Allied Holdings says to file 10-Q by Wednesday


CHICAGO, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Allied Holdings Inc. on Tuesday pushed back the expected filing date for its 10-Q quarterly report, saying it needed more time to complete its internal review. The company, which provides transportation services to the auto industry, said it will file the 10-Q form with the Securities and Exchange Commission no later than Wednesday. It originally had expected to file the form for the quarter ended Sept. 30 with the Securities and Exchange Commission by Monday.

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