Swift Transportation Company Announces Timing Of Mid-Fourth Quarter Conference Call

Continuing with the 2016 strategy of increasing consistency, frequency and clarity of communication with the investment and analyst communities, Swift Transportation Company (NYSE:SWFT) ("Swift") announces the timing of its mid-fourth quarter call. As in quarters past, Swift will provide general commentary around key trends and developments in the current quarter, as well as provide updates to the future outlook, where applicable.

The mid-fourth quarter call will be held on Friday, December 9 th at 10:30 a.m. Eastern. Participants may access the call using the following dial-in numbers:

U.S./Canada: (877) 897-8479International/Local: (706) 501-7951Conference ID: 26275169

A transcript of the call, as well as a link for the replay, will be available via our investor relations website: http://investor.swifttrans.com/ as soon as possible following the call.

As a reminder, Swift's quiet period begins the middle of the third month of each quarter and extends through the company's subsequent quarterly earnings release.

About Swift

Swift is based in Phoenix, Arizona, and operates a tractor fleet of approximately 18,000 units driven by company and owner-operator drivers. The company operates more than 40 major terminals positioned near major freight centers and traffic lanes in the United States and Mexico. Swift offers customers the opportunity for "one-stop shopping" for their truckload transportation needs through a broad spectrum of services and equipment. Swift's extensive suite of services includes general, dedicated and cross-border U.S./Mexico/Canada service, temperature-controlled, flatbed and specialized trailers, in addition to rail intermodal and non-asset based freight brokerage and logistics management services, making it an attractive choice for a broad array of customers.

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