article were taken from Swift Transportation 's investor relations ..... the end of last week, Swift Transportation (NYSE: SWFT ) saw its shares fall by ..... First, I must admit that Swift Transportation 's challenge of finding
Swift Transportation ( SWFT -16.7% ) plunges after reporting generally in-line Q2 results but projecting Q3 profit that trails analyst estimates. SWFT says it is being held back by a challenging driver market and turnover
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Swift Transportation (NYSE: SWFT ): Q2 EPS of $0.33 in-line. Revenue of $1.08B (+4.9% Y/Y) misses by $10M . Press Release Post your comment!
(Reuters) - Trucking company Swift Transportation Co's second-quarter profit beat market expectations on stronger pricing and growth in intermodal volumes, sending its shares up 7 percent after the...
available. That’s why we’re going after this full bore as soon as we can.”- Jerry Moyes, CEO of Swift Transportation , the largest truckload carrier in North America One of the most encouraging recent developments regarding potential
firm). Werner operates terminals in two Mexican cities already but employs a contractor to supply trucking capacity. Swift SWFT owns Trans-Mex--also one of the largest trucking companies in Mexico (2.4% of Swift's $2.1 billion total 2009 revenue
have staggered terms. That said, the Knights are veterans in the trucking industry, having worked for carrier Swift Transportation before establishing their own venture in 1990. Prospective shareholders should recognize that they are investing
On Jan. 19, Swift Transportation SWFT announced that it had agreed to be bought out by its founder and former chairman and CEO, Jerry Moyes, in an all-cash transaction
Late Friday, Swift Transportation SWFT announced that it had agreed to be bought out by its founder and former chairman and CEO, Jerry Moyes, in an all-cash transaction