Rush Trucking Corp., the Wayne-based automotive parts transporter, recently closed its operations and transferred its services to a new supplier after more than 35 years in business, marking the closure of one of the largest women-owned businesses in the Detroit subway and in the state.
The move, which was the first reported Monday by Crain’s Detroit Business, was confirmed to The Detroit News on Tuesday via an emailed statement from company founder and president Andra Rush.
“With the impact of COVID-19 and the continuing shortage of drivers, it became even clearer that the automotive-focused segment of the trucking industry needed consolidation,” Rush said. “I have partnered with our major customers to ensure that a good …
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