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Mr. Lawrence C. Yarberry

Wrong Lawrence C. Yarberry?

Executive Vice President and Chie...

Phone: (925) ***-****  
Pacer International , Inc.
2300 Clayton Road Suite 1200
Concord , California 94520
United States

Company Description: Pacer International, Inc. (Pacer International) is an asset-light North American transportation and logistics services provider. Pacer International provides...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer
    Southern Pacific Rail Corporation
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"The cycle is now longer," says ...
www.inboundlogistics.com [cached]
"The cycle is now longer," says Larry Yarberry, CFO and executive vice president of Pacer International, Concord, Calif., the world's largest buyer of rail intermodal services. "Normally there's always a container shortage during peak season, but now additional transit time affects moving containers back to the West Coast to deliver throughout the country again.
"Rail service has reached the bottom, and it should improve as we move forward," he says.
...
"Normally, you have less demand in the first quarter of the year, with March strong, April and May slower, then the peak starting in August and lasting through October," says Yarberry.
...
"Long-term, all of these challenges are fixable and intermodal does continue to grow because of the cost advantages," says Yarberry at Pacer.
"The cycle is now longer," says ...
www.inboundlogistics.com [cached]
"The cycle is now longer," says Larry Yarberry, CFO and executive vice president of Pacer International, Concord, Calif., the world's largest buyer of rail intermodal services. "Normally there's always a container shortage during peak season, but now additional transit time affects moving containers back to the West Coast to deliver throughout the country again.
"Rail service has reached the bottom, and it should improve as we move forward," he says.
...
"Normally, you have less demand in the first quarter of the year, with March strong, April and May slower, then the peak starting in August and lasting through October," says Yarberry.
...
"Long-term, all of these challenges are fixable and intermodal does continue to grow because of the cost advantages," says Yarberry at Pacer.
"The cycle is now longer," says ...
www.inboundlogistics.com [cached]
"The cycle is now longer," says Larry Yarberry, CFO and executive vice president of Pacer International, Concord, Calif., the world's largest buyer of rail intermodal services. "Normally there's always a container shortage during peak season, but now additional transit time affects moving containers back to the West Coast to deliver throughout the country again.
"Rail service has reached the bottom, and it should improve as we move forward," he says.
...
"Normally, you have less demand in the first quarter of the year, with March strong, April and May slower, then the peak starting in August and lasting through October," says Yarberry.
...
"Long-term, all of these challenges are fixable and intermodal does continue to grow because of the cost advantages," says Yarberry at Pacer.
"The cycle is now longer," says ...
www.inboundlogistics.com [cached]
"The cycle is now longer," says Larry Yarberry, CFO and executive vice president of Pacer International, Concord, Calif., the world's largest buyer of rail intermodal services. "Normally there's always a container shortage during peak season, but now additional transit time affects moving containers back to the West Coast to deliver throughout the country again.
"Rail service has reached the bottom, and it should improve as we move forward," he says.
...
"Normally, you have less demand in the first quarter of the year, with March strong, April and May slower, then the peak starting in August and lasting through October," says Yarberry.
...
"Long-term, all of these challenges are fixable and intermodal does continue to grow because of the cost advantages," says Yarberry at Pacer.
"The cycle is now longer," says ...
www.inboundlogistics.com [cached]
"The cycle is now longer," says Larry Yarberry, CFO and executive vice president of Pacer International, Concord, Calif., the world's largest buyer of rail intermodal services. "Normally there's always a container shortage during peak season, but now additional transit time affects moving containers back to the West Coast to deliver throughout the country again.
"Rail service has reached the bottom, and it should improve as we move forward," he says.
...
"Normally, you have less demand in the first quarter of the year, with March strong, April and May slower, then the peak starting in August and lasting through October," says Yarberry.
...
"Long-term, all of these challenges are fixable and intermodal does continue to grow because of the cost advantages," says Yarberry at Pacer.
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