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2022 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 Largest Logistics Companies in North America

Up Front

Battling supply chain, freight capacity issues, logistics providers demonstrate the value they bring to their business partners
As the 3PL industry continues to grow, so does our ranking of North America’s largest logistics companies, now at 100
Find out where the Top 100 Logistics companies are located by region; click links to view details about the company


Rank Company Total Power Units
1 J.B. Hunt Transport Services 11,689
2 Penske Logistics 8,505
3 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions 5,300
4 Werner Logistics 5,235
5 Knight-Swift Transportation 4,800
6 NFI 4,600
7 Schneider 4,265
8 Cardinal Logistics 3,450
9 U.S. Xpress Enterprises 2,564
10 Hub Group 2,427
11 CRST The Transportation Solution 2,402
12 C.R. England Inc. 2,375
13 Solistica 2,339
14 Day & Ross 2,300
15 Marten Transport 1,572
16 Covenant Logistics Group 1,450
17 Ashley Distribution Services 1,445
18 DHL Supply Chain 1,400
19 TFI International 1,382
20 Averitt Express 1,381
21 Universal Logistics Holdings 1,163
22 Venture Logistics 850
23 AIM Integrated Logistics 722
24 USA Truck 701
25 Blackhawk Transport 612
26 Bay & Bay Transportation 600
27 Dupré Logistics 550
27 Lineage Logistics 550
29 A. Duie Pyle 458
30 Transervice Logistics 435
31 Fidelitone 350
32 Legacy Supply Chain Services 275
33 Redwood Logistics 260
34 Kenco Group 252
35 Maersk Logistics (Americas) 251
36 Atech Logistics 250
37 AMX 220
38 Burris Logistics 200
39 ITS Logistics 177
40 Saddle Creek Logistics Services 157
41 AIT Worldwide Logistics 152
Air, ground and ocean transportation rates soared to historic levels in 2021 as shippers leaned on 3PLs for goods
Shippers must be ready to adapt to a surge in small carriers by providing systems that allow them to succeed
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From freight brokers to airfreight forwarders, all sectors of the logistics industry reacted to new demands
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Logistics News

Business, Technology, Equipment, Logistics

Phillips Industries Announces Plans to Move Manufacturing to Mexico in 2023

ORLANDO, Fla. — Phillips Industries by the end of 2023 will move its manufacturing base from China to North America with the launch of full-time operations near Monterrey, Mexico, the company announced.

Dan Ronan | Senior Reporter
February 27, 2023
Business, Logistics

Union Pacific Looking for New CEO to Replace Lance Fritz

Union Pacific Corp. said it’s looking for a candidate to replace Chief Executive Officer Lance Fritz. A hedge fund that owns a roughly $1.6 billion stake in Union Pacific pushed for his ouster. 

Gillian Tan | Bloomberg News
February 27, 2023
Government, Business, Logistics

West, East Coast Ports See Big Container Drop-Off in January

As negotiations resume between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and management’s Pacific Maritime Association, concern is mounting at the West Coast ports that the slow pace of contract talks is damaging import and export shipping business.

Dan Ronan | Senior Reporter
February 23, 2023
Business, Logistics

Trucking Industry Grapples With Q4 Slowdown

Motor carriers experienced a financial slowdown in the final months of 2022, as trends that indicate a return to normalized levels of business for the year ahead took hold, industry analysts said.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
February 23, 2023
Business, Logistics

New Moving Conference Chairman Bill Lovejoy Has Full Plate of Challenges

When it comes to the many challenges getting customers moved from point A to point B, Bill Lovejoy, the new chairman of American Trucking Associations’ Moving and Storage Conference, has pretty much done it all.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
February 23, 2023
Business, Logistics, For-Hire, Global Freight

FedEx Pilots Plan Strike Authorization Vote as Labor Talks Stall

FedEx Corp. pilots are inching closer to a potential strike as negotiations stall on a new labor agreement.

Mary Schlangenstein | Bloomberg News
February 23, 2023
Business, Logistics, TCA

Port Tampa Bay Approves $50 Million Logistics & Distribution Center

Maryland-based Tradepoint Atlantic, a shipping logistics company, is coming to Tampa, Fla., in a deal that Port Tampa Bay CEO Paul Anderson called “potentially one of the biggest modern opportunities in the modern history of our port.”

Jay Cridlin | Tampa Bay Times
February 22, 2023
Business, Logistics, TCA

Target to Invest $100 Million in Sorting Centers for Order Deliveries

MINNEAPOLIS — The next Target online order that ends up at your door might come from a new type of shipping facility aimed at making deliveries cheaper and faster.

Nicole Norfleet | Star Tribune
February 22, 2023
Business, Logistics, Breaking News

January Truck Tonnage Increases 1.5% Year-Over-Year

Truck tonnage rose 1.5% in January and maintained the steady, positive pace on which it ended 2022, according to American Trucking Associations’ For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index.

Dan Ronan | Senior Reporter
February 22, 2023
Government, Business, Equipment, Fuel, Logistics, Perspective

Perspective: State of the Union Highlights Trucking

ATA Chairman Dan Van Alstine shares his takeaways and experiences after attending the State of the Union. 

Dan Van Alstine | Chairman, American Trucking Associations
February 17, 2023


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