Contrans Group Inc. Reports Steady Improvement

(TSX:CSS)

WOODSTOCK, ON, Aug. 5 /CNW/ -

    
    FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS

    (in millions except for       -------------------------------------------
     per share amounts)                            Three Months
    For the periods ended June 30           2010                  2009
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    Revenue - as stated           $   101.0             $    87.4
            - fuel surcharges(1)       (9.9)                 (6.0)
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    Revenue - transportation
               services(1)             91.1     100.0%       81.4    100.0%
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    Operating expenses - net of
     fuel surcharges                   69.7      76.5        63.7      78.3
    Selling, general and
     administration expenses            8.9       9.8         7.5       9.2
    Foreign exchange gain              (0.3)     (0.3)       (1.8)     (2.2)
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    Earnings before amortization,
     interest and income taxes         12.8      14.0        12.0      14.7
    Amortization of property and
     equipment                          3.1       3.4         3.1       3.8
    Amortization of intangible
     assets                             1.0       1.1         1.0       1.2
    Net interest expense                1.4       1.5         1.4       1.7
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    Earnings before income taxes        7.3       8.0         6.5       8.0
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    Income tax provision (recovery):
      Current                           1.0       1.1         2.1       2.6
      Future                            1.1       1.2        (1.8)     (2.2)
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                                        2.1       2.3         0.3       0.4
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    Net earnings                  $     5.2       5.7%  $     6.2       7.6%
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    Earnings per share - basic
     and diluted                  $    0.16             $    0.20
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    (in millions except for       -------------------------------------------
     per share amounts)                             Six Months
    For the periods ended June 30           2010                  2009
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    Revenue - as stated           $   194.8             $   175.4
            - fuel surcharges(1)      (19.2)                (13.1)
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    Revenue - transportation
               services(1)            175.6     100.0%      162.3     100.0%
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    Operating expenses - net of
     fuel surcharges                  135.5      77.1       127.6      78.6
    Selling, general and
     administration expenses           17.0       9.7        16.7      10.3
    Foreign exchange gain              (0.2)     (0.1)       (0.6)     (0.4)
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    Earnings before amortization,
     interest and income taxes         23.3      13.3        18.6      11.5
    Amortization of property and
     equipment                          6.2       3.5         6.1       3.8
    Amortization of intangible
     assets                             1.9       1.1         1.9       1.2
    Net interest expense                2.9       1.7         2.8       1.7
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    Earnings before income taxes       12.3       7.0         7.8       4.8
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    Income tax provision (recovery)
      Current                           4.8       2.7         1.9       1.2
      Future                           (1.1)     (0.6)       (1.8)     (1.1)
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                                        3.7       2.1         0.1       0.1
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    Net earnings                  $     8.6       4.9%  $     7.7       4.7%
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    Earnings per share - basic
     and diluted                  $    0.28             $    0.26
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    (1) See "Use of non-GAAP Financial Measures" below.
    

"Contrans' steady improvement in year over year operating results continued in the second quarter," stated Contrans' Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Stan Dunford. "Although revenue has not yet returned to pre-recession levels, aggressive sales efforts produced new business and contributed to an 11% increase in quarter over quarter revenue, net of fuel surcharges. In addition, improved equipment utilization and ongoing cost rationalization have helped to substantially restore our profit margins. Profit, measured as a percentage of revenue, has always been the key measure of success at Contrans. I am very proud of the efforts that have been made throughout the organization that have contributed to this accomplishment."

"In response to anticipated growth opportunities and favourable market conditions, Contrans raised $53 million in a bought deal that closed on June 2, 2010," added Mr. Dunford. "These funds bolstered a balance sheet that was already very strong. I am excited about the Company's prospects to make strategic acquisitions and the potential for delivering greater long-term value to our shareholders."

MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS

On December 1, 2009, under a plan of arrangement, Contrans Income Fund ("the Fund") was effectively converted into a corporation, Contrans Group Inc. ("the Group"). This conversion was recorded using the continuity of interest method of accounting. Accordingly, the consolidated financial statements contained in this interim report, which have been prepared in accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles ("GAAP") and reported in Canadian funds, detail the performance and financial position of the Group and the Fund for the periods ended June 30, 2010 and 2009 as if the Group had always carried on the business carried on by the Fund. Accordingly, the use of "Contrans" hereafter is intended to be understood as a reference to the business carried on by the Fund and, after December 1, 2009, by the Group. The financial statements should be read in conjunction with the analysis that follows and the cautionary notes regarding use of non-GAAP measures and forward-looking statements.

