Top 100 For-Hire | Less-Than-Truckload | Truckload/Dedicated | Intermodal/Drayage | Motor Vehicle/Driveaway | Tank/Bulk
Air/Expedited | Refrigerated | Flatbed/Heavy Specialized | Package/Courier | Household Goods/Commercial | Mail
Top Motor Vehicle/Driveaway Carriers
|1||United Road Services||713,000
|2||Jack Cooper Holdings||507,000
|3||Hansen & Adkins Auto Transport||283,137
|4||Cassens Transport Co.||182,100
|5||Bennett Family of Companies||113,200|
|6||McCollister's Global Services||31,000|
Top For-Hire Carriers on this list are common and contract freight carriers operating in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Companies are ranked on the basis of annual revenue. To be included in the Top 100 or any of the sectors, please send contact information to email@example.com. We will contact you via phone or e-mail to get information about your company prior to publication of the next Top 100 list.
United Road Services and Hansen & Adkins Auto Transport are for 2019.
Jack Cooper Holdings revenue is estimated by SJ Consulting Group for 2019.
Cassens Transport Co. revenue is for 2020.
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