2022 Top Dedicated Contract Carriers

2022 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
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Trying Times Provide 3PLs a Chance to Prove Their Worth
Battling supply chain, freight capacity issues, logistics providers demonstrate the value they bring to their business partners
Expanded Top 100 3PLs List Reflects Changing Landscape
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Top Dedicated Contract Carriers

Rank Company Total Power Unitssort ascending
1 J.B. Hunt Dedicated Contract 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 Transportation 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 Dedicated 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 (North America) 1,400
19 TFI International 1,382
20 Averitt Express 1,381
21 Universal Logistics Holdings 1,163
22 Venture Transport 850
23 AIM Integrated Logistics 722
24 USAT Logistics 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 Logistics Services 252
35 Maersk Logistics (Americas) 251
36 Atech Logistics 250
37 AMX 220
38 Burris Logistics 200
39 ITS Logistics Dedicated 177
40 Saddle Creek Logistics Services 157
41 AIT Worldwide Logistics 152
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High Demand Drives 3PLs to Best Growth Year on Record
Air, ground and ocean transportation rates soared to historic levels in 2021 as shippers leaned on 3PLs for goods
The Rise of Entrepreneurial Carriers: Impact on Shippers
Shippers must be ready to adapt to a surge in small carriers by providing systems that allow them to succeed
Outgrowing Your TMS Is OK, Just Don't Let It Happen Twice
As your company grows, you need your software or platform to be able to grow and adapt with you
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Market Growth, Mergers Adjust Logistics Sector Rankings
From freight brokers to airfreight forwarders, all sectors of the logistics industry reacted to new demands
About Us: Transport Topics’ Top 100 Logistics Companies
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Logistics News
Government, Business, Logistics

FourKites Reports Chinese Ports Recovery, but Elevated US Transit Times

Yangshan Deepwater Port

While Chinese ports are close to recovering, transit times to the United States have remained elevated, according to supply chain visibility company FourKites.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
July 14, 2022
Business, Logistics, TCA

Railroad Workers Being ‘Ground to Dust,’ AFL-CIO Head Says

A Union Pacific train

Efforts by national freight rail carriers to increase efficiency are having the opposite effect, a union official said July 12. Demoralized workers are leaving the industry, causing delays and damage to the national supply chain, said Greg Regan, president of the Transportation Trades Department of the AFL-CIO.

Harrison Mantas | Fort Worth Star-Telegram
July 14, 2022

Amazon Prime Day Pushed Web Sales Up 8.5% to $11.9 Billion


Online spending in the U.S. rose 8.5% to $11.9 billion during Amazon.com Inc.’s two-day Prime Day promotion, according to Adobe Inc., helping boost traffic on competing sites such as Walmart.com and Target.com that held their own sales.

Spencer Soper | Bloomberg News
July 14, 2022
Government, Business, Logistics

Port Envoy Lyons Faces Logistics, Labor Challenges

Port Envoy Stephen Lyons (left) and Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka

The new federal port envoy said he is “very optimistic” about the progress being made to unkink the nation’s seaports and supply chain.

Dan Ronan | Senior Reporter
July 14, 2022
Government, Business, Logistics

White House Won’t Yet Step Into Rail, Port Talks

Stephen Lyons and Gene Seroka

The White House is monitoring labor talks in the logistics industry as unions representing 115,000 rail workers and 22,000 West Coast dockworkers negotiate fresh contracts, but won’t get directly involved in either bargaining process now, its supply chain envoy said.

July 13, 2022
Government, Business, Logistics

Truckers Protest AB 5 Law at Three California Ports

Trucks at the West Basin Container Terminal at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, Calif.

Truckers servicing the California port gateways of Los Angeles, Long Beach and Oakland staged protests July 13 as state-level labor rules that change their employment status begin to go into effect, creating another potential choke point in stressed U.S. supply chains.

July 13, 2022
Business, Logistics, For-Hire

Averitt Announces Pay Increases for Drivers

Averitt Express truck

Cookeville, Tenn.-based Averitt Express announced July 13 it was raising pay for its less-than-truckload drivers as well as providing a new guaranteed weekly minimum for its regional and flatbed drivers and a shorter waiting period in receiving benefits coverage for its new hires.

Dan Ronan | Senior Reporter
July 13, 2022
Government, Business, Logistics

Ocean Shipping Rates Begin to Decline

Boxes stacked on a containership at a port in Hong Kong.

Transpacific shipping costs have fallen by 53% in the past three months.

Dan Ronan | Senior Reporter
July 13, 2022
Government, Business, Logistics

US Inflation Quickens to 9.1%, Amping Up Fed Pressure to Go Big


U.S. inflation accelerated in June by more than forecast, underscoring relentless price pressures that will keep the Federal Reserve on track for another big interest-rate hike later in July.

Olivia Rockeman | Bloomberg News
July 13, 2022
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

I-81 Coalition Considers Federal Funding for Truck Parking

Andy Alden

An Interstate 81 coalition wants to form a multistate team to apply for federal funds to improve truck parking following a recent roundtable discussion with six states about inadequate spaces along the vital eastern U.S. freight corridor.

Noël Fletcher | Staff Reporter
July 12, 2022


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