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The Company and its subsidiaries provide transportation and logistics services in the United States and portions of Canada. It operates through two segments, Express-1 and Evansville.
I've been following this stock for a couple of years. I think they have good management, a solid business model and (now anyhow) a not-dorky company name. The last four quarters they had top line revenue growth and bottom line profits. I'd become concerned if the recievables and debt keep going up while the net cash decline continues. I don't expect that to happen because I think that management is disciplined. I think this is a tight ship all things considered with steady growth in the offing.
XPO doesn't actually own and operate trucks. Their business model is (self-described) 'asset light.'
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