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February 11, 2014
08:10 EDTDFDean Foods sees Q1 adjusted EPS about breakeven, consensus 28c
"We expect the first half of 2014 to be particularly difficult as we battle the RFP driven volume losses and the associated margin pressures we experienced primarily late in the second quarter and early third quarter of 2013. We will not fully lap these impacts until the second half of the year, which will make for a very tough first half comparison, particularly in Q1. We expect our first quarter will be our most difficult quarter of this year as we chase the current all-time high Class I commodity environment, overlap the full brunt of the RFP driven volume losses and margin pressures, and continue to work through the transitory costs associated with our accelerated plant closure agenda. All in, we expect first quarter adjusted diluted earnings per share to be approximately break-even with 3c of potential risk or benefit implied. We expect our performance to improve throughout the year as we adjust to offset inflation, volume from new business flows into the system and our cost reduction initiatives continue to gain momentum."
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March 25, 2015
06:04 EDTDFClean Energy agrees with Dean Foods to construct natural gas station
Clean Energy (CLNE) announced an agreement with Dean Foods (DF) to construct a compressed natural gas station at its Oak Farms Dairy plant in Houston, Texas. Beginning in the second half of 2015, the station will be used to fuel the CNG vehicles deployed by Dean Foods. Over the next several months, Dean Foods will introduce 57 CNG Freightliner M2-112 straight trucks and 7 Freightliner Cascadia over-the-road tractors powered by the Cummins ISL-G and ISX12-G engines, respectively and outfitted with Agility CNG fuel tanks.

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