2023 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
Up Front

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

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

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

Rankings
Rank This Year Rank Last Year Company Gross Revenue (Millions) Net Revenue (Millions) Employees
1 1 C.H. Robinson Worldwide $23,874
est
$3,396
est
16,900
2 2 Expeditors International of Washington $17,071 $4,494 19,900
3 4 Kuehne + Nagel Americas $16,308 $3,409 18,828
4 3 UPS Supply Chain Solutions $14,294
est
$6,990
est
80,000
5 5 J.B. Hunt Transport Services $13,766
est
$4,745
est
34,000
6 8 GXO Logistics $8,993 $7,770 89,000
7 7 DSV A/S (North America) $8,900 $1,130
est
11,286
8 9 Total Quality Logistics $8,849 $2,031 9,000
9 10 Uber Freight $6,947 - 4,352
10 13 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions $6,500 $4,500 48,300
11 11 Transportation Insight Holding Co. $6,410 $460
est
2,639
12 12 DHL Supply Chain $6,090
est
$5,555
est
46,500
13 Armada Sunset Holdings $5,503 - 872
14 25 Ceva Logistics (North America) $5,400 $2,430
est
17,000
15 16 Hub Group $5,340 $890 6,000
16 14 WWEX Group $4,900 $990 3,100
17 24 DB Schenker (North America) $4,860
est
$1,510
est
9,267
18 RXO $4,796 $1,172 8,590
19 18 Landstar System $4,699
est
$645
est
900
20 19 Schneider $4,433
est
$1,870
est
11,400
21 21 Penske Logistics $4,400 - 20,603
22 20 Echo Global Logistics $4,200 $645 2,800
23 17 Lineage Logistics $4,000 $4,000 23,000
24 23 NFI $3,900 $3,100 16,800
25 22 Mode Global $3,465 $519 625
26 37 Maersk Logistics (Americas) $3,050
est
$995
est
6,600
27 26 Geodis (North America) $2,900
est
$1,860
est
19,800
28 40 Ascent Global Logistics $2,660 $352 1,100
29 28 AIT Worldwide Logistics $2,566 $566 2,703
30 30 FedEx Logistics $2,550
est
$1,300
est
21,000
31 39 Arrive Logistics $2,350 $328 1,700
32 27 Americold Logistics $2,300 - 15,479
33 32 Kerry Logistics (Americas) $2,289 $600 -
34 33 Werner Enterprises $2,257 $1,604 7,001
35 34 ArcBest Corp. $2,140 $355 1,572
35 15 Burris Logistics $2,140 $280 1,500
37 31 Knight-Swift Transportation $2,025
est
$850
est
20,000
38 35 Omni Logistics $2,020 $671 5,000
39 29 Seko Logistics $2,018
est
$550
est
3,000
40 36 Capstone Logistics $2,000 $1,500 19,000
41 55 CRST The Transportation Solution $1,800 $1,500 6,224
42 43 Universal Logistics Holdings $1,785
est
$940
est
8,500
43 38 TFI International $1,763
est
$230
est
5,200
44 48 Ruan $1,681 $1,483 5,500
45 40 Crane Worldwide Logistics $1,600
est
$449
est
2,155
46 47 Allen Lund Co. $1,466 $256 685
47 64 Radiant Logistics $1,459 $306 873
48 59 Bollore Logistics (Americas) $1,409 $260 1,600
49 50 Odyssey Logistics & Technology $1,382 $477 2,586
50 49 Radial $1,338 $1,338 2,598
51 45 Kintetsu World Express (North America) $1,327
est
$425
est
1,259
52 51 Redwood Logistics $1,283 $193 868
53 46 Syncreon $1,275
est
$1,116
est
13,000
54 53 Convoy $1,225
est
$145
est
1,300
55 58 Nippon Express (North America) $1,218 $115
est
3,044
56 60 ITS Logistics $1,210 $203 1,027
57 61 Kenco Group $1,203 $958 6,559
58 66 Armstrong Transport Group $1,200 $203 550
59 52 OIA Global $1,191 $254 1,350
60 56 Integrity Express Logistics $1,148 $190 840
61 78 Pepsi Logistics Company $1,118 $133 400
62 54 U.S. Xpress Enterprises $1,106 $755 8,700
63 57 Cardinal Logistics $1,101 $907 4,070
64 63 Traffix $1,050 $195 750
65 72 Priority-1 Inc. $1,023 $209 739
66 Ryan Transportation Service $1,011 - 447
66 68 Saddle Creek Logistics Services $1,011 $820 6,253
68 66 PLS Logistics Services $981 $147 600
69 73 MegaCorp Logistics $979 $162 650
70 Scotlynn Group $963 - 640
71 82 Hellmann Worldwide Logistics (Americas) $925
est
$185
est
2,400
72 62 CJ Logistics America $914 $914 3,900
73 74 BlueGrace Logistics $894 $125
est
635
74 80 R&R Family of Companies $887 $166 756
75 65 Scan Global Logistics A/S $880
est
- 2,400
76 75 Spot Inc. $811 $129 509
77 79 ATS Logistics Services $803 $135 411
78 69 BNSF Logistics $800
est
$125
est
700
79 70 Matson Logistics $798 - 550
80 Canada Cartage/GTI Group $774 $630 3,581
81 86 Axle Logistics $772 $121 405
82 100 Steam Logistics $767 $113 903
83 77 Covenant Logistics Group $764
est
$505
est
3,100
84 88 Circle Logistics $708 $137 603
85 71 Metro Supply Chain $700
est
$700
est
6,000
86 87 TA Services $652 $140 881
87 94 Marten Transport $634 $454 2,000
87 83 Mullen Group $634
est
$160
est
2,500
89 76 Day & Ross $630
est
$460
est
2,550
90 89 Lazer Logistics $627 $597 5,500
91 84 Cowan Logistics $617 $411 1,874
92 90 England Logistics $605 $119 670
93 93 Logistic Dynamics $571 $98 53
94 81 FLS Transportation Services $570 $103 390
95 90 Venture Logistics $541 $394 1,489
96 85 Watco Logistics $534 $71 234
97 92 TransAmerica Express Logistics $480
est
$140
est
50
98 97 Cornerstone Systems $467 - 197
99 KAG Logistics $466 $63 191
100 Logistics Plus $460 $90 1,000
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Logistics News
Business, Technology, Logistics

