Con-way Inc was incorporated in Delaware in 1958. The Company and its subsidiaries provide transportation, logistics and supply-chain management services to various manufacturing, industrial and retail customers. Its business units operate in regional, inter-regional and transcontinental less-than-truckload and full-truckload freight transportation, contract logistics and supply-chain management, multimodal freight brokerage, and trailer manufacturing. The Company operates under three reporting segments: Freight, Logistics and Truckload. The Freight segment consists of the operating results of the Con-way Freight business unit. Con-way Freight is a less-than-truckload motor carrier that utilizes a network of freight service centers to provide day-definite regional, inter-regional and transcontinental less-than-truckload freight services throughout North America. LTL carriers transport shipments from multiple shippers utilizing a network of freight service centers combined with a fleet of linehaul and pickup-and-delivery tractors and trailers. LTL shipments weigh between 100 and 15,000 pounds. In 2013, Con-way Freight's average weight per shipment was 1,334 pounds. The Logistics segment consists of the operating results of the Menlo Worldwide Logistics business unit. Menlo develops contract-logistics solutions, which include managing complex distribution networks, and providing supply-chain engineering and consulting, and multimodal freight brokerage services. Menlo's supply-chain management offerings are mainly related to transportation-management and contract-warehousing services. The Truckload segment consists of the operating results of the Con-way Truckload business unit. Con-way Truckload is a full-truckload motor carrier that utilizes a fleet of tractors and trailers to provide short- and long-haul, asset-based transportation services throughout North America. Con-way Truckload provides dry-van transportation services to manufacturing, industrial and retail customers while using single drivers as well as two-person driver teams over long-haul routes, with each trailer containing only one customer's goods. On average, Con-way Truckload transports shipments more than 800 miles from origin to destination. Under its regional service offering, Con-way Truckload transports truckload shipments between 100 and 600 miles, including local-area service for truckload shipments of less than 100 miles. It competes with regional and national LTL companies, some of which are subsidiaries of integrated transportation service providers, domestic and foreign logistics companies, truckload carriers, railroads and private fleets. The Company is subject to various federal, state and local, as well as foreign, laws and regulations that apply to its business activities.