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

Up Front

Battling supply chain, freight capacity issues, logistics providers demonstrate the value they bring to their business partners
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 Company Total Refrigerated Storage (Millions of Cu. Ft.) No. of Warehouses
1 Lineage Logistics 2,500.0 400
2 Americold Logistics 1,500.0 250
3 VersaCold Logistics Services 120.0 27
4 Penske Logistics 83.5 98
5 Burris Logistics 65.0 13
6 Conestoga Cold Storage 64.0 5
7 Midwest Refrigerated Services 45.9 7
8 RLS Logistics 42.0 9
9 Hanson Logistics 34.0 8
10 Confederation Freezers 29.0 8
11 FW Logistics 24.0 20
12 DHL Supply Chain 11.0 493
13 Covenant Logistics Group 7.5 17
14 ODW Logistics 6.5 26
15 Peoples Services 1.9 42
16 Koch Logistics 1.5 4
Extras
Air, ground and ocean transportation rates soared to historic levels in 2021 as shippers leaned on 3PLs for goods
Shippers must be ready to adapt to a surge in small carriers by providing systems that allow them to succeed
As your company grows, you need your software or platform to be able to grow and adapt with you
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From freight brokers to airfreight forwarders, all sectors of the logistics industry reacted to new demands
Learn more about how companies are selected for Transport Topics' Top 100 Largest Logistics Companies list

Logistics News

Government, Business, Logistics

FMCSA Denies Livestock Haulers HOS Exemption

Federal trucking regulators have denied a joint application request for an exemption that would allow truckers transporting livestock, insects and aquatic animals to drive a total of 15 hours during the 16-hour period following 10 consecutive hours off duty.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
December 6, 2022
Government, Business, Equipment, Logistics, Global Freight

Savannah Port Terminal to Get $410 Million Upgrade Amid Big Growth

The Port of Savannah plans a $410 million overhaul of one of its sprawling terminals to make room for loading and unloading larger ships while focusing its business almost exclusively on cargo shipped in containers.

Russ Bynum | Associated Press
December 5, 2022
Business, Technology, Equipment, Logistics

DHL Signs Deal With Ford to Add 2,000 Electric Delivery Vans

Deutsche Post DHL Group will add 2,000 electric delivery vans to its global fleet as part of an agreement forged with Ford Pro, the companies announced Dec. 5.

December 5, 2022
Business, Technology, Logistics, Autonomous

Uber Freight, Aurora, Veritiv Partner in Texas AV Pilot

Uber Freight and self-driving technology developer Aurora Innovation Inc. announced they are deepening their existing partnership in Texas by autonomously hauling freight between Dallas-Fort Worth and El Paso for packing solutions distributor Veritiv Corp. 

December 2, 2022
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

With Road Projects on the Rise, Experts Offer Work Zone Tips

Thanks to the infrastructure funding bill, badly needed improvements to the nation’s roadways and bridges will be underway in large numbers next year. This work brings with it a corresponding increase in construction work zones, which demand caution from drivers passing through.

Eric Miller | Senior Reporter
December 1, 2022
Business, Logistics, TCA

Holiday Shipping Deadlines Near for USPS, FedEx, UPS

Here's a look at upcoming holiday shipping deadlines for USPS, UPS and FedEx if you want those packages to arrive before Dec. 25.

Alyse Messmer-Smith | The Bellingham Herald (Bellingham, Wash.)
December 1, 2022
Business, Logistics, Global Freight, Top 50

3PLs Make Debut on Global Freight 50

While the worst of the global supply chain snarls brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic now appear to be in the rearview mirror, it’s still not business as usual for international freight.

Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features
November 30, 2022
Government, Business, Logistics

House Passes Rail Deal, Senate to Schedule Vote

To avert a railroad strike projected to cost the economy $2 billion daily, the U.S. House of Representatives on Nov. 30 passed a bill outlining a labor agreement between rail carriers and workers.

Eugene Mulero | Senior Reporter
November 30, 2022
Government, Business, Safety, Logistics

Railroads Wind Down Hazardous Shipments Amid Strike Risk

U.S. railroads have begun curtailing shipments of hazardous chemicals ahead of a potential nationwide strike by workers, according to a major trade group representing oil refiners and petrochemical companies.

Ari Natter | Bloomberg News
November 30, 2022
Government, Business, Logistics, Private

Kroger, Albertsons CEOs Face Senate Questions Over Merger

Senators pressed the CEOs of Kroger Co. and Albertsons Cos. on Nov. 29 about whether their proposed $24.6 billion deal to create a supermarket giant will benefit consumers in an era of rising inflation.

Leah Nylen and Brendan Case | Bloomberg News
November 30, 2022

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