- 4 August 2020
- Transport / Logistics Services
XPO Logistics’ revenue was hit hard by the pandemic, according to its second quarter (Q2) results. Revenues were $3.5bn, a fall of $724,000 from last year’s Q2.
Bradley Jacobs, chairman and chief executive officer of XPO Logistics, said: “The ramifications of COVID-19 dominated the second quarter. Nevertheless, we beat expectations on revenue, adjusted EBITDA and adjusted EPS, and generated notably high cash flow from operations of $214 million and free cash flow of $121 million. Business trends improved across our segments and geographies as the quarter progressed, and continued in July.
“We’ve seen a recovery take hold in Europe and start in North America. E-commerce continues to be our strongest tailwind, benefitting contract logistics and last mile. Our last mile network in North America generated year-over-year revenue growth of 3% in the quarter, with a net revenue margin of 37%.”
Jacobs continued, “We’ve stayed intensely focused on the safety of our employees, and they’ve stayed focused on serving our customers. Based on the current market conditions, we expect to generate at least $350 million of adjusted EBITDA in the third quarter.”