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Rankings
Rank Company Headquarters Ocean Containers
1 Kuehne + Nagel Switzerland 4,355,000
2 DHL Supply Chain & Global Forwarding Germany 3,259,000
3 Sinotrans Ltd. China 2,950,800
4 DB Schenker Germany 2,126,800
5 Panalpina Inc. Switzerland 1,520,500
6 DSV A/S Denmark 1,389,611
7 Expeditors International of Washington United States 1,070,424
8 Kerry Logistics Hong Kong 1,053,485
9 Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Germany 897,379
10 Bollore Logistics France 856,000
11 LF Logistics Hong Kong 778,796
12 Yusen Logistics Japan 774,822
13 Agility Logistics Kuwait 740,000
14 Ceva Logistics France 729,000
15 C.H. Robinson Worldwide United States 698,000
16 Geodis France 690,000
17 Damco/Maersk Logistics The Netherlands 659,000
18 UPS Supply Chain Solutions United States 600,000
19 Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd. Hong Kong 600,000
20 Logwin AG Luxembourg 600,000
21 Kintetsu World Express Japan 556,640
22 Nippon Express Japan 550,000
23 Worldwide Logistics Ltd. China 508,732
24 Hitachi Transport System Japan 500,000
25 Mallory Alexander International Logistics United States 500,000
26 Dachser SE Germany 481,400
27 Toll Global Forwarding Australia 434,000
28 Honour Lane Shipping Hong Kong 326,490
29 CJ Logistics South Korea 310,850
30 Mainfreight Ltd. New Zealand 280,539
31 BDP International United States 275,782
32 Dimerco Express Group Taiwan 227,600
33 CWT Pte. Ltd. Singapore 170,000
34 EFL Sri Lanka 164,495
35 Topocean Group Inc. United States 156,000
36 De Well Group China 150,000
37 NNR Global Logistics Japan 144,483
38 XPO Logistics United States 131,500
39 TransGroup Global Logistics United States 130,200
40 MIQ Logistics United States 125,000
41 Asia Shipping Transportes Internacionais Brazil 114,376
42 APL Logistics Singapore 112,848
43 Crane Worldwide Logistics United States 100,634
44 Scanwell Logistics United States 100,000
45 American Global Logistics United States 94,000
46 Qingdao Jet Marine Logistics China 80,000
47 City Ocean Logistics China 80,000
48 Odyssey Logistics & Technology United States 73,000
49 Sankyu Inc. Japan 71,894
50 AWOT Global Logistics Group China 70,000
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Verst Group ($172 million), Walton, Ky., provides air and ocean freight forwarding, customs brokerage, dedicated contract carriage, freight brokerage, freight payment and auditing, intermodal and drayage, inventory management and packaging, order fulfillment, returned goods management, supply chain consulting, transportation management and warehousing and distribution.
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Logistics News
Government, Business, Logistics, TCA

New Container Terminal Planned for 2028 Opening in Maryland

Developers of a new $1 billion container terminal at Tradepoint Atlantic in Baltimore County, Md., say they expect to break ground by the end of next year and open in 2028, creating 1,100 jobs.

Lorraine Mirabella | The Baltimore Sun
February 22, 2024
Business, Logistics

J.B. Hunt Forges Intermodal Agreement With Walmart

J.B. Hunt Transport Services announced Feb. 22 that subsidiary J.B. Hunt Transport has entered into a multiyear intermodal service agreement with Walmart Inc.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
February 22, 2024
Government, Safety, Logistics, TCA

NTSB: Negligence Led to 2022 Pittsburgh Bridge Collapse

Pittsburgh's Fern Hollow Bridge should have been shut down years before its 2022 collapse that injured several commuters, National Transportation Safety Board investigators said Feb. 21.

Neena Hagen | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
February 22, 2024
Government, Business, Logistics

FMCSA Planning New Study on Detention Time

FMCSA is planning an in-depth research study that will analyze data collected by approximately 80 carriers and 2,500 drivers to help determine the frequency and severity of detention time.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
February 22, 2024
Government, Business, Logistics

Virginia Officials Laud WCS Logistics’ Cold Storage Expansion

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin announced a $27 million cold storage expansion by WCS Logistics along the Interstate 81 trucking corridor in Frederick County.

Noël Fletcher | Staff Reporter
February 21, 2024
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics, TCA

California Planning $7 Million Landslide Wall at San Clemente

A $7.2 million “catchment wall” will be built at a landslide area in San Clemente, Calif., to hold back the slipping hillside and get passenger train service running to San Diego again.

Laylan Connelly | The Orange County Register
February 21, 2024
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

Biden Plans to Boost Port Cybersecurity

WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden on Feb. 21 signed an executive order and created a federal rule aimed at better securing the nation’s ports from potential cyberattacks.

Colleen Long | Associated Press
February 21, 2024
Government, Equipment, Logistics

Federal Maritime Commission Sides With IMCC on Dispute

FMC upheld a previous decision that ocean carriers violated federal law when a judge ruled the carriers required trucking companies to use specific intermodal chassis providers.

Dan Ronan | Senior Reporter
February 21, 2024
Government, Business, Logistics, TCA

Pennsylvania Truckers Claim Unfair Competition at Philly Port

The Federal Maritime Commission is probing concerns raised by trucking companies that a Port of Philadelphia terminal operator is receiving favorable treatment from a state agency.

Andrew Seidman | The Philadelphia Inquirer
February 20, 2024
Business, Logistics, Breaking News

January Tonnage Declines on Annual, Monthly Basis

Truck tonnage started the year on the downslope, decreasing on an annual and sequential basis in January, American Trucking Associations reported.

Dan Ronan | Senior Reporter
February 20, 2024
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