C.H. Robinson Worldwide

Logistics company C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc.

C.H. Robinson Worldwide acquired freight forwarder Phoenix International for $571.5 million in cash and about $63.5 million in new C.H. Robinson stock.

C.H. Robinson Worldwide has agreed to acquire Warsaw-based Apreo Logistics.

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When trucking companies are stung by rising costs, third-party logistics providers share their pain, very quickly.

C.H. Robinson Worldwide moved more freight in the first quarter, but higher trucking costs bit into the non-asset logistics company’s truckload net margin.

C.H. Robinson Worldwide is putting 500 new intermodal containers into its U.S. shipping network as the freight broker seeks to add greater flexibility in shifting business between modes.

Strong truckload demand pushed revenue up 10.4 percent in the fourth quarter to $2.6 billion at C.H. Robinson Worldwide, the largest U.S. freight broker.

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As the transportation industry entered 2011, the conversation about U.S.

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Increases in truck and intermodal volume and pricing pushed C.H.

C.H. Robinson Worldwide acquired Timco Worldwide, one of the largest melon sourcing and distribution companies in North America and Latin America, for an undisclosed sum.

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Truck rates and volume outpaced first-quarter cost increases at C.H. Robinson Worldwide, bolstering the non-asset transportation giant's revenue and profit.

The momentum many U.S. third-party logistics providers and freight brokers reported at the end of 2010 appears to be extending into 2011. C.H. Robinson, the largest domestic 3PL in the U.S.

C.H. Robinson Worldwide, the nation’s largest truck freight broker, says the domestic shipping market’s momentum from 2010 is extending into this year.

Higher shipment volume helped boost C.H. Robinson's profit 17.6 percent in the fourth quarter to $103.2 million as revenue rose 15.8 percent to $2.3 billion.

In today's slow-growth environment, customers expect their transportation service providers to help them attain a competitive advantage, and that involves developing innovative solutions based on best

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