September 2016 Blue’s News
There will be no regularly scheduled service on Labor Day, Monday, September 5, 2016. For any on-demand requests, please contact us at 888-258-7875.
Please be advised, Blue Streak is closely monitoring the progress of Tropical Depression #9 and the potential impact it may have on our operations in the southeastern United States over the course of the next week. We will use Constant Contact as well as our website to keep everyone updated on any issues that may arise.
CHECK OUT BLUE STREAK’S NEW WEBSITE
We recently launched our new, completely redesigned site, which offers a fresh, user-friendly web experience. The site uses the latest in responsive web design (RWD) technology so it is 100% mobile-friendly and adapts to fit any device and screen size – from desktops and laptops to cell phones and tablets. If you haven’t done so already, sign up for your own online account and benefit from real-time access to your shipments and account information.
Our site also features an updated map of the areas we service across the nation. Check out our website to see the ways Blue Streak can help you with all your shipping and transportation needs.
Please visit us online today and let us know what you think!
BLUE STREAK ACROSS THE U.S.
Do you have a need for a nationwide courier? Blue Streak has an extensive service network that covers a large portion of the United States. We offer a variety of shipping options to fit your transportation needs and ensure reliable, timely delivery. Contact us today to see how – and where – Blue Streak can assist you.
FUEL SURCHARGE TO INCREASE IN SEPTEMBER
Because of an increase in fuel charges in the past month nationwide, Blue Streak’s fuel surcharge will increase to 3.0% in September. Our fuel surcharge continues to be among the lowest in the region.
How it’s calculated: If the national average price of regular unleaded fuel* is above $1.79 during the last week of any given month, the surcharge will be in effect on the first day of the following month.
*As reported by the US Department of Energy.