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Hub Group Inc.  (HUBG)
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Hub Group's Customers Performance

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HUBG's Source of Revenues Hub Group's Customers have recorded a rise in their cost of revenue by 34.43 % in the 2 quarter 2022 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 16.35 %, for the same period Hub Group Inc. recorded revenue increase by 42.81 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 7.96 %.

List of HUBG Customers




Hub Group's Customers have recorded a rise in their cost of revenue by 34.43 % in the 2 quarter 2022 year on year, sequentially costs of revenue grew by 16.35 %, for the same period Hub Group Inc. recorded revenue increase by 42.81 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 7.96 %.

List of HUBG Customers


   
Customers Net Income grew in Q2 by Customers Net margin grew to
153.36 % 15.87 %



Hub Group's Customers, Q2 2022 Revenue Growth By Industry
Customers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry      22.25 %
Customers in Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber Industry -13.89 %   
Customers in Aluminum Industry      28.63 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      4.98 %
Customers in Paper & Paper Products Industry      12.86 %
Customers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      18.79 %
Customers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      9.11 %
Customers in Conglomerates Industry -0.58 %   
Customers in Apparel, Footwear & Accessories Industry -0.89 %   
Customers in Agricultural Production Industry      20.18 %
Customers in Food Processing Industry      18.27 %
Customers in Personal & Household Products Industry      13.21 %
Customers in Oil And Gas Production Industry      79.19 %
Customers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry      77.92 %
Customers in Oil Refineries Industry      77.94 %
Customers in Communications Equipment Industry      3.26 %
Customers in Semiconductors Industry      5.23 %
Customers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry      63.52 %
     
• Customers Valuation • Segment Rev. Growth • Segment Inc. Growth • Customers Mgmt. Effect.


Hub Group's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



We believe that fostering long-term customer relationships is critical to our success. Through these long-term relationships, we are able to better understand our customers’ needs and tailor our transportation services to the specific customer, regardless of the customer’s size or volume. Hub currently has full-time marketing representatives at various operating centers and sales offices with primary responsibility for servicing local, regional and national accounts. These sales representatives directly or indirectly report to our Chief Marketing Officer. This model allows us to provide Hub customers with both a local marketing contact and access to our competitive rates as a result of being a large, multinational transportation service provider. Mode IBOs and sales agents are located throughout North America and also enjoy local marketing advantages with access to the Hub network and carrier base. Mode IBOs may act to both generate business and to perform the transportation brokerage services. Mode sales agents are focused entirely on the sales effort and utilize an IBO to service the freight.
The Mode acquisition diversifies Hub Group’s customer base with more small and medium sized customers, as Hub has traditionally focused to a significant degree on larger national accounts. Mode IBOs and sales agents are often able to devote more attention to smaller and medium sized shippers and develop long-term relationships with them.

Our truck brokerage operation has a large number of active trucking companies that we use to transport freight. The Hub operating centers and Mode IBOs deal daily with these carriers on an operational level. Our corporate headquarters handles the administrative and regulatory aspects of the trucking company relationship. Our relationships with these trucking companies are important since these relationships determine pricing, load coverage and overall service.

A key element of our business strategy is to strengthen our close working relationship with the major intermodal railroads in the United States. Due to our size and relative importance, some railroads have dedicated support personnel to focus on our day-to-day service requirements. On a regular basis, our senior executives and each of the railroads meet to discuss major strategic issues concerning intermodal transportation.
We have relationships with each of the following major railroads:

Burlington Northern Santa Fe

Florida East Coast
Canadian National

Kansas City Southern
Canadian Pacific

Norfolk Southern
CSX

Union Pacific
Ferromex


We also have relationships with each of the following major service providers: APL, CMA CGM (America) Inc., COSCO (China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company), Evergreen Shipping Agency (America) Corp., Express System Intermodal Inc., Domestic Intermodal America, Hamburg Sud Group, Hanjin Shipping, Hapag-Lloyd (America) Inc., Hyundai Merchant Marine, K-Line America, Maersk Sea-Land, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (America) Inc., NYK (Nippon Usen Kaisha) Line, Triton Overseas Transport, Yang Ming (America) Corp., and Zim Integrated Shipping Services.