RESULTS FROM OPERATIONS

Contrans revenue from transportation services ("revenue") has increased in 2010 compared to 2009 for both the second quarter ("2010 Q2" and "2009 Q2" respectively) and for the first six months. Contrans' customers in the construction and steel industries have experienced the strongest growth compared to 2009. In addition, new customers generated approximately $3.3 million of revenue in Q2 2010 ($5.1 million year-to-date). The acquisition of Truboy Freight International Inc. in the first quarter of 2010 generated revenue of $0.7 million in 2010 Q2 ($1.2 million year-to-date). Fuel surcharge revenue increased in 2010 Q2 compared to 2009 Q2 due to higher fuel prices and increased volumes. Revenue from the Company's bulk salt business, however, was $0.5 million lower in 2010 Q2 ($4.5 million lower year-to date) due to milder winter weather in 2010 compared to 2009.

Contrans' rationalization of company tractors in 2009 has continued to favourably affect equipment utilization and accordingly has reduced operating expenses measured as a percentage of revenue. In addition, operating margins have benefited from a slight easing of pricing pressures in 2010 compared to 2009. These positive effects have been partially offset by a $0.5 million increase in accident claim costs in 2010 Q2 compared to 2009 Q2 ($0.9 million increase year-to-date).

SG&A expenses have increased in 2010 primarily due to the cancellation of the salary and wage roll-back program and due to the reinstatement of management bonuses in 2010. In 2009, salaries and wages were rolled back and management bonuses were eliminated as part of Company-wide cost savings initiatives in response to the poor business climate at the time. Management continues to monitor staff levels and to scrutinise discretionary spending.

Contrans generates more US dollar revenue than US dollar expenses. Management manages the risk of fluctuating values of the Canadian dollar against the US dollar by entering into forward foreign exchange contracts when deemed appropriate. Contrans does not have any open foreign exchange contracts currently. In 2009 Q2, mark-to-market adjustments to Contrans' open foreign exchange contracts were primarily responsible for a foreign exchange gain of $1.8 million (2009 - $0.6 million gain year-to-date).

Contrans completed a public offering of its Class A subordinate voting shares on June 2, 2010. This provided net cash proceeds of $53.5 million to the Company. Net debt levels were significantly reduced accordingly. Interest rates on secure, highly liquid, short-term investments have remained low in 2010. Net interest expense has not materially changed in 2010 Q2 compared to 2009 Q2 as a result.

USE OF NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES

Management has included certain non-GAAP measures to supplement its consolidated financial statements which are presented in accordance with Canadian GAAP. Non-GAAP measures do not have any standardized meaning prescribed under Canadian GAAP and therefore they are unlikely to be comparable to similar measures employed by other issuers. The data is intended to provide additional information and should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for measures of performance prepared in accordance with Canadian GAAP. Management has included these non-GAAP measures for the reasons set forth below.

Revenue - transportation services, revenue - fuel surcharges:

Management believes that it is important to isolate the effects of fuel surcharges, a volatile source of revenue, when analyzing operating results. Management regards revenue from transportation services as the relevant indicator of business level activity. Accordingly, the percentages in the Financial Highlights table were calculated using revenue from transportation services as a base. In addition, operating expenses are stated after netting fuel surcharges against fuel expenses in the Financial Highlights table. Management believes that this presentation facilitates a better comparison of operating costs between periods.

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

This report contains certain forward-looking statements that involve a number of risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements relate to future events or future performance and include, but are not limited to, changes in government regulations regarding weights and dimensions of highway equipment, the age and condition of the transportation fleet and the growth of Contrans' business. Often, but not always, forward-looking statements can be identified by terminology such as "may", "will", "should", "expect", "plan", "anticipate", "believe", "estimate", "predict", "potential", "continue" or the negative of these terms or other comparable terminology. Such statements reflect the current views and estimates of management of Contrans with respect to future events, as of the date such statements are made, and they involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties which may cause actual events or results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by forward-looking statements. In evaluating these statements, readers should specifically consider factors such as the risks outlined under "Risk Factors" in Contrans' Annual Information Form, which is available at www.sedar.com. Although management has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual events, actions or results to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause such events, actions or results to differ. Management is under no obligation (and expressly disclaims any such obligation) to update or alter any forward-looking statements or assumption whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law.

