|Bid||112.53 x 100|
|Ask||112.53 x 100|
|Day's Range||112.21 - 112.96|
|52 Week Range||101.45 - 135.53|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.32|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.64 (3.35%)|
|1y Target Est||124.71|
Robust volume expansion owing to solid segmental performances at the chemicals, agriculture, intermodal and coal are likely to drive Norfolk Southern's (NSC) Q2 results.
High fuel costs are likely to hurt Hawaiian Holdings' (HA) earnings. However, the conservative nature of the Zacks Consensus Estimate increases the chances of an earnings beat in the second quarter.
High freight revenues owing to the impressive performance of coal and intermodal segments are expected to benefit Canadian National's (CNI) Q2 results.
Sign up here for The Morning Download, and get the most important news in business technology emailed to you each weekday morning. Subscribe to WSJ Pro Cybersecurity for in-depth coverage on cybersecurity trends, breaches and best practices. The shift comes as the company looks to maximize efficiency amid a deluge of e-commerce-related business. CIO Journal’s Sara Castellanos spoke to Juan Perez, the company’s chief information and engineering officer, about the project.
In an effort to remain ahead of competitors like FedEx Corporation (NYSE: FDX) and Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), UPS said it will team up with smart access company Latch to design a new keyless entry protocol for drivers in New York City.
United Parcel Service Inc. is working on an “ambitious” analytics and machine learning project to gather and consolidate data from various applications within the company’s logistics network to better predict package flow, volume and delivery status, says Juan Perez, chief information and engineering officer. The predictive analytics tool, which has been in development for about eight months, will gather and analyze more than 1 billion data points per day at full-scale, including data about package weight, shape and size, as well as forecast, capacity and customer data. The project is an example of how UPS is upgrading technology systems as it faces heavy competition from rivals including FedEx Corp. and Amazon.com Inc. as well as ever-growing e-commerce shopping demands.
UPS is expanding its pilot project with Latch smart access devices to enable in-building deliveries to multi-unit homes in New York City.
By Lisa Baertlein LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - United Parcel Service Inc on Tuesday said it is testing "smart lock" technology that allows its delivery drivers to open doors and drop multiple packages at secure locations inside apartment buildings around New York City.The test includes "hundreds of non-doorman" multi-family buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn that have installed Latch's "smart access system." The project comes as UPS is working to make "last-mile" e-commerce deliveries to households more convenient and cost effective by reducing package theft and the need for drivers to make repeated delivery attempts. "It's difficult to securely deliver packages in high-density, multi-family urban residences, especially when people are not at home," said Jerome Roberts, vice president of global product innovation at UPS.
United Parcel Service Inc (UPS.N) on Tuesday said it is testing "smart lock" technology that allows its delivery drivers to open doors and drop multiple packages at secure locations inside apartment buildings around New York City.The test includes "hundreds of non-doorman" multi-family buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn that have installed Latch's "smart access system." The project comes as UPS is working to make "last-mile" e-commerce deliveries to households more convenient and cost effective by reducing package theft and the need for drivers to make repeated delivery attempts. "It's difficult to securely deliver packages in high-density, multi-family urban residences, especially when people are not at home," said Jerome Roberts, vice president of global product innovation at UPS.
UPS (UPS) today said it has begun a pilot with Latch smart access devices to enable in-building deliveries to multi-unit homes in New York City, providing increased security and convenience for residents who are not at home to receive packages. Latch’s smart access devices enable UPS drivers to provide more reliable customer service and complete more deliveries on the first attempt.
United Parcel Service Inc., of Atlanta, has begun a pilot program with the smart-access provider Latch to give UPS drivers keyless entry to building lobbies and package rooms in parts of New York City. The program, starting in Manhattan and Brooklyn, will help drivers complete more deliveries on the first attempt. For every building to which they are making a delivery, they get a unique credential on a handheld device, UPS said Tuesday.
ATLANTA, July 16, 2018-- UPS will announce its 2018 second-quarter results on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, at approximately 7 a.m. At 8:30 a.m. ET, UPS Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David Abney and ...
UBS offered new analysis on two top parcel delivery services Monday, downgrading FedEx Corp. ( FDX) while upgrading United Parcel Service Inc. ( UPS). The ratings firm downgraded FedEx to neutral while lowering its price target to $256 per share from $283 per share, citing concerns about its exposure to “risk from tariffs and potentially slower trade activity.
SAN DIEGO, July 16, 2018-- The UPS Store, Inc. and Inc. Magazine have announced the three finalists for the Small Biz Salute Pitch Off, a national competition that will reward one small business owner ...
Shares of FedEx (FDX) are falling on Monday, while United Parcel Service (UPS) is rising, as UBS's Thomas Wadewitz argues that investors should now buy the latter instead of the former. Wadewitz upgraded UPS to Buy from Neutral and raised his price target by $4, to $125, while he downgraded FedEx to Neutral from Buy and lowered his price target to $256 from $283. For UPS, he writes that a combination of cost and productivity improvements, along with a supportive sales backdrop, could boost margins in its domestic package business., and fuel stronger operating income growth next year.
The U.S. rail network congestion might weigh on Kansas City Southern's (KSU) Q2 earnings. Moreover, it is likely to generate low revenues at the Agriculture & Minerals and the Energy segments.
The asset management firm reported adjusted quarterly profit of $6.66 per share , 11 cents above estimates. Bank of America BAC – The bank beat estimates by 6 cents a share , with second quarter profit of 63 cents per share. Bank of America’s results were boosted by loan growth, lower expenses, and a smaller tax rate.
UPS today announced a tentative agreement for a new Master UPS Freight Agreement with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. The five-year agreement, which is subject to ratification, covers about 11,000 Teamsters-represented UPS Freight employees. Strong progress has been made on many local small package agreements and supplements, including a handshake agreement covering more than 100,000 Teamster-represented UPS employees located in the Central Conference, the Southern Conference, and Oregon / Idaho, among others.
A Greater Cincinnati manufacturer is in the process of fulfilling the largest electric truck order ever.
High operating expenses as well as low revenues at some of Canadian Pacific's (CP) segments are expected to ail its Q2 results.
CSX's efforts to improve operational efficiency via cost-reduction are expected to aid results in Q2. Additionally, the coal and intermodal segments are likely to perform well.