Clean Harbors reported better-than-expected 2014 ..... segments, strong operating leverage in Clean Harbors ’ disposal business and "pay-for ..... which serves as the foundation of Clean Harbors ’ narrow economic moat. With strength
yearlong strategic review, narrow-moat Clean Harbors announced plans to carve out its beleaguered ..... consolidated revenues and EBITDA, and Clean Harbors currently plans to retain majority ..... culminates a tumultuous 2014, during which Clean Harbors came under fire for overexpanding its portfolio
Clean Harbors ’ third-quarter results offer another ..... business. Slowing activity in several of Clean Harbors ’ noncore business lines, such as oil ..... to be justified. In our opinion, Clean Harbors paid a premium for the dubious opportunity
welcome indicator that narrow-moat Clean Harbors is successfully identifying areas of ..... technical services segment, which houses Clean Harbors ' moaty disposal business, increased ..... margin contraction occurred in all of Clean Harbors ' noncore businesses, offsetting a
to offset weather-related drags in Clean Harbors ’ noncore segments in the first quarter ..... underlying utilization rates in each of Clean Harbors ’ operating segments actually improved ..... which serves as the foundation of Clean Harbors ’ economic moat. However, we believe
Relational Investors took a 9% stake in Clean Harbors , citing significant potential in the ..... agree, and believe that narrow-moat Clean Harbors ’ strengths lie squarely in its hazardous ..... commercial hazardous incineration, Clean Harbors ’ ability to derive pricing power in
April 24 (Reuters) - Privately owned activist fund Relational Investors LLC disclosed a 9.08 percent stake in Clean Harbors Inc, saying the hazardous waste manager is "undervalued," according to a...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Even as its share price has slumped 8 percent in the year to date, hazardous waste manager Clean Harbors , Inc. has cleaned up in terms of fund-manager interest as more of them bet on one of the down sides of the energy boom.
disposal is a niche market that is served by a handful of players, including US Ecology, Waste Management WM, and Clean Harbors CLH . New entrants are dissuaded from entering the market by the high regulatory barriers to entry and the long payback
In some cases, a growing service portfolio can increase U.S. Ecology’s utility to customers; however, competitor Clean Harbors has struggled with declining ROICs by following a similar strategy. As such, watching what Feeler greenlights as a good