capacity network in the industry, following giants like C . H . Robinson CHRW and Landstar LSTR. This is an increasingly important ..... robust market know-how, such as industry behemoth C . H . Robinson . It also competes with aggressive peers of similar
C . H . Robinson Worldwide Inc. (NASDAQ: CHRW ) declares $0.35/share quarterly dividend , in line with previous. Forward yield 2.10% Payable Sept. 30; for shareholders of record Sept. 5; ex-div Sept. 3. Post your comment!
incremental logistics outsourcing. C . H . Robinson has gradually increased its share ..... intensive carriers. We think C . H . Robinson 's senior management team has ..... history of share repurchases. C . H . Robinson is an asset-light third-party
C . H . Robinson posted 6.5% gross revenue growth in ..... truckload-industry capacity and the fact Robinson ’s volume growth remains above most truckers ..... disruption is also breathing new life into Robinson ’s pricing power, enabling the firm
C . H . Robinson Worldwide (NASDAQ: CHRW ): Q2 EPS of $0.80 beats by $0.04 . Revenue of $3.5B (+6.4% Y/Y) in-line. Press Release Post your comment!
done a solid job growing intermodal loads. Asset-light, third-party logistics providers Landstar LSTR and C . H . Robinson CHRW have created wide economic moats through proprietary information systems and networks of customers and suppliers
in the intermodal market (from competitors such as Pacer and J.B. Hunt), as well as in truck brokerage (from C . H . Robinson , Echo Global Logistics, and Landstar, among others). Lastly, although unlikely, the major Class I railroads
particularly the integrators' (FedEx and UPS) rising focus on outsourced supply-chain solutions. Highway brokers, like C . H . Robinson , are also increasingly offering international forwarding services to shippers.Roughly $24 million of duplicative
predictable freight and better lane density (albeit at the cost of price commitments and greater gross-margin risk). C . H . Robinson pursued a similar strategy over the past few years, though on a larger scale. Management also remains focused on
particularly the integrators' (FedEx and UPS) rising focus on outsourced supply-chain solutions. Highway brokers, like C . H . Robinson , are also increasingly offering international forwarding services to shippers.The firm holds cash reserves well above levels