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2022 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 Largest Logistics Companies in North America

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As the 3PL industry continues to grow, so does our ranking of North America’s largest logistics companies, now at 100
Find out where the Top 100 Logistics companies are located by region; click links to view details about the company

Rankings

Rank This Year Company Gross Revenue (Millions) Net Revenue (Millions) Employees
1 C.H. Robinson Worldwide $22,355 $2,972
est
11,989
2 Expeditors International of Washington $16,524 $4,466
est
19,588
3 UPS Supply Chain Solutions $14,639 $7,000
est
80,000
4 Kuehne + Nagel Americas $12,980 $2,703
est
17,428
5 J.B. Hunt Transport Services $11,412 $3,685
est
34,978
6 XPO Logistics $8,907 $2,337
est
21,000
7 DSV A/S $7,957 $1,014
est
10,410
8 GXO Logistics $7,940 $6,860
est
75,000
9 Total Quality Logistics $7,857 $1,403
est
8,000
10 Uber Freight/Transplace Inc. $6,440 $680
est
4,829
11 Transportation Insight Holding Co. $5,800 $410
est
2,300
12 DHL Supply Chain $5,010 $4,570
est
40,000
13 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions $4,612 $3,265
est
20,000
14 Worldwide Express/GlobalTranz $4,600 $837
est
3,660
15 Burris Logistics $4,300 $390
est
2,054
16 Hub Group $4,232 $600
est
5,000
17 Lineage Logistics $4,000 - 22,000
18 Landstar System $3,838 $635
est
800
19 Schneider $3,770 $1,445
est
16,040
20 Echo Global Logistics $3,745 $540
est
2,681
21 Penske Logistics $3,700 $2,885
est
19,558
22 MODE Global $3,400 $431
est
625
23 NFI $3,120 $2,500
est
15,400
24 DB Schenker (North America) $3,030 $1,065
est
8,850
25 Ceva Logistics (North America) $2,835 $1,300
est
20,000
26 Geodis (North America) $2,760 $1,630
est
17,761
27 Americold Logistics $2,715 $2,130
est
16,275
28 AIT Worldwide Logistics $2,292 $444
est
2,280
29 Seko Logistics $2,018 $550
est
3,000
30 FedEx Logistics $1,920 $980
est
21,000
31 Knight-Swift Transportation $1,900 $800
est
20,000
32 Kerry Logistics (Americas) $1,860 $615
est
-
33 Werner Logistics $1,837 $1,302
est
6,884
34 ArcBest Corp. $1,810 $255
est
1,392
35 Omni Logistics $1,798 $517
est
4,500
36 Capstone Logistics $1,780 $1,420
est
17,000
37 Maersk Logistics (Americas) $1,700 $610
est
4,000
38 TFI International $1,662 $215
est
6,000
39 Arrive Logistics $1,632 $200
est
1,290
40 Crane Worldwide Logistics $1,600 $449
est
2,155
40 Ascent Global Logistics $1,600 $213
est
1,000
42 BDP International $1,552 $379
est
5,000
43 Universal Logistics Holdings $1,502 $735
est
7,999
44 Pilot Freight Services $1,350 $385
est
3,000
45 Kintetsu World Express (North America) $1,327 $425
est
1,259
46 Syncreon Holdings $1,275 $1,116
est
13,000
47 Allen Lund Co. $1,225 $147
est
623
48 Ruan $1,223 $860
est
5,500
49 Radial $1,200 $1,200
est
4,600
50 Odyssey Logistics & Technology $1,167 $396
est
2,586
51 Redwood Logistics $1,160 $173
est
868
52 OIA Global $1,156 $177
est
1,249
53 Convoy $1,130 $135
est
1,200
54 U.S. Xpress Enterprises $1,083 $654
est
4,000
55 CRST The Transportation Solution $1,040 - 6,536
56 Integrity Express Logistics $1,027 $124
est
682
57 Cardinal Logistics $981 $806
est
4,160
58 Nippon Express (North America) $971 $90
est
2,900
59 Bollore Logistics (Americas) $965 $215
est
1,268
60 ITS Logistics $955 $137
est
785
61 Kenco Group $947 $661
est
5,800
62 CJ Logistics America $914 $914
est
3,900
63 Traffix $898 $162
est
423
64 Radiant Logistics $889 $221
est
685
65 Scan Global Logistics A/S $880 - 2,400
66 PLS Logistics $850 $105
est
582
66 Armstrong Transport Group $850 $105
est
500
68 Saddle Creek Logistics Services $816 $780
est
5,800
69 BNSF Logistics $800 $125
est
700
70 Matson Logistics $793 - 525
71 Metro Supply Chain Group $770 $770
est
6,000
72 Priority1 Inc. $757 $141
est
550
73 MegaCorp Logistics $742 $102
est
550
74 BlueGrace Logistics $720 $115
est
563
75 Spot Freight $713 $65
est
413
76 Day & Ross $710 $500
est
425
77 Covenant Logistics Group $709 $435
est
3,000
78 Pepsi Logistics $705 $57
est
310
79 ATS Logistics Services dba Sureway Transportation $681 $106
est
338
80 R&R Express $667 $114
est
354
81 FLS Transportation Services $600 $91
est
385
82 Hellmann Worldwide Logistics (Americas) $585 $120
est
2,229
83 Mullen Group $584 $115
est
2,500
84 Cowan Logistics $548 $181
est
1,594
85 Watco Logistics $524 $64
est
234
86 Axle Logistics $520 $67
est
260
87 TA Services $516 $97
est
700
88 Circle Logistics $513 $83
est
540
89 Lazer Spot $500 $470
est
5,200
90 England Logistics $490 $105
est
528
90 Venture Logistics $490 $343
est
1,400
92 TransAmerica Express Logistics $480 $140
est
50
93 Logistic Dynamics $477 $69
est
53
94 Marten Transport $474 $353
est
1,735
95 ProTrans $450 $115
est
1,150
96 Averitt Express $399 $291
est
1,500
97 Cornerstone Systems $394 $45
est
198
98 Magellan Transport Logistics $374 $59
est
175
99 Legacy Supply Chain Services $365 $279
est
2,800
100 Steam Logistics $358 $45
est
425
Extras
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Logistics News

