2022 Essential Revenue and Operating Information for the 50 Largest Global Freight Companies

Up Front

Supply chain disruptions may be easing, but freight volumes continue to stir anxiety in shippers.

Non-asset based companies join the field in this year’s Global Freight Top 50 list.

Get a continent-by-continent and country-by-country look at where the Top 50 Global Freight Companies are based.

Rankings

Rank This Year Rank Last Year Company Headquarters Freight Revenue (Millions) Total Revenue (Millions) Freight Revenue Share
1 1 UPS Inc. USA $97,287 $97,287 100%
2 2 FedEx Corp. USA $92,110 $92,110 100%
3 6 Deutsche Post DHL Germany $77,050 $101,697 75.8%
4 United States Postal Service USA $77,040 $77,040 100%
5 4 Maersk Denmark $60,439 $61,787 97.8%
6 8 CMA CGM France $56,193 $56,193 100%
7 7 COSCO Shipping Group China $51,722 $51,722 100%
8 Kuehne + Nagel International Switzerland $40,147 $40,147 100%
9 17 Deutsche Bahn Group Germany $33,027 $52,624 62.8%
10 5 Mediterranean Shipping Co. Switzerland $32,399 $32,399 100%
11 3 China State Railway Group China $32,089 $166,355 19.3%
12 9 SF Express China $29,644 $29,644 100%
13 DSV A/S Denmark $28,983 $28,983 100%
14 10 Russian Railways Russia $27,536 $33,073 83.3%
15 14 Hapag-Lloyd Germany $26,339 $26,339 100%
16 11 BNSF Railway USA $23,282 $23,282 100%
17 C.H. Robinson USA $22,047 $23,102 95.4%
18 12 Union Pacific Railroad USA $21,804 $21,804 100%
19 Sinotrans China $19,273 $19,273 100%
20 16 GeoPost/DPDgroup France $17,262 $17,262 100%
21 26 Evergreen Marine Corp. Taiwan $17,031 $17,522 97.2%
22 Expeditors International USA $16,524 $16,524 100%
23 13 Indian Railways India $15,229 $17,235 88.4%
24 22 NYK Group Japan $13,862 $15,192 91.2%
25 SNCF Group France $12,896 $41,094 31.4%
26 24 XPO Logistics USA $12,806 $12,806 100%
27 18 CSX Corp. USA $12,522 $12,522 100%
28 25 J.B. Hunt Transport Services USA $12,168 $12,168 100%
29 29 HMM Co. South Korea $12,048 $12,048 100%
30 21 SG Holdings Japan $11,616 $11,948 97.2%
31 19 Canadian National Railway Canada $11,547 $11,547 100%
32 20 Norfolk Southern USA $11,142 $11,142 100%
33 37 ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Israel $10,729 $10,729 100%
34 23 Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Japan $10,655 $11,159 95.5%
35 Kerry Logistics Hong Kong $10,520 $10,520 100%
36 15 Yamato Holdings Japan $9,926 $14,927 66.5%
37 CJ Logistics South Korea $9,908 $9,908 100%
38 Dachser Group Germany $9,744 $9,744 100%
39 33 Yang Ming Marine Transport Co. Taiwan $8,762 $8,762 100%
40 Bolloré Logistics France $8,648 $11,615 74.5%
41 48 Wan Hai Lines Taiwan $8,163 $8,163 100%
42 40 TFI International Canada $7,220 $7,220 100%
43 Kintetsu World Express Japan $7,105 $7,105 100%
44 27 Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd. (K Line) Japan $6,893 $6,893 100%
45 Landstar System USA $6,538 $6,538 100%
46 31 Qatar Airways Qatar $6,329 $14,370 44%
47 35 Knight-Swift Transportation USA $5,998 $5,998 100%
48 32 Emirates Group United Arab Emirates $5,895 $15,867 37.2%
49 42 Schneider USA $5,609 $5,609 100%
50 36 Old Dominion Freight Line USA $5,256 $5,256 100%

Extras

Last year saw air- and sea-freight volumes bounce back from supply chain struggles.

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Global Freight News

Government, Business, Logistics, Global Freight

Consumers Enjoy Tentative Relief as Supply Chains Unclog

The supply backlogs of the past two years — and the delays, shortages and outrageous prices that came with them — have improved dramatically since summer.

Tom Krisher and Paul Wiseman | Associated Press
December 7, 2022
Government, Business, Equipment, Logistics, Global Freight

Savannah Port Terminal to Get $410 Million Upgrade Amid Big Growth

The Port of Savannah plans a $410 million overhaul of one of its sprawling terminals to make room for loading and unloading larger ships while focusing its business almost exclusively on cargo shipped in containers.

Russ Bynum | Associated Press
December 5, 2022
Business, Logistics, Global Freight, Top 50

3PLs Make Debut on Global Freight 50

While the worst of the global supply chain snarls brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic now appear to be in the rearview mirror, it’s still not business as usual for international freight.

Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features
November 30, 2022
Government, Business, Technology, Logistics, Global Freight

Shipping Prices Fall in Inventory Glut, Upping Broker Deals

U.S. trucking is entering a tumultuous period that will likely reshape the $875 billion industry. Shipping rates that spiked during disruptions caused by the pandemic have plummeted as inventory gluts across the U.S. lowered demand.

Thomas Black | Bloomberg News
November 28, 2022
Business, Logistics, Global Freight, TCA

Federal Maritime Commissioners Praise Growth at Port of Mobile

Two members of the Federal Maritime Commission praised the growth, diversity and import-export balance of the Port of Mobile during a visit on Nov. 16.

Lawrence Specker | Alabama Media Group
November 17, 2022
Business, Equipment, Logistics, For-Hire, Global Freight

FedEx Freight Unit Furloughs Workers as Cargo Demand Slows

FedEx Corp.’s freight unit is putting workers on furlough in some U.S. markets, adding to mounting evidence of a cargo slowdown as the company joins other large employers trimming their ranks.

Thomas Black | Bloomberg News
November 14, 2022
Business, Logistics, Global Freight

Supply Chain Woes Accelerate Reshoring, Nearshoring Trend

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic followed by supply chain disruptions around the world has sparked a resurgence of companies bringing sourcing and manufacturing back to the United States or closer to U.S. shores.

Gary Frantz | Special to Transport Topics
November 4, 2022
Business, Logistics, Global Freight, Top 50

Top North American Seaports and Airports Realize Record Volumes

Seaports and airports across North America experienced record-breaking volume in 2021 amid growing consumer demand.

Mike Senatore | Features Coordinator
November 4, 2022
Government, Business, Fuel, Logistics, Global Freight, Top 50

A Clouded Outlook for Global Freight

Describing global supply chains as “volatile” for the last two years is an understatement. Glimmers of hope are emerging, but anxiety grows over whether freight volumes can maintain traction amid high inflation and economic uncertainty.

Katie Pyzyk | Special to Transport Topics
November 4, 2022
Business, Logistics, Global Freight

German Government Settles Internal Dispute Over Port Stake Sale to China

The German government is close to reaching a compromise over a disputed sale of a stake in a Hamburg container terminal to China’s state-owned shipping conglomerate Cosco Shipping Holdings Co.

October 25, 2022

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