2023 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
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Offices of Total Quality Logistics

Top 100 logistics firms keep growing despite freight market normalization in 2022

How 3PLs are Building More Collaborative Supply Chains

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

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RankCompanyTotal Power Units
1 J.B. Hunt Transport Services12,899
2 Penske Logistics8,969
3 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions8,930
4 Schneider5,915
5 Werner Enterprises5,450
6 NFI5,000
7 Knight-Swift Transportation4,857
8 Ruan3,813
9 Cardinal Logistics3,450
10 C.R. England Inc. 3,000
11 U.S. Xpress Enterprises2,696
12 Solistica 2,339
13 CRST The Transportation Solution2,302
14 Day & Ross2,145
15 Marten Transport1,706
16 DHL Supply Chain1,490
17 Universal Logistics Holdings1,443
18 Averitt Express 1,398
19 TFI International1,382
20 Covenant Logistics Group1,317
21 Hub Group972
22 Paper Transport/PTI Logistics 950
23 Venture Logistics850
24 Cowan Logistics766
25 AIM Integrated Logistics 722
26 Blackhawk Transport 694
27 Ceva Logistics (North America)604
28 Lineage Logistics550
28 Dupré Logistics 550
28 Bay & Bay Transportation 550
31 A. Duie Pyle 529
32 UniGroup 520
33 Transervice Logistics 491
34 Best Logistics Group 450
35 Ascend 417
36 Scotlynn Group360
37 Fidelitone 350
38 RXO340
39 Legacy Supply Chain Services 285
40 Atech Logistics 261
41 East Coast Warehouse & Distribution 260
42 Saddle Creek Logistics Services225
43 Syfan Logistics 222
44 AMX 214
45 Kenco Group207
46 PAM Transport 200
47 Verst Logistics 190
48 Miller Transportation Group 183
49 FST Logistics 180
50 ITS Logistics160
51 Evans Distribution Systems 155
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Logistics News
Business, Fuel, Logistics, Government

Diesel Price Continues to Fall, Dropping 7.4 Cents to $2.463

The average national retail price of diesel fuel fell 7.4 cents to $2.463 a gallon, the Department of Energy reported Tuesday.

January 17, 2007
Business, Safety, Government, Logistics

Con-way, APL Logistics Expand Asian Port Service

Con-way Freight and APL Logistics said Wednesday they are adding four new Asian ports to the OceanGuaranteed less-than-container-load cargo service to the United States they started last summer.

January 17, 2007
Business, Safety, Government, Logistics

Mullen Group Income Fund Co-CEO Steps Down

Canadian transportation firm Mullen Group Income Fund’s co-chief executive officer, Pat Powell, tendered his resignation, the company said late Tuesday.

January 17, 2007
Business, Logistics, Autonomous

RoadLink USA Buys Intermodal Firm Transus

Intermodal and logistics firm RoadLink USA said Thursday that it has acquired Transus Intermodal, an intermodal trucking services company.

January 11, 2007
Business, Government, Safety, Logistics, Autonomous

CDL Fraud Probe Targets False Addresses

Several people who obtained commercial driver’s licenses from a southern Missouri trucking school gave false home addresses, and state officials acknowledge they currently have no way to stop the practice, the Associated Press reported.

January 9, 2007
Business, Safety, Government, Logistics, Technology, Equipment, Autonomous

TransForce Completes Acqusition of Trucking Firm Westfreight

Canadian transportation firm TransForce Income Fund said Thursday it completed its acquisition of Westfreight Systems and Westfreight Holdings (U.S.A.). Terms were not disclosed.

January 4, 2007
Business, Safety, Government, Logistics

EGL’s CEO Offers to Take Company Private in $1.2 Bln. Buyout

Transportation and logistics firm EGL Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer James Crane and an investment firm offered to take the company private in a $1.2 billion buyout, the company said.

January 3, 2007
Business, Government, Safety, Logistics

HOS Rules in Canada Took Effect This Week

New Canadian hours-of-service rules for commercial drivers took effect Monday, but officials said it was not clear when most provinces would adopt and enforce them.

Andrea Fischer | Staff Reporter
January 3, 2007
Business, Safety, Government, Technology, Equipment, Logistics

ABF Freight System Expands Services to Central, Southern States

Less-than-truckload carrier ABF Freight System said late Tuesday it has expanded its regional transportation network to include central and southern states.

January 3, 2007
Government, Business, Fuel, Logistics

Diesel Price Declines 1.6¢ to $2.58 a Gallon


The national average retail price of diesel fuel fell 1.6 cents to $2.58 a gallon, the Department of Energy said Tuesday.

January 3, 2007
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