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2014 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 50 largest logistics companies in the U.S. and Canada
Up Front
Our 2014 list produced a few surprises, some fast movers and some new names - along with a new No. 1.
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Rankings
Rank This Year Rank Last Year Company Net Revenue (Millions) Gross Revenue (Millions) Employees
1 5 UPS Supply Chain Solutions $2,860
est
$5,492 -
2 2 J.B. Hunt Transport Services $2,600
est
$5,224 -
3 1 DHL Supply Chain $2,550
est
$4,600 -
4 3 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions $2,064
est
$2,383 -
5 16 Expeditors International of Washington $1,883
est
$6,080 13,900
6 6 C.H. Robinson Worldwide $1,836
est
$12,752 11,645
7 4 Ceva Logistics (North America) $1,770
est
$2,641 -
8 7 Americold Logistics $1,696
est
- 12,000
9 26 UTi Worldwide $1,525
est
$4,441 21,018
10 10 Schneider $1,242
est
$3,390 -
11 11 Kuehne + Nagel Americas $1,109
est
$5,046 -
12 45 XPO Logistics $1,100
est
$2,800 -
13 12 Genco $1,007
est
$1,509 9,985
14 13 APL Logistics (North America) $955
est
$1,600 -
15 14 NFI $914
est
$1,091 -
16 18 Swift Transportation $890
est
$1,091 -
17 17 Werner Enterprises $832
est
$1,138 4,580
18 8 DB Schenker (North America) $806
est
$2,838 6,000
19 9 Neovia Logistics $800
est
- -
20 19 Penske Logistics $779
est
$968 10,089
21 22 Ruan $767
est
$807 5,139
22 20 Menlo Worldwide $682
est
$1,540 8,500
23 15 Cardinal Logistics $681
est
- -
24 24 Jacobson Cos. $590
est
$800 5,500
26 21 OHL $570
est
$1,142 8,158
27 27 U.S. Xpress Enterprises $475
est
$618 -
28 28 Kenco Group $474
est
$510 3,800
29 30 Fidelitone $471
est
$481 708
30 31 FedEx Logistics $458
est
$1,387 900
31 35 Universal Logistics Holdings $451
est
- -
32 29 Hub Group $371
est
$3,374 1,334
33 34 Saddle Creek Logistics Services $358
est
- 2,470
34 32 DSC Logistics $340
est
- -
35 36 Toll Global Forwarding $297
est
$1,468 -
36 37 Panalpina Inc. $291
est
$1,225 -
37 42 Total Quality Logistics $288
est
$1,838 2,752
38 38 Burris Logistics $256
est
- -
39 39 Performance Team $255
est
- 3,840
40 37 BDP International $254
est
$1,900 -
41 Coyote Logistics $231
est
$2,000 2,000
42 43 Preferred Freezer Services $225
est
$275 1,800
43 47 Cowan Logistics $223
est
$330 -
44 33 Landstar System $217
est
$1,301 -
45 46 SCI Group $212
est
$213 1,800
46 44 Averitt Express $189
est
$326 -
47 49 Damco International $185
est
$1,007 -
48 40 Agility Logistics $175
est
$795 -
49 Legacy Supply Chain Services $170
est
$380 -
50 Echo Global Logistics $155
est
$884 1,350
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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
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Pennsylvania Truckers Claim Unfair Competition at Philly Port

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Andrew Seidman | The Philadelphia Inquirer
February 20, 2024
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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
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