Business, Government, Safety, Logistics

Hub Group’s Fourth-Quarter, Full-Year Earnings Rise

Third-party logistics provider Hub Group said late Monday it earned $13.5 million or 34 cents a share in the fourth quarter, up from $10.1 million or 25 cents a share for the same quarter a year earlier.

February 12, 2007
Business, Safety, Government, Logistics

Vitran’s 4Q Income Flat; Company Reports Record Year

Toronto-based transportation and logistics firm Vitran Corp.’s fourth-quarter profit was $5 million or 37 cents a share, compared with $5 million or 39 cents a year earlier.

February 8, 2007
Business, Safety, Government, Logistics

Pacer’s Fourth-Quarter Income Rises; Revenue Dips

Transportation and third-party logistics firm Pacer International’s fourth-quarter net income rose to $21.5 million or 57 cents a share, from $20.4 million or 54 cents a year earlier.

February 8, 2007
Business, Government, Logistics

CSX Plans $8 Mln. Upgrade of Charlotte, N.C., Intermodal Terminal

Eastern freight railroad CSX Corp.’s intermodal unit plans to invest about $8 million to expand its Charlotte, N.C., terminal, the company said Wednesday.

February 7, 2007
Business, Safety, Government, Logistics

Company Withdraws from $1.2 Billion Buyout Plan of EGL

Transportation and logistics firm EGL Inc. said Wednesday that the private firm set to buy the bulk of EGL’s stock and take the company private pulled out of the $1.2 billion deal, citing concerns about EGL’s impending 2006 earnings report.

February 7, 2007
Business, Logistics

Kansas City Southern’s Fourth-Quarter Profit Improves

Kansas City Southern railroad said Tuesday it earned $35.7 million or 41 cents a share in the fourth quarter, compared with earnings of $2.3 million or 3 cents a year earlier.

February 6, 2007
Business, Government, Logistics

FedEx Integrates LTL Units Into U.S., Canadian Operations

FedEx Corp. said Monday it has integrated its 2006 acquisition of Watkins Motor Lines into its less-than-truckload network in the United States and Canada.

February 5, 2007
Business, Government, Logistics, Autonomous

Canadian For-Hire Companies’ Revenue Rose in 2Q ’06

There were an estimated 3,336 for-hire trucking companies based in Canada with annual revenues of $1 million or more in the second quarter of 2006, almost unchanged from the same quarter in 2005, Statistics Canada said Thursday.

February 1, 2007
Business, Logistics

Target Logistics’ Fiscal Second-Quarter Income Dips

Freight forwarder Target Logistics’ fiscal second-quarter profit fell to $590,000 or 3 cents a share, from $976,000 or 5 cents in the previous second quarter.

February 1, 2007
Business, Logistics, Government

January Chicago Manufacturing Index Shows Contraction

The National Association of Purchasing Management-Chicago’s manufacturing index fell in January to the first contraction since April 2003, NAPM said Wednesday.

January 31, 2007

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