    
    CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF EARNINGS AND COMPREHENSIVE INCOME

    (in thousands except for per share amounts)
    (unaudited)
                                  -------------------------------------------
                                      Three Months           Six Months
    For the periods ended June 30    2010       2009       2010       2009
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    Revenue                       $ 100,961  $  87,433  $ 194,753  $ 175,393
    Operating expenses               79,649     69,860    154,698    140,786
    Selling, general and
     administration expenses          8,841      7,474     16,987     16,680
    Foreign exchange gain              (309)    (1,773)      (193)      (615)
    Amortization of property
     and equipment                    3,096      3,039      6,150      6,077
    Amortization of intangible
     assets                             966        941      1,915      1,885
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                                      8,718      7,892     15,196     10,580
    Net interest expense (income)
      - long-term                     1,480      1,451      2,968      2,916
      - short-term                      (68)       (31)      (103)      (110)
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    Earnings before Income Taxes      7,306      6,472     12,331      7,774
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    Income Tax Provision (Recovery):
      Current                         1,052      2,130      4,811      1,948
      Future                          1,045     (1,768)    (1,128)    (1,831)
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                                      2,097        362      3,683        117
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    Net Earnings and
     Comprehensive Income         $   5,209  $   6,110  $   8,648  $   7,657
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    Earnings per share - basic
     and diluted                  $    0.16  $    0.20  $    0.28  $    0.26
    Weighted average number of
     shares outstanding - basic
     and diluted                     31,739     29,937     30,843     29,857
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    CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF RETAINED EARNINGS (DEFICIT)

    (in thousands)
    (unaudited)                   -------------------------------------------
                                      Three Months           Six Months
    For the periods ended June 30    2010       2009       2010       2009
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    Retained Earnings (Deficit) -
     Beginning of Period          $   2,961  $  (4,221) $    (478) $     435
    Net earnings                      5,209      6,110      8,648      7,657
    Dividend declared                (2,395)         -     (2,395)    (6,203)
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    Retained Earnings - End of
     Period                       $   5,775  $   1,889  $   5,775  $   1,889
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    The accompanying notes are an integral part of these statements.



    CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS

    (in thousands)
                                                  ---------------------------
                                                      June 30    December 31
    As at                                              2010         2009
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    Assets                                          (unaudited)   (audited)
    Current Assets
      Cash and cash equivalents                    $    85,402   $    30,193
      Accounts receivable                               48,717        48,909
      Income taxes recoverable                               -           495
      Other current assets                               5,737         5,089
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                                                       139,856        84,686
    Restricted Cash (Note 5)                             7,375         7,375
    Note Receivable                                         27            88
    Property and Equipment                             105,258       104,381
    Intangible Assets                                   13,580        15,135
    Goodwill                                            63,815        63,764
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                                                   $   329,911   $   275,429
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    Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity
    Current Liabilities
      Accounts payable and accrued liabilities     $    27,261   $    32,057
      Distributions payable                                  -         4,491
      Income taxes payable                               4,424             -
      Current portion of capital lease obligations       2,011         1,921
      Current portion of long-term debt                    734           339
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                                                        34,430        38,808
    Capital Lease Obligations                            6,527         6,978
    Long-term Debt                                      85,920        85,193
    Asset Retirement Obligations                           674           720
    Future Income Taxes                                 12,702        14,531
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                                                       140,253       146,230
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    Shareholders' Equity (Note 3)
      Contributed surplus                                  961           961
      Share capital                                    182,922       128,716
      Retained earnings (deficit)                        5,775          (478)
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                                                       189,658       129,199
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                                                   $   329,911   $   275,429
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    Subsequent Event (Note 9)
    The accompanying notes are an integral part of these statements.