NMFTA Establishes New LTL eBOL Standards

The National Motor Freight Traffic Association announced an update to its electronic bill of lading standards March 26 to help digitize less-than-truckload shipping.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
April 3, 2024
Government, Business, Equipment, Safety, Logistics

Car Shipper Takes $10 Million Hit From Bridge Collapse

Wallenius Wilhelmsen ASA, one of the largest car shipping companies, said it expects a $5 million to $10 million hit to its earnings from the Baltimore bridge disaster.

Alex Longley | Bloomberg News
April 3, 2024
Government, Business, Logistics

Port of Laredo Cargo Is Big Winner in Biden’s New I-27 Law

Boosting U.S.-Mexico cargo movements through the Port of Laredo will be a key outcome of President Joe Biden’s recent enactment of a new law designating a future Interstate 27.

Noël Fletcher | Staff Reporter
April 2, 2024
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

Second Channel Opens at Baltimore Bridge Site

BALTIMORE — Crews opened a second temporary channel April 2 allowing a limited amount of marine traffic to bypass the wreckage of Baltimore’s collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge.

Lea Skene | Associated Press
April 2, 2024
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

Freight Railroads Must Keep Two-Person Crews

Major freight railroads will have to maintain two-person crews on most routes under a new federal rule that was finalized April 2.

Josh Funk | Associated Press
April 2, 2024
Business, Safety, Logistics

Cargo Ship Owner Seeks $44 Million Liability Limit

The owner of the ship that rammed a bridge in Baltimore, killing six workers and disrupting the eastern U.S. transportation network, is seeking to limit its liability to about $43.7 million.

Ethan M Steinberg | Bloomberg News
April 1, 2024
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

Ontario Adds Truck Parking in Largest Rest Area Expansion

Canada’s Ontario province has embarked on an ambitious plan to help truckers by adding 165 parking spaces while upgrading 14 rest area sites and adding 10 along its highways.

Noël Fletcher | Staff Reporter
April 1, 2024
Government, Business, Logistics

Landmark Ceramics to Invest $72 Million in Tennessee Logistics Hub

Landmark Ceramics will invest $72 million to expand its tile production near Nashville, Tenn., by creating a new logistics hub with advanced technology to enhance distribution operations.

Noël Fletcher | Staff Reporter
April 1, 2024
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

East Coast Ports Scramble to Absorb Cargo

East Coast ports are modifying their operations to absorb cargo diverted from Baltimore harbor, where salvage specialists are starting to clear debris from the Francis Scott Key Bridge.

Brendan Murray | Bloomberg News
April 1, 2024
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

Alternate Channel Opens at Baltimore Bridge Site

BALTIMORE — The U.S. Coast Guard has opened a temporary, alternate channel for commercially essential vessels near the fallen Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore.

April 1, 2024
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