SAIA - サイア (Saia Inc.) サイア

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symbol SAIA
会社名 Saia Inc (サイア)
分野(sector) Transportation   ヘルスケア
産業(industry) Trucking Freight/Courier Services  
業種 陸運貨物_物流   工業(Industrials)
概要 事業概要 サイア(Saia Inc.)は輸送会社である。同社は、小口トラック貨物 (LTL)サービスを提供する。同社はまた、米国内の非資産トラック積付、迅速化および物流サービスを含むその他の付加価値サービスも提供している。同社の子会社であるSaia Motor Freight Line、LLC(Saia LTL Freight)は、LTLキャリアである。他の子会社には、Saia TL Plus、LLC、Saia Logistics Services、LLC、Saia Sales、LLC、Saia Metrogo、LLC、LinkEx、Inc.およびSaia Motor Freight Mexico、S.DE R.L.DE C.V.を含む。   サイアは米国の運送会社。1924年設立。中短距離トラック輸送(LTL)、ノンアセットトラック輸送、サ―ドパ―ティ―輸送(3PL)を米国34州で展開する。他の州、カナダメキシコ、プエルトリコにはパ―トナ―企業のネットワ―クでカバ―する。本社はジョ―ジア州ジョンズクリ―ク。   
本社所在地 11465 Johns Creek Parkway Suite 400 Johns Creek GA 30097 USA
代表者氏名 Herbert A. Trucksess ハーバート・A・トラッククセス
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board 取締役会会長
電話番号 +1 770-232-5067
設立年月日 2000年
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
ipoyear ―年
従業員数 9800人
url www.saia.com
nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/saia
adr_tso
EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 209.74800
終値(lastsale) 67.41
時価総額(marketcap) 1731935941.47
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 1553.116
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 1524.85
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 1706.927
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 79.66200
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the six months ended 30 June 2018 Saia Inc revenues increased 19% to $821.5M. Net income increased 77% to $51.4M. Revenues reflect an increase in demand for the Company's products and services due to favorable market conditions. Net income benefited from Other net increase from $188K (expense) to $245K (income) Operating loss (gains ) net decrease from $248K (expense) to $21K (income).

