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Genesee & Wyoming Reports Traffic for February 2019

Donnerstag, 14.03.19 11:30
Genesee & Wyoming Reports Traffic for February 2019
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DARIEN, Conn. –

Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (G&W) (NYSE: GWR) today reported traffic volumes for February 2019.

G&W’s total traffic in February 2019 was 237,072 carloads, a decrease of 17,198 carloads, or 6.8%, compared with February 2018. G&W’s same railroad traffic in February 2019 decreased 4,429 carloads, or 1.8%, compared with G&W’s traffic in February 2018, excluding carloads from G&W’s former Continental European intermodal business (ERS), which was sold in June 2018, and short line lease expirations in Canada (Goderich-Exeter Railway (GEXR) and Southern Ontario Railway (SOR)) in the fourth quarter of 2018.

G&W’s traffic in the first quarter of 2019 through February was 504,866 carloads, a decrease of 26,535 carloads, or 5.0%, compared with the first quarter of 2018 through February. G&W’s same railroad traffic in the first quarter of 2019 through February decreased 1,250 carloads, or 0.2%, compared with the first quarter of 2018 through February, excluding carloads from ERS, which was sold in June 2018, and short line lease expirations in Canada (GEXR and SOR) in the fourth quarter of 2018.

The table below sets forth summary total carloads by segment.

         
Segment

February
2019

February
2018

Total
Change

Total %
Change

Same
Railroad %
Change(1)

North American Operations 121,261 127,344 (6,083) (4.8%) (3.1%)
Australian Operations(2) 43,043 43,338 (295) (0.7%) (0.7%)
U.K./European Operations 72,768 83,588 (10,820) (12.9%) (0.4%)
Total G&W Operations 237,072 254,270 (17,198) (6.8%) (1.8%)
 
(1) Excludes 2,213 carloads in February 2018 from short line leases in Canada (GEXR and SOR), which expired in the fourth quarter of 2018 and 10,556 carloads in February 2018 from ERS, which was sold in June 2018.
(2) 51.1% owned by G&W.
 

Highlights by Segment

  • North American Operations: Traffic in February 2019 was 121,261 carloads, a decrease of 4.8% compared with February 2018. Same railroad traffic in February 2019 decreased 3.1% compared with February 2018, excluding short line lease expirations in Canada, primarily due to decreased coal & coke and lumber & forest products traffic. North American shipments were adversely impacted by severe winter weather events that affected G&W’s railroads, customers and connecting Class I carriers in G&W’s Canada, Midwest and Western Regions.
  • Australian Operations: Traffic in February 2019 was 43,043 carloads, a decrease of 0.7% compared with February 2018, primarily due to decreased agricultural products traffic, partially offset by increased coal & coke traffic. Carload information for G&W’s 51.1% owned Australian Operations is presented on a 100% basis.
  • U.K./European Operations: Traffic in February 2019 was 72,768 carloads, a decrease of 12.9% compared with February 2018. Same railroad traffic in February 2019 decreased 0.4% compared with February 2018, excluding traffic from ERS, primarily due to decreased minerals & stone traffic in Poland, partially offset by increased petroleum products traffic in the U.K. and coal & coke traffic in Poland.

The table below sets forth North American Operations carload information by commodity group.

                   
North American Operations:

February
2019

February
2018

Total
Change

Total %
Change

Same
Railroad %
Change(1)

Agricultural Products 16,304 16,264 40 0.2% 3.1%
Autos & Auto Parts 2,618 2,469 149 6.0% 10.7%
Chemicals & Plastics 12,549 13,441 (892) (6.6%) (2.7%)
Coal & Coke 17,504 20,834 (3,330) (16.0%) (16.0%)
Food & Kindred Products 4,364 4,563 (199) (4.4%) (2.1%)
Intermodal 917 853 64 7.5% 7.5%
Lumber & Forest Products 9,853 11,480 (1,627) (14.2%) (13.8%)
Metallic Ores 1,017 1,502 (485) (32.3%) (32.2%)
Metals 11,444 10,709 735 6.9% 9.9%
Minerals & Stone 15,144 15,189 (45) (0.3%) 1.4%
Petroleum Products 7,873 8,291 (418) (5.0%) (1.7%)
Pulp & Paper 12,964 12,863 101 0.8% 1.0%
Waste 3,988 3,783 205 5.4% 6.2%
Other 4,722 5,103 (381) (7.5%) (6.4%)
Total Carloads 121,261 127,344 (6,083) (4.8%) (3.1%)
 
(1) Excludes 2,213 carloads in February 2018 from short line leases in Canada (GEXR and SOR), which expired in the fourth quarter of 2018.
 

The following highlights relate to North American same railroad traffic:

  • Coal & coke traffic decreased 3,330 carloads, or 16.0%, primarily due to decreased shipments in G&W’s Central and Midwest regions due to the impact of winter weather events on our connecting Class I railroads.
  • Lumber & forest products traffic decreased 1,571 carloads, or 13.8%, primarily due to weather-related shipment delays.
  • All remaining traffic increased by a net 1,031 carloads.