Hub Group's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


We believe that fostering long-term customer relationships is critical to our success. Through these long-term relationships, we are able to better understand our customers’ needs and tailor our transportation services to the specific customer, regardless of the customer’s size or volume. Hub currently has full-time marketing representatives at various operating centers and sales offices with primary responsibility for servicing local, regional and national accounts. These sales representatives directly or indirectly report to our Chief Marketing Officer. This model allows us to provide Hub customers with both a local marketing contact and access to our competitive rates as a result of being a large, multinational transportation service provider. Mode IBOs and sales agents are located throughout North America and also enjoy local marketing advantages with access to the Hub network and carrier base. Mode IBOs may act to both generate business and to perform the transportation brokerage services. Mode sales agents are focused entirely on the sales effort and utilize an IBO to service the freight.
The Mode acquisition diversifies Hub Group’s customer base with more small and medium sized customers, as Hub has traditionally focused to a significant degree on larger national accounts. Mode IBOs and sales agents are often able to devote more attention to smaller and medium sized shippers and develop long-term relationships with them.

Our truck brokerage operation has a large number of active trucking companies that we use to transport freight. The Hub operating centers and Mode IBOs deal daily with these carriers on an operational level. Our corporate headquarters handles the administrative and regulatory aspects of the trucking company relationship. Our relationships with these trucking companies are important since these relationships determine pricing, load coverage and overall service.

A key element of our business strategy is to strengthen our close working relationship with the major intermodal railroads in the United States. Due to our size and relative importance, some railroads have dedicated support personnel to focus on our day-to-day service requirements. On a regular basis, our senior executives and each of the railroads meet to discuss major strategic issues concerning intermodal transportation.
We have relationships with each of the following major railroads:

Burlington Northern Santa Fe

Florida East Coast
Canadian National

Kansas City Southern
Canadian Pacific

Norfolk Southern
CSX

Union Pacific
Ferromex


We also have relationships with each of the following major service providers: APL, CMA CGM (America) Inc., COSCO (China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company), Evergreen Shipping Agency (America) Corp., Express System Intermodal Inc., Domestic Intermodal America, Hamburg Sud Group, Hanjin Shipping, Hapag-Lloyd (America) Inc., Hyundai Merchant Marine, K-Line America, Maersk Sea-Land, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (America) Inc., NYK (Nippon Usen Kaisha) Line, Triton Overseas Transport, Yang Ming (America) Corp., and Zim Integrated Shipping Services.








