The stock of Kansas City Southern (NYSE:KSU) closed at $108.99 losing 0.14% in yesterday’s trading session. Kansas City Southern on Friday proceeded to unveil the financial results for fourth quarter and full-year 2017.And the announcement was made shortly before the New York Stock Exchange opened its trading.
The other thing is that KCS has settled on Friday as the day to make its fourth quarter and full-year 2017 earnings conference call. The company has also proceeded to invite all the interested parties and shareholders as well to participate via telephone or live webcast.
The KCS spokesperson said, “A replay of the presentation will be available by calling (877) 481-4010 (U.S. and Canada) or (919) 882-2331 (International) and entering conference ID 10440. The webcast replay and presentation materials will be archived on the company’s website.”
KCS has its headquarters in Kansas City and has over the years rendered services as transportation holding company .It boasts of having in place railroad investments in Panama, Mexico and the U.S.
The Kansas City Southern Railway is the company’s primary U.S. holding and has over the years offered services in central and south central U.S.
There have been a series of developments in the recent times geared towards increasing efficiency in service delivery. It has been a rather costly affair doing the revamping as well as the additional developments.
However, it hasn’t been in vain according to one of the top executives working with the company who believes pretty much has been achieved. He went further to add that the company was expecting to accumulate higher revenues in the near future.
The provision of passenger and ocean-to-ocean freight services along the Panama Canal has presented its own challenges along the way. However, the best part about it all is the fact that the management has been quick every time to jump in the scene in time and save the day.
It goes without saying that KCS’ North American strategic alliances and rail holdings are some of the major components of the railway network. It is the way that the various industrial and commercial centers are connected on the U.S., Canada and Mexico.