for repeat offenders to create the open container ban.

12. Open Container Bill OK'd Despite DUI Enforcement Concerns -

NASHVILLE (AP) - The Senate has passed a bill that would ban open alcohol containers in vehicles.

The Senate voted 23-7 to approve the bill sponsored by Senate Judiciary Chairwoman Mae Beavers, a Mount Juliet Republican, despite concerns raised by prosecutors and safety officials the measure could inadvertently cause drunken driving enforcement efforts to lose funding.

13. IP's Q2 Profit Doubles,But Fails Expectations -      Paper and packaging company International Paper Co. reported Thursday its second-quarter profit more than doubled year-over-year but failed to meet Wall Street expectations, as improved pricing was offset by raw material

14. Archived Article: Benchmark - Robert Beeson and Charlene Beeson and Memphis Distribution Services Inc Robert Beeson and Charlene Beeson and Memphis Distribution Services Inc. vs. City of Memphis and Illinois Central Railroad Co. According to the suit, the plaintiffs own adjoinin...