HUBG's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Hub Group Inc. 2,419.23 5,031.09 318.00 2,568
Alcoa Corp 6,593.58 13,386.00 1,228.00 61,000
Archer daniels midland Co 45,786.48 94,364.00 3,634.00 38,100
Adm Tronics Unlimited Inc. 4.18 3.41 -1.39 21
Applied Materials Inc 73,360.98 25,159.00 6,646.00 24,000
Ashland Global Holdings Inc. 135.91 2,084.00 913.00 11,000
Avient Corporation 2,906.68 5,017.50 250.70 0
Bunge Limited 12,642.87 64,613.00 1,802.00 33,000
Cabot Corporation 3,729.49 4,113.00 176.00 4,300
The Chemours Company 3,908.33 6,933.00 881.00 7,000
Celanese Corporation 10,038.26 9,565.00 1,973.00 7,658
Chs Inc. 0.00 44,833.32 1,495.97 0
Calumet Specialty Products Partners L.p. 1,092.09 4,262.60 373.80 2,000
Conocophillips 134,327.19 66,502.00 31,463.00 10,075
Carlisle Companies Incorporated 14,778.23 5,946.70 765.30 12,000
Chevron Corp 283,330.67 215,974.00 29,189.00 48,200
Daktronics Inc 124.47 638.16 6.10 2,420
Dupont De Nemours Inc. 25,947.88 15,138.00 1,933.00 34,250
Ecolab Inc. 41,820.67 13,532.70 1,121.30 50,200
Eastman Chemical Co 8,929.73 10,912.00 1,227.00 14,500
Fmc Corporation 13,459.25 5,410.70 690.40 6,400
Flexible Solutions International Inc 20.84 40.20 4.72 27
Gevo Inc. 505.64 0.52 -59.73 74
Golden Growers Cooperative 66.27 99.55 7.50 1
Corning Inc 25,266.76 14,586.00 2,023.00 50,110
W R Grace and co 4,647.34 1,859.20 79.90 3,700
Honeywell International Inc 116,553.41 34,459.00 5,112.00 105,500
HERCULES INCORPORATED 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Huntsman Corporation 5,123.25 9,343.00 1,314.00 15,000
Hawkins Inc. 811.89 878.16 89.49 659
Iconix Brand Group Inc 99.63 104.26 24.62 137
Innerworkings Inc 157.98 1,093.91 -15.53 1,600
Innospec Inc. 2,188.71 1,729.30 116.10 1,800
Integral Technologies Inc 2.90 1.08 -5.69 1
Illinois Tool Works Inc 57,278.62 15,185.00 2,648.00 44,000
Kinder Morgan Inc. 37,870.80 17,693.00 2,502.00 10,524
Kronos Worldwide inc. 1,082.24 2,124.00 171.00 2,260
Quaker Chemical Corporation 2,757.08 1,862.67 83.39 2,020
Lyondellbasell Industries N.v. 75.11 53,525.00 5,452.00 19,100
Mativ Holdings Inc. 739.39 1,594.60 27.40 0
Matthews International Corp 734.18 1,744.12 -22.54 10,300
3m Company 64,314.21 35,085.00 4,162.00 95,000
Momentive Performance Materials Inc. 1,560.49 2,331.00 0.00 4,900
Newmarket Corporation 3,054.26 2,584.97 195.03 1,998
Ingevity Corporation 2,402.10 1,515.50 145.70 1,500
Nike Inc. 153,697.38 46,710.00 6,046.00 75,400
Nl Industries inc. 381.69 152.36 76.46 2,776
Nn Inc. 87.63 481.05 -14.79 4,730
Originclear Inc. 17.02 6.82 19.76 26
Olin Corporation 6,581.10 9,848.00 1,512.40 6,400
Occidental Petroleum Corporation 67,211.25 33,730.00 11,196.00 14,400
Element Solutions Inc 3,242.74 1,961.00 -319.90 7,750
Parker hannifin Corporation 32,017.84 15,861.61 1,316.19 50,520
Ppg Industries Inc 26,605.41 18,427.00 1,396.00 43,000
Ricebran Technologies 99.38 35.70 -11.75 264
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY 0.00 0.00 0.00 0
Rpm International Inc. 11,086.20 6,707.73 492.47 13,394
Seaboard Corporation 4,020.69 10,422.00 428.00 10,772
Horrison Resources Inc. 0.00 0.00 -0.08 0
Sunoco Lp 3,256.79 22,950.00 1,314.00 22,500
Tor Minerals International Inc 9.39 38.97 -1.14 45
Trecora Resources 231.52 301.32 8.99 310
Tronox Holdings Plc 1,830.07 3,664.00 591.00 4,300
Valhi inc. 727.04 2,525.70 248.70 2,995
Westlake Corporation 11,094.88 15,101.00 2,918.00 8,870
Westlake Chemical Partners Lp 765.94 1,525.87 398.18 141
Exxon Mobil Corporation 375,994.77 364,932.00 40,345.00 74,900
SUBTOTAL 1,709,188.71 1,363,209.24 177,781.03 1,079,828
       
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