Yellow Corporation Provides Quarter-To-Date Operating Data for First Quarter 2022
For Yellow less-than-truckload (LTL), the percent change 2022 from 2021:
|Shipments per Workday||Weight per Shipment||Tonnage per Workday||Revenue per Hundredweight(a)||Revenue per Shipment(a)|
(a) Includes fuel surcharge
“Financial results for the first two months of the quarter are improved compared to a year ago even though terminal operations were impacted from Covid-19 cases and weather during January and February,” said
“Our goal to complete the transformation to One Yellow in 2022 remains on schedule. We are nearing completion of the design and modeling phase of the linehaul network integration to support both regional and long-haul service as well as streamline local pickup and delivery to eliminate duplication. When completed we will operate a fully integrated network with the speed, efficiency and consistency of a super-regional carrier,” concluded Hawkins.
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Source: Yellow Corporation