Werner Enterprises, Inc. was founded in 1956 and is a premier transportation and logistics company, with coverage throughout North America, Asia, Europe, South America, Africa and Australia. Werner maintains its global headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska and maintains offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico, China and Australia. Werner is among the five largest truckload carriers in the United States, with a diversified portfolio of transportation services that includes dedicated; medium-to-long-haul, regional and local van; expedited; temperature-controlled; and flatbed services. Werner’s Value Added Services portfolio includes freight management, truck brokerage, intermodal, and international services. International services are provided through Werner’s domestic and global subsidiary companies and include ocean, air and ground transportation; freight forwarding; and customs brokerage.
Werner Enterprises completed its initial public offering in April 1986 with a fleet of 630 trucks. Today, the fleet consists of more than 7,300 tractors, nearly 24,000 trailers and more than 11,500 associates and independent contractors.
The main commodities of freight transported are retail store merchandise, consumer products, manufactured products and grocery products
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (Aug. 6, 2013) – Clean Energy Fuels Corp. (Nasdaq: CLNE) and NG Advantage LLC, today announced an agreement to construct a new compressed natural gas (CNG) compression facility in Central New Hampshire. The facility will allow NG Advantage to expand its reach in providing CNG to manufacturing and other energy-intensive customers located away from the nation’s natural gas pipeline throughout New England and Eastern New York. Once operational, the facility will more than double the capacity of NG Advantage and provide redundancy for the company’s existing customers.
Designed, constructed and operated by Clean Energy, the facility is intended to provide a minimum of 10-million gasoline-gallons-equivalent of CNG per year. NG Advantage has committed to purchase that volume of fuel for the duration of the 10-year agreement. This potentially represents more than double the CNG fuel volume supplied by Clean Energy’s highest-volume CNG station.
This may explain the lack of volume. Shorts not playing the up and down rollercoaster game, just trying to quietly cover. I don't care if shorts make or lose money, just hope for longs to make money.
sold most shares at 10.70 and above.... and bought some back at 10.60. If they are going to drive the price down, I ain't going down with the ship, but will buy back when I feel it's ready.
Just curious. And is anyone going in big right now? Seems like no one is doing anything.
But there are 11.5 million shares short. At today's rate, if half the shares trading were shorts covering, it would take a number of months for all the shorts to cover. What does this mean? maybe there will be five million shares covered if they report a bad report and they can cover in the 14s, maybe? But what if good news happens?
And when does the volume return? Yesterday the stock rallied on low volume. That could be a good sign for shorts -- that the volume was low. Or it could mean bad news for shorts, that it only took a small volume to drive the stock up.
I think there is a 20% chance that the stock will go back to the 14.80s over the next week, and I think shorts will try to cover there. Others will hope for 14.00, and I think there is a 5% chance of that.
There have been too many new product launches, meaning new sudden increase in sales. From zero to hundreds(?) for each product, I would assume? At least hundreds, yes? Per quarter, I mean.
Look, understand when you are reading the post of someone shorting the stock. JKS shipped very little to US in 2013. So, when in 2014, they are shipping in the 100s of MW (goal), then that's a great increase and takes up a major portion of the "new" (additional) shipments. So, snake's wording may be accurate.
Their gross margin was not as good as one would suspect for their US shipments because they had to have cells produced in Taiwan at a premium and then make the modules in China and then ship the panels to the US, across the Pacific.
The ASP for China was low, but so were the costs. Far lower. The gross margin was likely highest for places like Japan, Europe, Australia, Thailand, and Chinese projects built or designed by JKS. Hence their concentration on this.
The ASP for unsubsidized parts was higher than in China! So there is much money to be made in what is known as rest of world.
Seems like a lot of new models and engines being rolled out in 2013-14
PeterbiltPeterbilt’s Models 579, 567, 384 and 36
Ford F-150, 250, 350
What am I missing?
Please tell me if you think these new trucks are any good.
See below, from Peterbilt:
Peterbilt Motors Company, a PACCAR company based in Denton, Texas, is offering a new powertrain option for several of its natural gas vehicles – including the new on-highway Model 579 and vocational Model 567 – that provides customers with an automated transmission and 100 percent natural gas engine that can be powered by either CNG or LNG.
The Eaton UltraShift PLUS and Cummins Westport ISX12 G, launched earlier this year, are available for Peterbilt’s Models 579, 567, 384 and 365.
“This new powertrain is an ideal option for our customers in vocational, regional and line haul applications, providing precise shifting for more efficient operation with a versatile, fuel efficient natural gas engine,” said Robert Woodall, Peterbilt’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “It’s a great way to maximize the fuel economy benefits of our aerodynamic, lightweight vehicles.”
The Eaton UltraShift PLUS is available in the 13-speed MHP and 10-speed LAS series and the 11.9-liter Cummins Westport ISX12 G is available up to 400 horsepower and 1,450 lb.-ft. of torque.
The automated transmission features intelligent shift selection software that optimizes performance and efficiency, as well as tailored shift logic that enhances braking performance. It can benefit both new and veteran operators through precision shifting that senses and adjusts to grades, weight and driver throttle commands.
“The addition of this powertrain option to our natural gas vehicle lineup expands the versatility and range of our already industry-leading breadth of natural gas vehicles,” Woodall said. “Customers can choose from a wide range of vehicles, engines and spec options to meet their full range of needs.”
(Source: Peterbilt Motors Company)
he pumps wprt? what's his logic to short clne and long wprt? ng only outside of usa?
Even with the difference in tariffs rates, JKS can still sell for cheaper than TSL and make the same gross. 4% cheaper. This according to their costs of mfr-ing.
I imagine JKS is still competitive with non-tariffed brands too. With JKS with tariff and others without tariffs.
Looks like a political event is about to occur as thousands of solar installers in the US lose business. They will be calling their congressmen.