“Solid”, “strong” and “well-positioned” is how CH Robinson described its second-quarter performance, despite net revenue falling 11.6%, to $614.5m, and income from operations declining by 17%, to $188.8m.
CEO Bob Biesterfeld said: “Despite a volatile environment, we were able to deliver solid performance across all of our business units, due to the tireless efforts of the CH Robinson team members around the world and our diversified portfolio of logistics services.
“We also …
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