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    Will Rise in Crude Oil Benefit US Truckload Carriers in 2018?

    The average US on-highway diesel prices in 3Q17 have risen 20% compared to the same quarter last year.

    By Samuel Prince
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    Earnings Report

    Werner Enterprises Beat Q3 Estimates, Stock Fell 2.9%

    Werner Enterprises announced its third-quarter results on October 18 and beat analysts’ adjusted EPS estimate of $0.59 by 7.3%.

    By Samuel Prince
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    Earnings Report

    What Happened to Werner Enterprises’ Operating Margins in 4Q17?

    Werner Enterprise earned an operating income of $45.1 million in 4Q17, a rise of 29% compared to its operating income of $35.0 million in 4Q16.

    By Samuel Prince
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    Earnings Report

    Did Werner Enterprises Surpass Analysts’ Estimates in 4Q17?

    In 4Q17, Werner Enterprises (WERN) reported revenue of $567.4 million. The company beat Thomson Reuters–surveyed analysts’ consensus revenue estimate of $553.8 million by 2.4%.

    By Samuel Prince
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    Earnings Report

    Leverage Position of US Truckload Carriers after 3Q17

    Ryder System (R) has a forward EBITDA of ~$1.8 billion against a total debt of ~$5.3 billion.

    By Samuel Prince
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    Earnings Report

    US Truckload Carriers: Accelerating into 2018

    Trucks currently haul ~70% of all merchandise shipped in the United States. Volumes are expected to reach ~10.7 billion tons in 2017 with $719 billion in revenues.

    By Samuel Prince
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Which US Truckload Carrier Holds First Place in Dividend Growth?

    Among major truckload companies, in 1Q16, Werner Enterprises (WERN) declared the highest dividend growth, at $0.06 per share, which is a 20% YoY increase.

    By Samuel Prince
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    Understanding the Impact of Customer Losses on Swift Transportation’s Refrigerated Segment

    The average operational truck count in Swift Transportation’s Refrigerated segment has dropped by 220 trucks, or by 11.8%, in 2Q16, as compared to 2Q15.

    By Samuel Prince
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