Western Express Logistics to take over Western Express logistics

Western Express is taking over the Western Express transportation and logistics company, and it will be renamed Western Express Light.

The new company will take over its current business of selling light express transportation to airlines and other businesses in the United States.

The deal, announced Friday, is worth $100 million and will be announced in a statement by Western Express on Thursday.

Western Express has operations in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

The company will also sell other products and services, including the construction of a new logistics center in the city of Los Angeles.

Western is one of the largest U.K.-based logistics companies.

The acquisition is a strategic investment for Western Express, which is one or two years away from opening a new U.M.B.C. facility in San Diego, said Andrew Gorman, president and CEO of Western Express.

The United States and Canada will be able to see Western Express light, Gorman said.

The agreement with Western Express was a “significant step forward” for Western and the United Kingdom, G Norman said in a release.

“The U.N. General Assembly unanimously voted to approve this historic deal, and the announcement is an important milestone for Western, which has become an increasingly important market for the U of A,” Gorman added.

Gorman and his company are bringing a team of 50 to Los Angeles to begin work on the new facility.

The announcement comes as a wave of protests have broken out across the country in response to President Donald Trump’s immigration executive order and threats to restrict the rights of Muslim immigrants.

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