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Company Overview of All America Latina Logistica S.A.
ALL - América Latina Logística S.A. operates as a logistics company in Latin America. The company offers a range of logistics services, including domestic and international rail and trucking transportation, distribution, warehousing, container customized transportation, and intermodal door-to-door transportation. It transports agricultural commodities comprising fertilizers, corn, wheat, soybean, bran, vegetable oil, and sugar; final goods, such as construction, steel, forestry, consumption, petrochemical, fertilizers, and containers; and fuel and ethanol products. The company is also involved in terminal and storage operations of bulk and manufactured goods; and providing logistics services...
Rua Emilio Bertolini, 100
Curitiba, PR 82920-030
Founded in 1997
Key Executives for All America Latina Logistica S.A.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Financial & Investor Relations Officer
Vice President of Operations
Chief Services & Technology Officer and Vice President of Services & Technology
Chief Commercial Officer and Vice President of Agricultural Commodities
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
All America Latina Logistica S.A. Key Developments
All America Latina Logistica Reports Earnings Results for the First Quarter of 2015
May 12 15
All America Latina Logistica reported earnings results for the first quarter of 2015. For the quarter, the company reported EBITDA fell by 33.7% equivalent to BRL 31 million, mainly impacted by the increase in transportation cost due to higher mix of [indiscernible] freight and by the hiring of new service providers for rail freight, which higher tariffs than Rumo's negotiation with ALL, which caused a reduction in EBITDA margin from 45.5% to 30%. The company would have a reduction of approximately 29% in adjusted EBITDA, reaching BRL 288 million instead of BRL 255 million as reported. The net result was a loss of BRL 229 million impacted by the increase of approximately BRL 70 million in financial expenses in addition to the factors already mentioned, such as the strike in nonrecurring expenses. Net revenue recorded a 3.1% decline to approximately BRL 790 million. Growth in financial cash flow was approximately 49% or BRL 164 million due to amortization of debt principal, receivables and financial leases in a total amount of approximately BRL 140 million.
All America Latina Logistica Reports Combined and Consolidated Earnings Results for the First Quarter of 2015
May 11 15
All America Latina Logistica reported combined and consolidated earnings results for the first quarter of 2015. For the quarter, on consolidated basis, the company reported net revenue of BRL 842.7 million compared to BRL 864.8 million a year ago. Operating profit was BRL 109.4 million compared to BRL 263.3 million a year ago. EBITDA was BRL 255.2 million compared to BRL 407.3 million a year ago. Net loss was BRL 229.0 million compared to net income of BRL 7.2 million a year ago. Capex was BRL 253.8 million compared to BRL 357.2 million a year ago. Adjusting EBITDA by non-recurring expenses of the quarter totaling BRL 33.0 million referring to remaining expenses related to the conclusion of merger between Rumo and ALL, adjusted EBITDA would totaled BRL 279.2 million. Cash flow from operating activities was BRL 148.0 million compared to BRL 108.6 million a year ago. Net debt came to BRL 5.8 billion in first quarter of 2015, compared to BRL 5.3 billion in fourth quarter of 2014.
For the quarter, on combined basis, the company reported net revenue of BRL 970.1 million compared to BRL 982.4 million a year ago. EBITDA was BRL 311.5 million compared to BRL 470.9 million a year ago. Net loss was BRL 226.2 million compared to net income of BRL 27.7 million a year ago.
All America Latina Logistica S.A.(BOVESPA:ALLL3) dropped from Brazil IBOVESPA Index
Apr 6 15
All America Latina Logistica S.A. will be removed from Brazil IBOVESPA Index.
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