2024 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
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The e-commerce, warehousing and supply chain giant debuts at the very top of the 2024 Top 100 Logistics Companies list

3PLs navigate tough business conditions and compressed margins while awaiting a freight market rebound

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

Rankings
Rank Company Headquarters Ocean Containers
1 Kuehne + Nagel Switzerland 4,338,000
2 Sinotrans Ltd. China 4,309,000
3 DHL Supply Chain & Global Forwarding Germany 3,089,000
4 DSV A/S Denmark 2,519,295
5 DB Schenker Germany 1,744,000
6 Nippon Express Japan 1,698,161
7 LX Pantos South Korea 1,537,000
8 C.H. Robinson Worldwide United States 1,353,750
9 Kerry Logistics Hong Kong 1,261,775
10 Ceva Logistics France 1,150,000
11 Geodis France 961,084
12 Hellmann Worldwide Logistics Germany 920,000
13 CIMC Wetrans Logistics Technology China 884,734
14 Worldwide Logistics Group China 871,373
15 CTS International Logistics China 837,548
16 Fr. Meyer's Sohn Germany 800,000
17 Expeditors International of Washington United States 791,700
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18 Kintetsu World Express Japan 724,129
19 OOCL Logistics Hong Kong 680,000
20 Yusen Logistics Japan 661,000
21 Savino Del Bene Italy 645,000
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22 Maersk Logistics Denmark 635,000
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23 Bollore Logistics France 610,000
24 AllCargo Logistics India 604,500
25 Van Donge & de Roo Netherlands 600,000
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26 Logwin AG Luxembourg 571,000
27 Cargo Services Far East Hong Kong 526,000
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28 UPS Supply Chain Solutions United States 525,000
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29 Toll Group Australia 494,200
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30 Mondiale VGL New Zealand 485,034
31 Asia Shipping Transportes Internacionais Brazil 477,184
32 Logisteed Japan 424,000
33 Honour Lane Shipping Hong Kong 401,986
34 Noatum Logistics Spain 401,794
35 Scan Global Logistics A/S Denmark 400,000
36 Long Sail International Logistics China 380,500
37 Flexport United States 350,000
38 CJ Logistics South Korea 345,803
39 Manuport Logistics Belgium 329,000
40 Alonso Forwarding Spain 327,427
41 Mainfreight Ltd. New Zealand 326,570
42 Taewoong Logistics South Korea 313,331
43 Cargo-Partner Austria 290,000
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44 PSA BDP United States 286,158
45 Dachser Germany 286,000
46 Seko Logistics United States 285,900
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47 EV Cargo Hong Kong 270,000
48 Clasquin France 260,716
49 AWOT Global Logistics Group China 260,000
50 Ligentia Group United Kingdom 250,000
51 De Well Group China 218,110
52 Nissin Corp. Japan 214,400
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Logistics News
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

Norfolk Southern to Pay $15 Million Fine Over Derailment

The federal government agreed to a $15 million fine for Norfolk Southern over the derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, and the railroad promised to pay $300 million to improve safety.

Josh Funk | Associated Press
May 23, 2024
Business, Safety, Logistics

Georgia’s Auto Port Has Its Busiest Month Ever

SAVANNAH, Ga. — The Georgia Ports Authority reported May 21 that April was its busiest month ever for automobile shipments at the Port of Brunswick.

Russ Bynum | Associated Press
May 21, 2024
Business, Logistics, Breaking News

ATA Reports More Tonnage Declines for April

Truck tonnage continued to experience year-over-year declines in April, American Trucking Associations reported May 21.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
May 21, 2024
Business, Technology, Equipment, Logistics

Candor Expedite Launches Cold Chain Division

Expedited freight specialist Candor Expedite unveiled a cold chain division in early May, building the launch around a specially designed pallet that can maintain cargo temperatures for days, the company said.

Keiron Greenhalgh | Staff Reporter
May 21, 2024
Business, Equipment, Safety, Logistics

ATA Unveils New Image Campaign Slogan

SAN ANTONIO — American Trucking Associations has a new image campaign slogan: “Nothing Without Trucking.”

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
May 21, 2024
Government, Business, Equipment, Logistics

Hundreds Warn EPA: Don’t Back CARB Ban on Diesel Locomotives

Government officials, public agencies and business interests warn EPA  that approving California’s rule to outlaw diesel locomotives will harm the nation’s interconnected rail system.

Noël Fletcher | Staff Reporter
May 20, 2024
Government, Business, Logistics

Movers Group Seeks Review of $20B Contract for Military Moves

A coalition is calling on Congress to direct the Government Accountability Office to conduct an evaluation of the new program slated to provide moves for the nation’s military.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
May 20, 2024
Business, Logistics

Canadian Rail Labor Dispute Talks Restart; CN Revises Offer

Canadian National Railway made a revised offer May 16 to the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference, raising hopes of a settlement in a labor dispute.

Keiron Greenhalgh | Staff Reporter
May 20, 2024
Business, Technology, Logistics

Uber Freight Expands Procurement Platform With Spot Freight

Uber Freight introduced a spot freight fulfillment platform to expand beyond its flagship contract procurement tool launched last year, the company announced May 16.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
May 20, 2024
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

Ship That Caused Baltimore Bridge Collapse Escorted to Port

BALTIMORE — The recovery from the deadly Baltimore bridge collapse reached a milestone May 20 as the Dali was escorted back to port, its damaged bow covered with smashed shipping containers.

Lea Skene | Associated Press
May 20, 2024
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