"Former Beatle Paul McCartney visited the company’s Cicero terminal in 2012. McCartney’s wife, Nancy Shevell, is the daughter of the company’s owner, Myron Shevell, and is a vice president of the company. She was among the company officers who signed the bankruptcy filing.
"New England Motor Freight lists 39 trucking terminals in 16 Northeast states, including eight in New York (Cicero, Albany, Bethpage, Binghamton, Buffalo, Falconer, Newburgh and Rochester).
"Ronald Katich, of Kirkville, a driver for the company for 16 years, said the approximately 40 drivers and 20 support staff who worked in the company’s terminal at 7201 Schuyler Road in Cicero were given no advance warning of the shutdown."
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