North America’s largest trucking companies continued growth in 2022 despite a weaker freight environment
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Find out where the Top 100 For-Hire carriers are located by region; click links to view details about the company
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
|United Road Services
|Jack Cooper Holdings
|Hansen & Adkins Auto Transport
|Cassens Transport Co.
|Bennett Family of Companies
|McCollister's Global Services
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 revenue is for 2019.
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While mergers and acquisitions alter the business landscape, top for-hire carriers grew revenues across segments in 2022
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Yellow Corp.’s shutdown has opened the door for Estes Express Lines, Pitt Ohio and more to make greater inroads in the Buffalo, N.Y., Niagara region.
Fleets are looking more to social media platforms to increase brand awareness, reach new customers and, increasingly, find new employees.
Knight-Swift Transportation Holdings Inc. extended its winning streak in auctions of former Yellow Corp. terminals, strengthening its less-than-truckload operations.February 14, 2024
Profits at Ryder System Inc. fell 39.8% in the fourth quarter of 2023 as weak freight conditions again sapped strength from used vehicle sales prices and rental activity, it said Feb. 14.February 14, 2024
Less-than-truckload carrier XPO Inc. is working to reduce its leverage after it purchased assets from Yellow Corp. and might consider buying back some of its debt at par, its finance chief said.
TFI International’s truckload operations could be merged with a competitor to divide the Montreal-based company into two publicly traded entities, likely in 2025, its CEO said Feb. 9.February 9, 2024
Profits at TFI International in the fourth quarter fell 14.4% compared with the same period a year earlier, as acquisitions softened the impact of a weak freight environment.February 9, 2024
Forward Air CEO Tom Schmitt exited the company days after finally completing the carrier’s at-times contentious merger with Omni Logistics.February 8, 2024
LAS VEGAS — Artificial intelligence promises to unlock greater efficiency in the freight transportation industry, but implementing AI functions is not without its challenges.
ArcBest Corp. experienced a 30.7% increase in earnings despite a decline in revenue during the fourth quarter of 2023, the company reported Feb. 6.