PTSI - PAMトランスポ―テ―ション・サ―ビシズ (P.A.M. Transportation Services Inc.)

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   P.A.M. Transportation Looks Outside Of Network To Replace Lost Freight  2020/04/15 14:38:14 Benzinga Feeds
P.A.M. Transportation Services (NASDAQ: PTSI ) held on through the COVID-19-related automotive plant shutdowns to post adjusted first quarter 2020 results close to the record-setting pace of a year ago. "We started off 2020 with very strong operating results as both January and February each ranked in the top three best January and February operating results in the company's history. March started off strong, and then of course we encountered the very unexpected chain of events that took place around the world," said President and CEO Dan Cushman. Despite roughly 45% of its revenue base shutting down in mid-March, the carrier managed to post consolidated revenue growth of 0.4% year-over-year at $129.2 million. P.A.M. Transportation is a hauler for many of the large automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), which began to idle plants and production in March in response to the growing pandemic. The company has been through this type of sudden shutdown recently. Last fall, its largest customer, General Motors Company (NYSE: GM ), suffered a 40-day shutdown during the United Auto Workers labor strike.
   P.A.M. Transportation (PTSI) Tops Q1 Earnings and Revenue Estimates  2020/04/14 21:35:03 Zacks Investment Research
P.A.M. Transportation (PTSI) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 4.76% and 0.20%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   P.A.M. Transportation Lays off 75 Employees, Mostly Nondrivers  2020/03/24 20:44:13 Benzinga Feeds
P.A.M. Transportation Services (NASDAQ: PTSI ) confirmed it has temporarily laid off approximately 75 employees, mostly "non-essential to daily operations" in response to recent coronavirus-related auto plant closures. Responding to an email from FreightWaves, P.A.M. Transportation CEO Dan Cushman said 65 employees were laid off on Friday, "very few" of whom were drivers. Cushman said he doesn't anticipate a "wave 2" of layoffs but that "about 10 employees" were released from duty Tuesday. Cushman said the reduction in staff was directly related to "auto plants shutting down." The dry van truckload (TL) carrier, which gets much of its revenue from the country's largest original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), is used to adjusting operations and staffing levels as OEM production schedules change. In its third-quarter 2019 earnings report released in October, the Tontitown, Arkansas-based carrier announced that it had successfully redeployed "approximately 400 drivers affected" by the United Auto Workers labor strike against General Motors Company (NYSE: GM ), which began on Sept. 16.
   P.A.M. Transportation (PTSI) Q4 Earnings and Revenues Miss Estimates  2020/02/24 21:45:03 Zacks Investment Research
P.A.M. Transportation (PTSI) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -79.41% and -6.87%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   The Mysterious Resurrection Of Celadon's Mexican Business  2020/02/24 19:37:31 Benzinga Feeds
Bankrupt Celadon Group says employees in Mexico recently resumed "limited operations" of its transportation business there using the company's cash receivables after initiating a series of labor disputes, court filings show. Celadon made puzzling disclosures in two Feb. 21 filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court connected to its efforts to sell Mexican subsidiaries, including Jaguar Transportation, and selected assets to PAM Transportation Services for $7 million . "Recently, the Mexican Debtors' employees recommenced limited operations of the Mexican Business using cash proceeds of accounts receivable generated and collected by the Mexican Debtors," the company said in a filing. The court filings provide few details about the resumption of the Mexican business, including whether Celadon agreed to it. The company notes that it occurred after unspecified employees "initiated several labor disputes under Mexican law." Lawyers for Celadon Group did not respond to FreightWaves' questions, including …
   P.A.M. Transportation Lays off 75 Employees, Mostly Nondrivers  2020/03/24 20:44:13 Benzinga Feeds
P.A.M. Transportation Services (NASDAQ: PTSI ) confirmed it has temporarily laid off approximately 75 employees, mostly "non-essential to daily operations" in response to recent coronavirus-related auto plant closures. Responding to an email from FreightWaves, P.A.M. Transportation CEO Dan Cushman said 65 employees were laid off on Friday, "very few" of whom were drivers. Cushman said he doesn't anticipate a "wave 2" of layoffs but that "about 10 employees" were released from duty Tuesday. Cushman said the reduction in staff was directly related to "auto plants shutting down." The dry van truckload (TL) carrier, which gets much of its revenue from the country's largest original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), is used to adjusting operations and staffing levels as OEM production schedules change. In its third-quarter 2019 earnings report released in October, the Tontitown, Arkansas-based carrier announced that it had successfully redeployed "approximately 400 drivers affected" by the United Auto Workers labor strike against General Motors Company (NYSE: GM ), which began on Sept. 16.
