June 2022 Financials | Episode 107

June 2022 made for the third tough month in a row for financials. With that being said, I am a bit more optimistic about July than I was about May or June. We also have a pretty exciting development that we are going to talk about. Listen to the episode and Craig and I will talk all about it.

What To Expect From Episode 107

There is a lot going on in June’s numbers that are not really apparent just by looking at the raw data. This is a good episode to listen to so you get a full picture. For starters, we had two new trucks come online in June and that impacted the numbers in several ways.

  • Total miles ran – 64,759 (More than the last several months, because we had two new trucks run part of the month, but we also had a couple of drivers take a bit more time off than normal, summer vacations)
  • Deadhead miles – 4,102 (6.3%, creeping up a bit)
  • Total revenue – $142,631.51 (about the same as last month, but that includes about $22k in revenue from trucks 6 & 7)
  • All-in rate-per-mile – $2.20 (Lowest it has been in a long time, so far July is feeling a little bit better, but that is just what my gut is saying, we will see the truth when the numbers come out)

Haulin Assets realized a profit of $7,207.19.

Profit & Loss Sheet

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