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Top 50 Logistics Companies
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Takeaway Takeaway: Changes Aplenty
Our 2014 list produced a few surprises, some fast movers and some new names - along with a new No. 1.
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Top 100 For-hire Carriers
Rank
2014
Rank
2013
Company
Net Revenue
(Millions)
Gross Revenue
(Millions)
Employees
1
5
UPS Supply Chain Solutions
2,860 e
5,492 e
2
2
J.B. Hunt Transport Services
2,600 e
5,224
3
1
Exel
2,550 e
4,600
26,500
4
3
Ryder Supply Chain Solutions
2,064
2,383
5
16
Expeditors International of Washington
1,883
6,080
13,900
6
6
C.H. Robinson Worldwide
1,836
12,752
11,645
7
4
Ceva Logistics
1,770
2,641
8
7
AmeriCold
1,696 e
12,000
9
26
UTi Worldwide
1,525
4,441
21,018
10
10
Schneider
1,242
3,390 e
11
11
Kuehne + Nagel Inc.
1,109 e
5,046 e
12
45
XPO Logistics 1
1,100
2,800
10,400
13
12
Genco
1,007
1,509
9,985
14
13
APL Logistics
955 e
1,600
15
14
NFI
914 e
1,091
16
18
Swift Logistics
890 e
1,091
17
17
Werner Global Logistics
832
1,138
4,580
18
8
DB Schenker USA
806 e
2,838 e
6,000
19
9
Neovia Logistics
800 e
20
19
Penske Logistics
779 e
968
10,089
21
22
Ruan
767 e
807
5,139
22
20
Menlo Worldwide
682
1,540
8,500
23
15
Cardinal Logistics Management
681 e
24
24
Jacobson Cos.
590 e
800
5,500
25
25
Ingram Micro Supply Chain Solutions
576
626
26
21
OHL
570 e
1,142
8,158
27
27
U.S. Xpress Enterprises
475
618
28
28
Kenco Logistics Services
474
510
3,800
29
30
Fidelitone Logistics
471
481
708
30
31
Fedex Supply Chain/ FedEx Trade networks
458 e
1,387 e
900
31
35
Universal Truckload Services Inc.
451
32
29
Hub Group
371
3,374
1,334
33
34
Saddle Creek Logistics Services
358
2,470
34
32
DSC Logistics
340 e
35
36
Toll Global Forwarding
297 e
1,468 e
36
37
Panalpina Inc.
291 e
1,225 e
37
42
Total Quality Logistics 2
288
1,838
2,752
38
38
Burris Logistics
256 e
39
39
Performance team
255 e
3,840
40
37
BDP International
254 e
1,900 e
41
Coyote Logistics 3
231
2,000
2,000
42
43
Preferred Freezer Services
225
275
1,800
43
47
Cowan Logistics
223
330
44
33
Landstar System
217 e
1,301 e
45
46
SCI Group
212
213
1,800
46
44
Averitt Express
189 e
326 e
47
49
Damco International
185 e
1,007 e
48
40
Agility Logistics
175 e
795 e
49
Legacy Supply Chain Services
170 e
380
50
Echo Global Logistics
155
884
1,350
Footnotes:
  1. Estimate
  2. Data for XPO Logistics are pro forma for 12 months ended June 30,2014.
  3. Data for Total Quality Logistics are for 12 months ended June 29, 2014.
  4. Data for Coyote Logistics are pro forma for 12 months ended Sept. 30, 2014.
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