    Signed on behalf of the Board of Directors

        Stan G. Dunford, Director        Archie M. Leach, C.A., Director



    CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOW

    (in thousands)
    (unaudited)
                                  -------------------------------------------
                                      Three Months           Six Months
    For the periods ended June 30    2010       2009       2010       2009
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    Cash Provided by (Used in):
    Operating Activities
    Net earnings                  $   5,209  $   6,110  $   8,648  $   7,657
    Items not affecting cash:
      Change in unrealized loss
       (gain) on foreign exchange        27     (3,310)         7     (3,825)
      Unit-based compensation
       expense                            -         (7)         -         43
      Long-term debt - accretion         20         19         40         39
      Gain on sale of business units      -          -          -        (23)
      Fair value adjustment of notes
       receivable                         -        257          -        257
      Asset retirement obligations -
       accretion                          7         10         14         20
      Amortization of property and
       equipment                      3,096      3,039      6,150      6,077
      Amortization of intangible
       assets                           966        941      1,915      1,885
      Future income taxes             1,045     (1,768)    (1,128)    (1,831)
      Loss (gain) on sale of
       equipment                         61         16        (25)      (327)
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                                     10,431      5,307     15,621      9,972
    Change in non-cash working
     capital (Note 6)                (2,315)      (605)     1,789      6,050
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                                      8,116      4,702     17,410     16,022
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    Investing Activities
      Expended on acquisitions
       (Note 2)                           -          -       (466)    (3,000)
      Asset retirement
       obligations -  settlements       (29)        (2)       (90)       (58)
      Proceeds from disposal of
       business unit                      -         21          -        121
      Proceeds from note receivable      30          -         61          -
      Proceeds from sale of
       equipment                        644      1,325      1,141      2,507
      Purchase of property and
       equipment                     (4,648)    (2,468)    (8,905)    (5,296)
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                                     (4,003)    (1,124)    (8,259)    (5,726)
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    Financing Activities
      Dividends paid                 (2,395)         -     (6,886)    (9,290)
      Proceeds from restricted cash       -          -          -      3,000
      Proceeds from long-term debt      754         32        872        126
      Repayment of long-term debt      (166)       (85)      (363)      (354)
      Payment of capital lease
       obligations                     (504)      (478)    (1,070)      (882)
      Net proceeds from issuance
       of shares/trust units
       (Note 3)                      53,505          -     53,505      1,531
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                                     51,194       (531)    46,058     (5,869)
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    Increase in Cash and Cash
     Equivalents                     55,307      3,047     55,209      4,427
    Cash and Cash Equivalents -
     Beginning of Period             30,095     19,831     30,193     18,451
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    Cash and Cash Equivalents -
     End of Period                $  85,402  $  22,878  $  85,402  $  22,878
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    The accompanying notes are an integral part of these statements.



    NOTES TO THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

    For the periods ended June 30, 2010 and 2009
    (Unaudited, tabular amounts in thousands)
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    1.  Basis of Presentation

    These unaudited consolidated financial statements have been prepared in
    accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles
    ("GAAP") for interim financial statements using the same accounting
    policies as were applied in the audited consolidated financial statements
    for the year ended December 31, 2009. These interim financial statements
    do not conform in all respects with disclosure required for annual
    financial statements and should be read in conjunction with the audited
    consolidated financial statements of Contrans for the year ended
    December 31, 2009.

        a) Continuity of interest

    On December 1, 2009, under a plan of arrangement, Contrans Income Fund
    ("the Fund") was effectively converted into a corporation, Contrans Group
    Inc. ("the Group"). This conversion was recorded using the continuity of
    interest method of accounting. Accordingly, the consolidated financial
    statements contained in this interim report, which have been prepared in
    accordance with Canadian GAAP and reported in Canadian funds, detail the
    performance and financial position of the Group and the Fund for the
    periods ended June 30, 2010 and 2009 as if the Group had always carried
    on the business carried on by the Fund.

    2.  Acquisition

    Period ended June 30, 2010                              Truboy
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    Property and equipment                               $     712
    Intangible assets
      Customer relationships                                   160
      Non-competition agreements                               200
    Goodwill                                                    51
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    Fair value of assets acquired                            1,123
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    Accounts payable and accrued liabilities                     5
    Capital leases assumed on acquisition                       79
    Debt assumed on acquisition                                573
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    Fair value of liabilities assumed                          657
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                                                         $     466
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    Consideration
    Cash                                                 $     466
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                                   % Shares
    Entity acquired    Date        Acquired          Province   Service Area
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    Truboy Freight
     International
     Inc. ("Truboy")   29-Jan-10   Assets acquired   Ontario    Flatbed
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    This acquisition has been accounted for using the purchase method. The
    results of operations from the acquisition date have been included in
    these consolidated financial statements. An additional $0.5 million of
    consideration is payable contingent upon the achievement of certain
    financial objectives. If earned, the contingent consideration will be
    payable in three annual instalments and will be recorded as an increase
    to goodwill.

