The truckload earnings season began with J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. announcing a 2.6% increase in profits year-over-year in the first quarter, mainly due to a one-time tax benefit that otherwise would have put the carrier behind 2016 earnings.April 17, 2017
J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. opened an “enterprise sales branch” in Toronto, its first such office in Canada, the intermodal and truckload carrier said.March 30, 2017
Intermodal and truckload carrier J.B. Hunt Transport Services posted gains in net income and revenue for the fourth quarter of 2016 and for the year, the Lowell, Arkansas-based company said Jan. 19.
J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc., the first trucking company to report third-quarter earnings, said net income declined 5% to $109.4 million, or 97 cents, dragged down by weaker profit margins in all of its businesses except dedicated trucking.October 17, 2016
J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. signed a service agreement with Trailer Bridge Inc. to combine resources between the mainland United States and Puerto Rico, the motor carrier announced Sept. 16.September 16, 2016
Higher profit from dedicated truckload business helped J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. to eke out a 1.5% second-quarter net income increase to $105.1 million, or 92 cents per share, but weaker than expected intermodal unit performance and other factors led the company to lower its 2016 earnings expectations.July 18, 2016
J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc., based out of Lowell, Arkansas, has opened two new sales branches in San Antonio and Portland, Maine.June 30, 2016
SAN ANTONIO — Shelley Simpson, chief marketing officer of J.B. Hunt Transport Services, was named winner of the 2016 Distinguished Woman in Logistics award.
MercuryGate International has countersued J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. for $5 million as part of a disagreement over the effectiveness of an information technology system MercuryGate sold the motor carrier to support its brokerage unit.August 19, 2015