face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>A Few Reasons to Own
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face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>Potential
opportunity to get in at the beginning.
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face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>This past July
25th, JLWT successfully completed a reverse merger, and opened
for trading as a publicly traded company.
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face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>JLWT is a 27 year
old company, with 70 employees, of which half of them have
been with JLWT for 15 years or more.
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face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>JLWT has averaged
$50 million in sales over the past three fiscal years, and is
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face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>JLWT handles
approximately 25,000 shipments annually for their
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face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>JLWTs largest
clients include Blue Chip names such as, Colgate Palmolive,
Ralph Lauren, Nicole Miller, ConAir Corp. and many
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face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>JLWT projects gross
revenues for fiscal 2003(which begins October 1,2002) of $80
Million Dollars will be significantly greater than projected
revenues for fiscal
the parent of the Company-owned headquarters and branch offices,
operating collectively under the name "The Janel Group." Since its
founding in 1974, JLWT and its predecessors have provided integrated
logistics services for importers and exporters representing diverse
primarily engaged in full-service cargo transportation logistics
management, including freight forwarding - via air, ocean and
land-based carriers - customs brokerage, warehousing and
distribution, and other related transportation services. JLWT will
continue to conduct its business from its headquarters and warehouse
facilities in Jamaica, New York (adjacent to JFK International
Airport) and from its branch offices in Lynbrook, New York
(accounting and administrative); Chicago, Illinois; Atlanta,
Georgia; and Los Angeles, California. In addition, Janel has agent
relationships with independently owned offices in Miami, Florida;
Shanghai and Hong Kong, China; and Bangkok,
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size=2>JLWT has developed a business plan and a
strategy to grow its revenues and profitability through its fiscal
year ending September 30, 2003. JLWT's strategy
includes plans to: open additional branch offices both domestically
and in Southeast Asia; introduce additional revenue streams for its
existing headquarters and branch locations; proceed with
negotiations and due diligence with privately held
transportation-related firms which may ultimately lead to their
acquisition by the company; expand its existing sales force by
hiring additional commission-only sales representatives with
established customer bases; increase its focus on growing revenues
related to export activities; begin work within the next six months
on a substantial telecom transportation project to Southeast Asia
for which JLWT has been designated as the exclusive
freight forwarder; evaluate direct entry into the trucking and
warehouse distribution business as a complement to the services
already provided to existing customers; and continue its reduction
of current and prospective overhead and operating expenses,
particularly with regard to the efficient integration of any
additional offices or acquisitions. Assuming successful
execution of substantial elements of its growth strategy, JLWT
projects that gross revenues for fiscal 2003 (which may approximate
$80 million) will be significantly greater than projected gross
revenues for fiscal 2002.
This past July 25th, JLWT
successfully completed a reverse merger, and opened for trading as a
publicly traded company. This 27 year old business
which has averaged about $50 million in annual
sales over each of the past three years might very well
have gone public via a traditional IPO with a major Wall Street
brokerage firm in a better market environment.
While most investors have lost substantial amounts
of capital over the last three years, investors in shares of
Expeditors (NASDAQ: EXPD) have been treated to a
first class seat.
This stock was trading at $6 in late 1998, and today
trades in the $25 range. As investment dollars have swung back to
old economy stocks, Expeditors shares have risen
400%. However, the company's sales have not risen
400%. Money has simply flowed into the safe
haven of this sector. JLWT competes in the same business.
The market could run in the trillion dollar annual
JLWT has achieved $31
million in revenues through the first nine months of
fiscal 2002 (end of June). Revenues were down slightly from 2001 as
a result of 911, but profits and profit margins were up. The company
reported a profit of $64,350. These results were
generated as a private company, and as such investors can assume tax
minimization strategies were inherent in these numbers. As a public
company, earnings per share should become the focus.
greatest quest of all investors is to get in at the beginning. The
merger was completed at the end of July, and Janel put out its first
formal substantive press release yesterday since becoming a public
company (earnings release).
Based on SEC
filings, Janel has averaged $50 million in sales
over the past three fiscal years. With the sector average at 1.67
times sales, one could assume the stock could trade with an
$81 million market capitalization.
in JLWTs growth strategy, going forward, JLWT projects fiscal 2003
revenues of $ 80 Million Dollars (which begins this October 1). If
we were to assume JLWT hitting their revenue target, and trading at
1 times revenues, whereby the sector currently trades at 1.67 times
revenues, then based on 15 million shares outstanding this would
equate to a stock price of $5.33 per share (which is more than a
100% increase from current levels).
best quoted by JLWTs CEO in their most recent
press release "Clearly we believe that there are substantial
opportunities available for Janel World Trade to move ahead. The
company is led by a stable, highly experienced and motivated
management team that has produced a track record of growth over the
past 27 years. We are committed to continuing as we have begun and
are very enthusiastic over the prospects we see for the company
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