Vexure reports higher revenues

April 17, 2003
Third-party logistics firm Vexure Inc. said its first quarter revenues increased 30% this year versus the same period in 2002. In the first quarter, the company said revenue topped $18 million, compared to $13 million in the same period last year. "As truck capacity tightens through the balance of the year, we expect to see continued growth," said chairman & CEO Allen Steele.
Third-party logistics firm Vexure Inc. said its first quarter revenues increased 30% this year versus the same period in 2002.

In the first quarter, the company said revenue topped $18 million, compared to $13 million in the same period last year.

"As truck capacity tightens through the balance of the year, we expect to see continued growth," said chairman & CEO Allen Steele.

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