4. DHL Supply Chain

Data through December 31, 2016


Westerville, Ohio


Deutsche Post DHL, Bonn, Germany


Scott Sureddin, CEO, North America

Gross Revenue

$4,200,000,000 est

Net Revenue

$2,310,000,000 est

Top 50 Logistics Rankings

1 XPO Logistics Inc.
2 J.B. Hunt Transport Services
3 UPS Supply Chain Solutions
4 DHL Supply Chain
5 C.H. Robinson Worldwide
6 Expeditors International of Washington
7 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions
8 Americold Logistics
9 FedEx Corp.
10 Ceva Logistics
11 Kuehne + Nagel Inc.
12 Penske Logistics
12 Geodis
14 NFI
15 Swift Transportation
16 Schneider
16 APL Logistics
18 DB Schenker USA
19 Cardinal Logistics Holdings
20 Lineage Logistics
20 Syncreon Holdings
22 Werner Global Logistics
23 Radial
24 Neovia Logistics
25 Ruan
26 Kenco Group
27 Total Quality Logistics
28 Hub Group
29 U.S. Xpress Inc.
30 Saddle Creek Logistics Services
31 DSV Americas
32 DSC Logistics
33 Panalpina Inc.
34 Ingram Micro Commerce & Fulfillment Solutions
35 TransGroup Global Logistics
36 Universal Logistics Holdings Inc.
37 Black Horse Carriers Inc.
38 Performance Team
39 Echo Global Logistics
40 BDP International
41 Worldwide Express Global Logistics
42 Preferred Freezer Services
43 Toll Global Forwarding
44 Burris Logistics
45 Landstar System
46 Estenson Logistics
47 Cowan Logistics
48 Fidelitone
49 Transplace
50 Odyssey Logistics & Technology

Ranking reflects previous year's data.



Freight Brokerage
Ocean Freight

Key Customers

7-Eleven, Bayer, Bristol Myers Squibb, Chrysler, Coty, Energizer, Ford Motor Co., General Electric, Hershey, International Paper, PepsiCo, The Home Depot, Novartis, Volkswagen, Zimmer

Industry Expertise

Aerospace and Defense
Building Products
Consumer Packaged Goods
Computers and Electronics
Durable Goods
Industrial and Manufacturing
Fashion and Apparel
Food and Beverage
Forest and Paper Products
Health Care
Office Equipment
Oil and Gas
Rubber and Plastic Products

From This Company

Top 50 News
Third-party logistics firms capitalized on stronger demand to transport freight this summer but spent more to purchase trucks, resulting in what Wall Street analysts predict will be a mixed-earnings season.
Universal Logistics Holdings Inc. expects revenue to grow about 10% in the third quarter when earnings are released after the market closes Oct. 26.
Cardinal Logistics Management Corp. will lay off 69 employees in Salem, Va., on Dec. 2 because of the “unexpected termination of a major business contract,” according to a filing with the state. Most of the 69 are truck drivers.