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   Raymond James Stick to Their Buy Rating for Saia Inc By Investing.com  2021/04/15 16:25:14 Investing.com
Raymond James Stick to Their Buy Rating for Saia Inc
   Cowen & Co. Stick to Their Hold Rating for Saia Inc By Investing.com  2021/03/18 12:35:09 Investing.com
Cowen & Co. Stick to Their Hold Rating for Saia Inc
   UPS Closes Curtain On Tough 15-year-old LTL Run  2021/01/26 17:10:24 Benzinga
UPS Inc. (NYSE: UPS ) CEO Carol Tomé has pulled the plug on the company's often-difficult 15-year foray into the less-than-truckload business. The Atlanta-based giant's $800 million sale of UPS Freight to Canadian concern TFI International Inc. ( NYSE and TSX: TFII ), reflects Tomé's belief that LTL was not, is not and would likely never be a strategic fit for the company. Nor would it have met her rigorous standards for return on invested capital (ROIC). Though she has only been CEO since June, Tomé's perspective is hardly that of a UPS newbie: She joined the company's board in 2003, two years before UPS acquired Overnite Transportation Co. for $1.25 billion–a 46% premium to the previous day's closing price–and rebranded it as UPS Freight. Tomé observed UPS' early struggles to integrate Overnite and the limited synergies that would accrue over the following decade and a half. Once installed as CEO, she began pushing for UPS Freight to be moved out of the portfolio, according to a well-placed source.
   Truist Securiti Weighs in on Saia, Inc.’s FY2022 Earnings (NASDAQ:SAIA)  2020/12/14 17:52:32 Fintech Zoom
Truist Securiti Weighs in on Saia, Inc.'s FY2022 Earnings (NASDAQ:SAIA) -
   Less-than-truckload Turning Positive In August  2020/09/03 14:10:36 Benzinga
A couple of reports from less-than-truckload carriers show trends are beginning to turn positive on a year-over-year comparison. Old Dominion Freight Line (NASDAQ: ODFL ) reported a modest increase in revenue per day for the month of August. The Thomasville, North Carolina-based carrier said in a Thursday press release the metric was up 1.3% compared to August 2019. In its second-quarter filing, the company reported a 2.9% year-over-year revenue decline during July, following an 11.4% drop in June. "We are encouraged by recent trends that contributed to the year-over-year increase in our LTL revenue per day for August. This positive inflection in our revenue is a result of improving demand trends from our customers in the industrial and retail sectors, which are increasingly prioritizing high-quality service from their carriers," said President and CEO Greg Gantt. The August increase in revenue was due to a 2.4% year-over-year increase in tonnage partially offset by a slight decline in revenue per hundredweight, or yield.
   Raymond James Stick to Their Buy Rating for Saia Inc By Investing.com  2021/04/15 16:25:14 Investing.com
Raymond James Stick to Their Buy Rating for Saia Inc
   Cowen & Co. Stick to Their Hold Rating for Saia Inc By Investing.com  2021/03/18 12:35:09 Investing.com
Cowen & Co. Stick to Their Hold Rating for Saia Inc
   UPS Closes Curtain On Tough 15-year-old LTL Run  2021/01/26 17:10:24 Benzinga
UPS Inc. (NYSE: UPS ) CEO Carol Tomé has pulled the plug on the company's often-difficult 15-year foray into the less-than-truckload business. The Atlanta-based giant's $800 million sale of UPS Freight to Canadian concern TFI International Inc. ( NYSE and TSX: TFII ), reflects Tomé's belief that LTL was not, is not and would likely never be a strategic fit for the company. Nor would it have met her rigorous standards for return on invested capital (ROIC). Though she has only been CEO since June, Tomé's perspective is hardly that of a UPS newbie: She joined the company's board in 2003, two years before UPS acquired Overnite Transportation Co. for $1.25 billion–a 46% premium to the previous day's closing price–and rebranded it as UPS Freight. Tomé observed UPS' early struggles to integrate Overnite and the limited synergies that would accrue over the following decade and a half. Once installed as CEO, she began pushing for UPS Freight to be moved out of the portfolio, according to a well-placed source.
   Truist Securiti Weighs in on Saia, Inc.’s FY2022 Earnings (NASDAQ:SAIA)  2020/12/14 17:52:32 Fintech Zoom
Truist Securiti Weighs in on Saia, Inc.'s FY2022 Earnings (NASDAQ:SAIA) -
   Less-than-truckload Turning Positive In August  2020/09/03 14:10:36 Benzinga
A couple of reports from less-than-truckload carriers show trends are beginning to turn positive on a year-over-year comparison. Old Dominion Freight Line (NASDAQ: ODFL ) reported a modest increase in revenue per day for the month of August. The Thomasville, North Carolina-based carrier said in a Thursday press release the metric was up 1.3% compared to August 2019. In its second-quarter filing, the company reported a 2.9% year-over-year revenue decline during July, following an 11.4% drop in June. "We are encouraged by recent trends that contributed to the year-over-year increase in our LTL revenue per day for August. This positive inflection in our revenue is a result of improving demand trends from our customers in the industrial and retail sectors, which are increasingly prioritizing high-quality service from their carriers," said President and CEO Greg Gantt. The August increase in revenue was due to a 2.4% year-over-year increase in tonnage partially offset by a slight decline in revenue per hundredweight, or yield.
   Raymond James Stick to Their Buy Rating for Saia Inc By Investing.com  2021/04/15 16:25:14 Investing.com
Raymond James Stick to Their Buy Rating for Saia Inc
   Cowen & Co. Stick to Their Hold Rating for Saia Inc By Investing.com  2021/03/18 12:35:09 Investing.com
Cowen & Co. Stick to Their Hold Rating for Saia Inc
   UPS Closes Curtain On Tough 15-year-old LTL Run  2021/01/26 17:10:24 Benzinga
UPS Inc. (NYSE: UPS ) CEO Carol Tomé has pulled the plug on the company's often-difficult 15-year foray into the less-than-truckload business. The Atlanta-based giant's $800 million sale of UPS Freight to Canadian concern TFI International Inc. ( NYSE and TSX: TFII ), reflects Tomé's belief that LTL was not, is not and would likely never be a strategic fit for the company. Nor would it have met her rigorous standards for return on invested capital (ROIC). Though she has only been CEO since June, Tomé's perspective is hardly that of a UPS newbie: She joined the company's board in 2003, two years before UPS acquired Overnite Transportation Co. for $1.25 billion–a 46% premium to the previous day's closing price–and rebranded it as UPS Freight. Tomé observed UPS' early struggles to integrate Overnite and the limited synergies that would accrue over the following decade and a half. Once installed as CEO, she began pushing for UPS Freight to be moved out of the portfolio, according to a well-placed source.
   Truist Securiti Weighs in on Saia, Inc.’s FY2022 Earnings (NASDAQ:SAIA)  2020/12/14 17:52:32 Fintech Zoom
Truist Securiti Weighs in on Saia, Inc.'s FY2022 Earnings (NASDAQ:SAIA) -
   Less-than-truckload Turning Positive In August  2020/09/03 14:10:36 Benzinga
A couple of reports from less-than-truckload carriers show trends are beginning to turn positive on a year-over-year comparison. Old Dominion Freight Line (NASDAQ: ODFL ) reported a modest increase in revenue per day for the month of August. The Thomasville, North Carolina-based carrier said in a Thursday press release the metric was up 1.3% compared to August 2019. In its second-quarter filing, the company reported a 2.9% year-over-year revenue decline during July, following an 11.4% drop in June. "We are encouraged by recent trends that contributed to the year-over-year increase in our LTL revenue per day for August. This positive inflection in our revenue is a result of improving demand trends from our customers in the industrial and retail sectors, which are increasingly prioritizing high-quality service from their carriers," said President and CEO Greg Gantt. The August increase in revenue was due to a 2.4% year-over-year increase in tonnage partially offset by a slight decline in revenue per hundredweight, or yield.

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陸上運輸や陸上運送の略語。旅客や貨物を陸上の輸送機関を用いて運ぶこと。それにかかわる倉庫やターミナルなども含まれる。
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