    3.  Shareholders' Equity

                                 Contributed   Share     Retained
                                   Surplus    Capital    Earnings    Total
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    Balance at December 31, 2009  $     961  $ 128,716  $    (478) $ 129,199
    Issue of share capital(a)             -     54,206          -     54,206
    Net earnings                          -          -      8,648      8,648
    Dividends declared(1)                 -          -     (2,395)    (2,395)
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    Balance at June 30, 2010      $     961  $ 182,922  $   5,775  $ 189,658
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    (1) A dividend of $0.08 per share was paid on May 14, 2010 to
        shareholders of record as at April 30, 2010.

        a) Issue of share capital

    On June 2, 2010 Contrans issued 5,856,800 Class A Subordinate Voting
    Shares, for cash, at a price of $9.60 per share. The total number of
    Class A Subordinate Voting Shares in issue at June 30, 2010 was
    34,326,474.

    Proceeds from issue of share capital
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Gross proceeds                           $  56,225
    Costs of issue                              (2,720)
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    Net cash proceeds                           53,505
    Future tax benefit on costs of issue           701
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    Increase in equity                       $  54,206
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        b) Normal course issuer bid

    On April 20, 2010, Contrans received regulatory approval to proceed with
    a normal course issuer bid to purchase certain of its outstanding Class A
    Subordinate Voting Shares to a maximum of 2,349,446 shares. The bid
    commenced on April 22, 2010 and expires on April 21, 2011. Class A shares
    purchased pursuant to the bid will be cancelled. There were no
    repurchases of shares in the period to June 30, 2010.

    4.  Financial Instruments

    Risk management

    Contrans is exposed to credit risk, foreign exchange risk, interest rate
    risk and liquidity risk from its financial assets and liabilities. Risk
    management strategies are designed to ensure Contrans' risks and related
    exposures are consistent with its business objectives and risk tolerance.
    There have been no significant changes to Contrans' risk management
    strategies since December 31, 2009.

    5.  Restricted Cash

    Under the terms of Contrans' long-term debt facility, restricted cash may
    only be used to repay senior secured notes and to fund growth
    opportunities.

    6.  Cash Flow

    Change in non-cash working capital:

                                  -------------------------------------------
                                      Three Months           Six Months
    For the periods ended June 30    2010       2009       2010       2009
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    Decrease (increase) in
     accounts receivable            ($1,530)     ($124)      $192     $6,898
    Decrease (increase) in
     other current assets               210        191       (648)       (99)
    Decrease in accounts payable
     and accrued liabilities         (2,094)    (2,916)    (2,674)    (2,467)
    Increase in income taxes
     payable                          1,099      2,244      4,919      1,718
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    Net change in non-cash
     working capital                ($2,315)     ($605)    $1,789     $6,050
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    Cash paid (received) in
     respect of:
      Interest paid                  $1,417     $1,458     $2,881     $2,916
      Interest received                (68)        (37)      (103)      (135)
      Income taxes - net                212       (153)       125        288

    Non-cash transactions:
      Value of equipment financed
       through capital leases             -          -        702          -
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    7.  Seasonality

    Generally the second quarter is Contrans' strongest period. Volumes from
    customers in the construction industry typically increase as temperatures
    warm in the spring, peak in the fall and then decline with the onset of
    winter weather. Some manufacturing customers close their plants during
    the summer and many customers either shut down their production
    facilities or otherwise reduce shipments during the Christmas holiday
    season.

    8.  Future Accounting Changes

    International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS")

    In February 2008 the Canadian Accounting Standards Board ("AcSB")
    announced that publicly-listed companies would, for fiscal years
    beginning on or after January 1, 2011, be required to report their
    results under IFRS. IFRS allows for different accounting treatments on
    first implementation. Contrans has completed its initial assessment of
    the possible impacts of implementing IFRS and the standards which may
    have the most significant impact on Contrans, upon first adoption of IFRS
    include IAS 16 - Property, Plant and Equipment, IAS 36 - Impairment of
    Assets, and IFRS 1 - First-time Adoption of International Financial
    Reporting Standards. The adoption of IFRS will require restatement of
    Contrans' consolidated financial statements for comparative purposes for
    its year ended December 31, 2010 and of the opening balance sheet as at
    January 1, 2010.

    9.  Subsequent Event

    Dividend

    On July 19, 2010 Contrans announced a dividend of $0.08 per share
    ($2.9 million in total) to be paid on August 13, 2010 to shareholders of
    record at July 31, 2010.

    10. Comparative Figures

    Certain comparative figures have been restated to conform to the current
    period's basis of presentation.
    

SOURCE Contrans Group Inc.

For further information: For further information: Stan G. Dunford, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, or Gregory W. Rumble, President and Chief Operating Officer, Phone: 519-421-4600, E-mail: info@contrans.ca, Web site: www.contrans.ca

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