2023 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
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Top 100 logistics firms keep growing despite freight market normalization in 2022

Logistics providers are adopting new tech, automating warehouse operations and optimizing fulfillment

Find out where the Top 100 Logistics companies are located by region; click links to view details about the company

Rank Company Headquarters Airfreight (Metric Tons)
1 Kuehne + Nagel Switzerland 2,232,000
2 DHL Supply Chain & Global Forwarding Germany 1,902,000
3 DSV A/S Denmark 1,557,972
4 DB Schenker Germany 1,360,000
5 UPS Supply Chain Solutions United States 988,880
6 Expeditors International of Washington United States 869,000
7 Nippon Express Japan 867,038
8 Sinotrans Ltd. China 781,000
9 Bollore Logistics France 708,000
10 Kintetsu World Express Japan 688,823
11 Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Germany 652,100
12 Ceva Logistics France 520,000
13 Kerry Logistics Hong Kong 515,419
14 AWOT Global Logistics Group China 495,000
15 Yusen Logistics Japan 410,000
16 CTS International Logistics China 373,139
17 Dachser Germany 365,000
18 Crane Worldwide Logistics United States 337,300
19 Geodis France 293,984
20 C.H. Robinson Worldwide United States 285,000
21 FedEx Logistics United States 265,600
22 NNR Global Logistics Japan 261,701
23 Dimerco Express Group Taiwan 238,382
24 Cargo-Partner Austria 218,607
25 Maersk Logistics Denmark 211,494
26 Logisteed Japan 176,000
27 Logwin AG Luxembourg 167,000
28 Mainfreight Ltd. New Zealand 138,279
29 EFL Global Sri Lanka 138,150
30 Worldwide Logistics Group China 132,846
31 Seko Logistics United States 130,000
32 LX Pantos South Korea 123,000
33 Toll Group Australia 117,400
34 Scan Global Logistics A/S Denmark 101,000
35 Koch Logistics United States 100,000
36 AIT Worldwide Logistics United States 97,858
37 Omni Logistics United States 93,623
38 Savino Del Bene Italy 88,500
39 Nissin Corp. Japan 81,732
40 Gebruder Weiss Austria 73,000
41 Cargo Services Far East Hong Kong 72,000
42 Clasquin France 68,893
43 OIA Global United States 67,500

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Inventory buildup and decreased transportation costs contribute to increased growth in 2022


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Business, Safety, Logistics

Focus Shifts to Removing Debris From Dali’s Deck

BALTIMORE — Salvage crews at the site of a collapsed bridge are turning their focus to the tons of debris sitting atop the Dali, a massive cargo ship that caused a deadly catastrophe in March.

Lea Skene | Associated Press
April 19, 2024
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

Maryland Leaders Push for Federal Aid

The governor of Maryland in pointed remarks challenged federal lawmakers to see for themselves the devastation wrought by the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge.

Eugene Mulero | Senior Reporter
April 18, 2024
Government, Business, Logistics

Firms Fret Over Any Lengthy Baltimore Port Closure

The closure of the Port of Baltimore has so far not led to broad price increases, though firms are concerned about any extended shutdown, according to a Federal Reserve report.

April 18, 2024
Business, Logistics

CSX Profit Drops 10% Despite 3% More Q1 Freight

CSX’s first-quarter profit slipped 10% even though the railroad delivered 3% more goods, as the mix of shipments it handled shifted toward less profitable items.

Josh Funk | Associated Press
April 17, 2024
Government, Business, Technology, Logistics

NYC Congestion Plan Adds Money to Offset N.J. Harm, MTA Says

New York City’s congestion pricing plan will now include funds to help alleviate potential pollution issues the new tolling program may spark in New Jersey.

Michelle Kaske | Bloomberg News
April 17, 2024
Business, Safety, Logistics

Dali Owner Asks Cargo Owners to Help Cover Salvage Expenses

BALTIMORE — The owner of the massive containership that caused the deadly collapse of a bridge in March wants owners of the cargo on board to cover some of the salvage costs.

April 17, 2024
Business, Logistics, Private, Global Freight

Amazon Prime Memberships in US Gain 8% to New High

Amazon.com Inc.’s Prime subscription service hit a new high of 180 million U.S. shoppers in March, up 8% from a year earlier, according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners.

Spencer Soper | Bloomberg News
April 16, 2024
Government, Business, Technology, Logistics

Ohio Turnpike Completes Open-Road Tolling Project

A new tolling system featuring open-road tolling lanes is complete along the 241-mile stretch of the Ohio Turnpike, signaling the end of its largest construction project in its history.

Noël Fletcher | Staff Reporter
April 16, 2024
Business, Logistics, TCA

Port of Portland to End Terminal 6 Cargo Container Handling

The Port of Portland will shut down its cargo container handling operation at North Portland’s Terminal 6, saying an effort to lease the site to a third-party operator had fallen through.

Jeff Manning | The Oregonian (Portland, Ore.)
April 16, 2024
Government, Business, Equipment, Safety, Logistics

Crews Race to Remove Chunks of Fallen Baltimore Bridge

SPARROWS POINT, Md. — Crews are using the largest crane on the Eastern Seaboard to haul the wreckage from Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse to a nearby salvage yard.

Lea Skene | Associated Press
April 16, 2024
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