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Dell sued for not paying trucking bills

It's a foreign corporation now, remember
Fri Jul 13 2007, 10:43
HARDWARE GIANT Dell has been issued with a writ by a trucking company which alleges it hasn't paid its freight bills.

Con-Way Transportation Services sued Dell in a Texas district court, and as the writ points out is now a foreign corporation as it moved its HQ out of the States.

Con-Way said it shipped $42,497.26 worth of goods under a contract it had with Dell, which is now refusing to pay the charges.

So it wants a court to pay up and also pay interest on the balance at a rate of 1.5 per cent a month. It also wants Dell to cough up for the cost of lawyers and the like. µ


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