three major players in the industry, C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc., Expeditors International of Washington Inc., and UTi Worldwide, Inc. are being profiled, along with their key financials and strategies for growth. Related Reports:- Global
* Reports full year revenue of 27.1 million euros ($30.98 million) versus 26.6 million euros a year ago
Dec 9 (Reuters) - Logistics services provider UTi Worldwide Inc faces a fresh snag in its attempt to return to growth with the sudden resignation of its chief executive on Monday.
UTi Worldwide's fiscal 2015 third-quarter top-line trend fell short of our ..... productivity. Since underlying industry demand appears healthy, we still expect UTi to see modest tonnage improvement in the year ahead as distractions from its
was in talks to acquire U.S.-based global forwarder UTi Worldwide. DSV ranks among the 10 largest global forwarders and is fairly acquisitive. UTi subsequently issued a press release commenting that "exploratory
acquire U.S.-based global forwarder UTi Worldwide. Details were limited, but ..... We were not under the impression that UTi was for sale. That said, the firm ..... in a fragmented market. Recall that UTi has been working through a long-running
positioned to take market share. While UTi Worldwide UTIW has potential, it needs ..... of gross revenue for Expeditors and UTi Worldwide, respectively. We use IATA ..... where forwarders like Expeditors and UTi Worldwide conduct most of their business
We are dropping analyst coverage of Patterson- UTI . We provide broad coverage of more than 1,500 companies across more than 90 industry groups and adjust our coverage as necessary based on client demand and investor interest.
Patterson- UTI reported second-quarter net income of $53 million, a 33% increase compared with last year, led by strong performance in the
UTi Worldwide’s fiscal 2015 first-quarter top-line growth came in below our ..... associated with the long-running freight-forwarding system rollout. This year, UTi also has higher amortization expenses linked to previously capitalized IT costs