A freight tracking company in Dayton has been working with the U.S. Postal Service to help locate freight destined for Dayton.
The tracking company, Dayton Freight Tracked, has been providing free freight tracking services to businesses and consumers, and also helps farmers find out how much money they can make off their land.
On Monday, the company posted a video of a truck delivering a package from Dayton to a warehouse in the city of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in what appears to be a routine business transaction.
While the video is posted online, there’s no way to watch it on the company’s website, where the company has posted a number of other video ads.
But there is a chance you could get a better view if you go to the Dayton website.
There you will find the company is located in Dayton.
But the video only shows the front of the truck and not the back.
The company also doesn’t list any phone numbers for Dayton, but the video says the company can provide shipping information, and the phone number listed is listed as 888-567-5520.
A number that is listed for the company appears to belong to an Ohio company that sells food delivery services, and a Dayton Business Journal reporter reached out to that company, but did not get a response.
The Dayton business district has a history of disputes between truck drivers and other drivers.
Last year, a truck driver in Cleveland filed a lawsuit against the company, claiming the company was stealing from its drivers.
The dispute resulted in a settlement.
In the video, Dayton’s trucker is seen delivering a bag of flour from a truck on a busy interstate, then dropping the package off at a warehouse.
The company says the trucker left a note in the truck with the information for the delivery.
“I’m sorry, but I just need some cash,” the truck driver says.
The truck driver said he could not find a company that could deliver to his house.
He had tried several times to call, but couldn’t get through.
The trucker said he told the driver to call back later.
The video ends with the truck driving away with the package.