The table below sets forth carload information for G&W’s 51.1% owned Australian Operations by commodity group.

               
Australian Operations(1):

February
2019

February
2018

Total
Change

Total %
Change

Agricultural Products 1,058 4,396 (3,338) (75.9%)
Coal & Coke 31,871 28,537 3,334 11.7%
Intermodal 3,584 3,933 (349) (8.9%)
Metallic Ores 1,558 1,340 218 16.3%
Minerals & Stone 4,957 5,102 (145) (2.8%)
Petroleum Products 15 30 (15) (50.0%)
Total Carloads 43,043 43,338 (295) (0.7%)
 
(1) 51.1% owned by G&W.
 
  • Agricultural products traffic decreased 3,338 carloads, or 75.9%, primarily due to a weaker 2018-2019 South Australia grain harvest.
  • Coal & coke traffic increased 3,334 carloads, or 11.7%, primarily due to increased shipments in the Hunter Valley.
  • All remaining traffic decreased by a net 291 carloads.

The table below sets forth U.K./European Operations carload information by commodity group.

U.K./European Operations:    

February
2019

   

February
2018

   

Total
Change

   

Total %
Change

   

Same
Railroad %
Change(1)

Agricultural Products 148 362 (214) (59.1%) (59.1%)
Coal & Coke 2,615 1,866 749 40.1% 40.1%
Intermodal 57,210 67,754 (10,544) (15.6%) 0.0%
Minerals & Stone 11,885 13,606 (1,721) (12.6%) (12.6%)
Petroleum Products 910 - 910 NM NM
Total Carloads 72,768 83,588 (10,820) (12.9%) (0.4%)
 
(1) Excludes 10,556 carloads from ERS in February 2018, which was sold in June 2018.
 

The following highlights relate to U.K./European same railroad traffic:

  • Minerals & stone traffic decreased 1,721 carloads, or 12.6%, primarily due to decreased aggregates shipments in Poland.
  • Petroleum products traffic increased 910 carloads due to new jet fuel business in the U.K.
  • Coal & coke traffic increased 749 carloads, or 40.1%.
  • All remaining traffic decreased by a net 202 carloads.

First Quarter of 2019 Through February

The table below sets forth summary total carloads by segment.

                   
Segment

QTD
February
2019

QTD
February
2018

Total
Change

Total %
Change

Same
Railroad %
Change(1)

North American Operations 259,793 263,543 (3,750) (1.4%) 0.3%
Australian Operations(2) 92,190 92,614 (424) (0.5%) (0.5%)
U.K./European Operations 152,883 175,244 (22,361) (12.8%) (1.1%)
Total G&W Operations 504,866 531,401 (26,535) (5.0%) (0.2%)
 
(1) Excludes 4,655 carloads in QTD February 2018 from short line leases in Canada (GEXR and SOR), which expired in the fourth quarter of 2018 and 20,630 carloads in QTD February 2018 from ERS, which was sold in June 2018.
(2) 51.1% owned by G&W.
 

The table below sets forth North American Operations carload information by commodity group.

                   
North American Operations:

QTD
February
2019

QTD
February
2018

Total
Change

Total %
Change

Same
Railroad %
Change(1)

Agricultural Products 34,523 34,868 (345) (1.0%) 1.4%
Autos & Auto Parts 5,285 5,560 (275) (4.9%) (1.7%)
Chemicals & Plastics 26,463 28,023 (1,560) (5.6%) (2.1%)
Coal & Coke 38,698 42,394 (3,696) (8.7%) (8.7%)
Food & Kindred Products 9,673 9,870 (197) (2.0%) 0.8%
Intermodal 2,025 1,903 122 6.4% 6.4%
Lumber & Forest Products 21,466 23,578 (2,112) (9.0%) (8.5%)
Metallic Ores 2,412 2,937 (525) (17.9%) (17.8%)
Metals 24,219 22,571 1,648 7.3% 11.1%
Minerals & Stone 30,484 30,146 338 1.1% 3.0%
Petroleum Products 18,379 17,461 918 5.3% 9.0%
Pulp & Paper 27,680 26,915 765 2.8% 3.1%
Waste 8,718 7,704 1,014 13.2% 13.9%
Other 9,768 9,613 155 1.6% 4.2%
Total Carloads 259,793 263,543 (3,750) (1.4%) 0.3%
 
(1) Excludes 4,655 carloads in QTD February 2018 from short line leases in Canada (GEXR and SOR), which expired in the fourth quarter of 2018.
 

The table below sets forth carload information for G&W’s 51.1% owned Australian Operations by commodity group.

Australian Operations(1):    

QTD
February
2019

   

QTD
February
2018

   

Total
Change

   

Total %
Change

Agricultural Products 2,519 8,283 (5,764) Hier geht's zur Aktien-Startseite

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