   P.A.M. Transportation (PTSI) Q4 Earnings and Revenues Miss Estimates  2020/02/24 21:45:03 Zacks Investment Research
P.A.M. Transportation (PTSI) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -79.41% and -6.87%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   The Mysterious Resurrection Of Celadon's Mexican Business  2020/02/24 19:37:31 Benzinga Feeds
Bankrupt Celadon Group says employees in Mexico recently resumed "limited operations" of its transportation business there using the company's cash receivables after initiating a series of labor disputes, court filings show. Celadon made puzzling disclosures in two Feb. 21 filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court connected to its efforts to sell Mexican subsidiaries, including Jaguar Transportation, and selected assets to PAM Transportation Services for $7 million . "Recently, the Mexican Debtors' employees recommenced limited operations of the Mexican Business using cash proceeds of accounts receivable generated and collected by the Mexican Debtors," the company said in a filing. The court filings provide few details about the resumption of the Mexican business, including whether Celadon agreed to it. The company notes that it occurred after unspecified employees "initiated several labor disputes under Mexican law." Lawyers for Celadon Group did not respond to FreightWaves' questions, including …
   PAM Transport Looks To Buy Celadon's Mexican Business, Court Filings Show  2020/02/24 14:31:04 Benzinga Feeds
PAM Transportation Services is seeking to buy bankrupt Celadon Group's Mexican business, including carrier Jaguar Transportation, for $7 million, court filings show. Celadon disclosed the proposed deal with PAM Transport on Friday in a filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware seeking approval to enter into a sale agreement. It follows PAM's January deal to purchase Celadon's Laredo, Texas, terminal for nearly $20 million . The Friday … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Moving Average Crossover Alert: P.A.M. Transportation Services  2020/02/12 14:15:00 Zacks Investment Research
P.A.M. Transportation Services, Inc. (PTSI) could be a stock to avoid from a technical perspective, as the firm is seeing unfavorable trends on the moving average crossover front.
   P.A.M. Transportation (PTSI) Q4 Earnings and Revenues Miss Estimates  2020/02/24 21:45:03 Zacks Investment Research
P.A.M. Transportation (PTSI) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of -79.41% and -6.87%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
   The Mysterious Resurrection Of Celadon's Mexican Business  2020/02/24 19:37:31 Benzinga Feeds
Bankrupt Celadon Group says employees in Mexico recently resumed "limited operations" of its transportation business there using the company's cash receivables after initiating a series of labor disputes, court filings show. Celadon made puzzling disclosures in two Feb. 21 filings in U.S. Bankruptcy Court connected to its efforts to sell Mexican subsidiaries, including Jaguar Transportation, and selected assets to PAM Transportation Services for $7 million . "Recently, the Mexican Debtors' employees recommenced limited operations of the Mexican Business using cash proceeds of accounts receivable generated and collected by the Mexican Debtors," the company said in a filing. The court filings provide few details about the resumption of the Mexican business, including whether Celadon agreed to it. The company notes that it occurred after unspecified employees "initiated several labor disputes under Mexican law." Lawyers for Celadon Group did not respond to FreightWaves' questions, including …
   PAM Transport Looks To Buy Celadon's Mexican Business, Court Filings Show  2020/02/24 14:31:04 Benzinga Feeds
PAM Transportation Services is seeking to buy bankrupt Celadon Group's Mexican business, including carrier Jaguar Transportation, for $7 million, court filings show. Celadon disclosed the proposed deal with PAM Transport on Friday in a filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware seeking approval to enter into a sale agreement. It follows PAM's January deal to purchase Celadon's Laredo, Texas, terminal for nearly $20 million . The Friday … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   Moving Average Crossover Alert: P.A.M. Transportation Services  2020/02/12 14:15:00 Zacks Investment Research
P.A.M. Transportation Services, Inc. (PTSI) could be a stock to avoid from a technical perspective, as the firm is seeing unfavorable trends on the moving average crossover front.
   P.A.M. Transportation Set To Purchase Celadon's Laredo Terminal For $19.8 Million  2020/01/28 16:00:17 Benzinga Feeds
Celadon Group plans to sell its trucking terminal in Laredo, Texas, to P.A.M. Transportation Services for $19.8 million, according to a filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. The sale appears set to close imminently, after P.A.M. Transportation Services signed a purchase agreement last Wednesday. The deal could be finalized by this Friday. The trucking terminal, located just off Interstate 35, sits on 53.15 acres about 19 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border. Celadon built the terminal in 2016. It includes a 130,464-square-foot, two-story warehouse, which includes 19,800 square feet of office space, as well as a one-story, 37,500-square-foot garage. When Celadon built the new facility in Laredo in 2016, the company said it would … Full story available on Benzinga.com

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