What happens when a big-ticket job goes to Mexico?
Fox Sports has exclusively learned that a big name that was already under contract at Harbor Freight is no longer with the company, and the company has no plans to add him to its crew.
According to sources close to the company who spoke to Fox Sports, the big name, who was expected to join the company’s fleet this season, decided to make a change.
The source said the change wasn’t due to an ongoing relationship or anything that wasn’t a good fit.
Harbor Freight had been a major player in the shipping industry for decades, serving customers in the U.S., Canada, and Europe.
In addition to its major role in shipping, the company also provides container handling services to companies like Amazon and FedEx, as well as to a variety of other large companies.
The company has been a target of recent anti-worker protests in the Bay Area, and it recently announced a hiring freeze.
The announcement came after the union Local 1553 sent a letter to local supervisors, urging them to “stop the bullying of Harbor Freights employees and support employees who are being discriminated against by Harbor Freighters leadership.”
Hailing from the Midwest and having a history of working with some of the largest shipyards in the world, Harbor Freighter had been working on a deal with the Port of San Francisco to take on a major contract for its fleet of ships, which could run as high as $2 billion per year.
The deal was expected for completion in 2018.
In recent months, the Port and the freight service company have been in a heated dispute over the terms of the contract.
The contract has not been signed, and negotiations are ongoing, with both sides claiming to be negotiating a deal.
While Harbor Freances board and management remain in the middle of the dispute, it has come to the attention of Fox Sports that the contract is not being finalized.
The source said Harbor Freance management is looking to take the contract with it when it goes to the board of directors, but that it’s unlikely that will happen.
Harbor Freighthouse has a strong track record of taking on major contract agreements, and will not be taking on a big contract in the coming years, the source said.
It is not clear whether the contract has been officially canceled, or whether Harbor Freighting will have to hire a new crew to handle its fleet.
A Harbor FreIGHT spokesperson declined to comment.