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2020 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 50 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
Up Front
The third-party logistics business is undergoing a dramatic, technology-driven transformation.
Find out where the Top 50 are located by U.S. region.
Evan Armstrong breaks down how logistics segments performed in 2019.
Rankings
Rank Company Total Refrigerated Storage (Millions of Cu. Ft.) No. of Warehouses
1 Lineage Logistics 1,700.0 260
2 Americold Logistics 1,025.4 182
3 United States Cold Storage 288.0 39
4 Agro Merchants Group 271.9
5 XPO Logistics 175.0 400
6 VersaCold Logistics Services 118.0 31
7 Interstate Warehousing 115.0 8
8 Penske Logistics 81.9 70
9 Burris Logistics 75.0 13
10 Henningsen Cold Storage 60.0 12
11 Midwest Refrigerated Services 45.9 7
12 Hanson Logistics 39.0 8
13 Conestoga Cold Storage 37.8 5
14 Confederation Freezers 29.0 8
15 Trenton Cold Storage 28.0 8
16 FW Logistics 24.0 16
17 Allied Frozen Storage 23.4 6
18 RLS Logistics 18.0 5
19 NFI 16.0 145
20 Covenant Logistics Group 7.5 15
21 Geodis (North America) 1.4 142
22 Peoples Services 1.2 42
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On the Bubble

Pilot Freight Services ($250 million), Lima, Pa., provides cross-border services, custom brokerage, supply chain consulting, transportation management and warehousing and distribution.
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Logistics News
Government, Business, Logistics

Congress Debates FY25 NDAA

A comprehensive defense policy measure recently approved in the House of Representatives proposes security enhancements for trucks at military bases and a review of a new moving contract.

Eugene Mulero | Senior Reporter
June 20, 2024
Business, Logistics, Breaking News

ATA Reports Tonnage Turnaround for May With 1.5% Rise

The trucking industry experienced its first increase in tonnage this year during May, a 1.5% bump, American Trucking Associations reported June 18.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
June 20, 2024
Business, Logistics, Private, Global Freight

Amazon Is Shifting to Recycled Paper Filling for Packages

Amazon is shifting from the plastic air pillows used for packaging in North America to recycled paper because it’s more environmentally sound, and it says paper just works better.

Michelle Chapman | Associated Press
June 20, 2024
Business, Logistics

Private Equity Firms Invest in RPM Freight Systems

RPM Freight Systems is to receive backing from private equity firms Trive Capital and Bluejay Capital Partners, the investors said in a news release.

Keiron Greenhalgh | Staff Reporter
June 18, 2024
Business, Technology, Logistics, Autonomous, For-Hire

Artur Express to Run 100 Kodiak Self-Driving Sleeper Trucks

Artur Express plans to operate 100 sleeper trucks with Kodiak Robotics’ self-driving truck technology installed in a partnership between the companies, they said.

Keiron Greenhalgh | Staff Reporter
June 18, 2024
Business, Logistics, For-Hire, Private

Efficient Use of Space Is Key in Weak Freight Market: Study

Over-the-road carriers waiting for an upturn in the freight cycle must make the most efficient use of their trucks’ space to best ride out ongoing market weakness, according to CSCMP.

Keiron Greenhalgh | Staff Reporter
June 18, 2024
Government, Business, Logistics

House Panel Takes Up Water Resources Development Act

This month, the transportation panel in the U.S. House of Representatives plans to vote on a policy update to the country’s commercial waterways.

Eugene Mulero | Senior Reporter
June 18, 2024
Government, Business, Fuel, Logistics

Judge Orders BNSF to Pay Washington Tribe Nearly $400 Million

SEATTLE — BNSF Railway must pay nearly $400 million to a Native American tribe in Washington state, a federal judge ordered after finding that the company trespassed across the tribe’s reservation.

Gene Johnson | Associated Press
June 18, 2024
Business, Logistics, Autonomous

Waabi Raises $200M as It Eyes Fully Driverless Trucks in '25

Autonomous technology developer Waabi raised $200 million that will help carry it through the commercial launch of fully self-driving trucks in 2025, the Toronto-based company said.

Keiron Greenhalgh | Staff Reporter
June 17, 2024
Business, Logistics, For-Hire

Werner CEO Says Freight Market Is Returning to Normal

Werner Enterprises CEO Derek Leathers said patterns emerging in the cargo marketplace point to a long-awaited adjustment that could help lift trucking out of its persistent freight recession.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
June 17, 2024
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