How Is YRC Worldwide’s Debt Stacked among Peers after 4Q16?
YRC Worldwide’s debt YRC Worldwide’s (YRCW) current total debt stands at $997.0 million. It consists of CDA (contribution deferral agreement) notes, new term loans, and capital leases. At the end…
Of the six analysts surveyed, two have recommended YRCW stock as a “strong buy” or equivalent, while one has given a “buy.”
In 4Q16, YRC’s Freight segment revenue fell 0.5% to $730.3 million from $733.7 million in 4Q15.
YRC Worldwide’s Regional Transportation segment contributed ~37% to the total operating revenues in 4Q16.
YRC Worldwide (YRCW) reported its 4Q16 EPS to be -$0.23, as compared to the analyst estimate of positive earnings.
CHRW’s Global Forwarding segment, the company’s second-largest, contributed ~20% of CHRW’s net revenues in 4Q16.
CHRW’s Robinson Fresh segment, the smallest in terms of revenue saw its revenue total fall 3.7% to $529.0 million in 4Q16.
For 4Q16, C.H. Robinson Worldwide’s reported total revenues of $3.4 billion, which was 6.4% higher than its $3.2 billion in 4Q15.
CHRW North American Surface Transport segment, the company’s largest, contributed ~69% of the company’s net revenues in 4Q16.
On January 31, 2017, C.H. Robinson Worldwide (CHRW), a major third-party logistics company, announced its 4Q16 results.
In this article, we’ll look at the direction of the Truck Tonnage Index (or TTI) in October 2016.
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In 3Q16, EXPD reported revenue of $1.56 billion, whereas analysts had estimated revenue of $1.57 billion. The company missed analysts’ projected revenue by 1%.
In this article, we’ll discuss Expeditors International of Washington’s (EXPD) 3Q16 operating margin.
On November 8, 2016, Expeditors International of Washington (EXPD), a major US-based logistics company, announced its 3Q16 earnings.
In 3Q16, XPO’s logistics or supply chain revenues reported a rise of 35.6% to $1.4 billion from $993.3 million in the corresponding quarter last year.