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2019 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 50 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
Up Front
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Find out where the Top 50 are located by U.S. region.
Evan Armstrong breaks down how logistics segments performed in 2018.
Rankings Warehousing
Rank Company Total Space (Millions of Sq.Ft.) No. of Warehouses
1 DHL Supply Chain 121.0 430
2 XPO Logistics 90.0 400
3 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions 54.4 304
4 Geodis (North America) 50.0 176
5 NFI 49.6 134
6 Americold Logistics 37.0 155
7 FedEx Logistics 35.4 127
8 Kenco Group 26.0 90
9 Neovia Logistics 24.0 112
10 DB Schenker (North America) 23.7 91
11 DSC Logistics 23.0 50
12 Kuehne + Nagel Americas 22.8 98
13 Saddle Creek Logistics Services 19.2 62
14 Ceva Logistics (North America) 18.1 119
15 UPS Supply Chain Solutions 17.3 144
16 Penske Logistics 15.4 98
17 Warehouse Services Inc. 14.0 30
18 WSI Freight Solutions 14.0 52
19 APL Logistics (North America) 12.0 35
20 Radial 11.7 21
21 Expeditors International of Washington 11.5 117
22 Ingram Micro Commerce & Lifecycle Services 10.4 38
23 Universal Logistics Holdings 9.3 40
24 Performance Team 8.5 25
25 Blue Ribbon Transport 8.3 20
26 FW Logistics 7.8 16
27 Peoples Services Inc. 7.8 42
28 CJ Logistics America 7.7 45
29 DSV A/S (North America) 7.0 38
30 Schneider 7.0 35
31 Syncreon 7.0 44
32 Technicolor Global Logistics 6.5 12
33 Verst Group Logistics 6.4 21
34 Legacy Supply Chain Services 6.3 36
35 Port Logistics Group 6.3 16
36 Crane Worldwide Logistics 6.0 56
37 Kane Is Able Inc. 6.0 25
38 WOW Logistics 6.0 19
39 Nippon Express (North America) 5.9 86
40 Hub Group 5.8 15
41 Reo Logistics 5.0 6
42 United Facilities 5.0 9
43 Atlanta Bonded Warehouse 4.5 14
44 The Shippers Group 4.5 11
45 Comprehensive Logistics 4.3 17
46 Wagner Logistics 4.2 16
47 ODW Logistics 4.1 17
48 Acme Distribution Centers 4.0 5
49 Barrett Distribution 4.0 20
50 LeSaint Logistics 4.0 14
51 Xpedient Logistics 4.0 5
52 Damco International 3.9 18
53 Odyssey Logistics & Technology 3.8 49
54 SCI Group 3.4 27
55 Hitachi Transport System 3.3 49
56 Grupo Porteo 3.2 27
57 Pilot Freight Services 3.1 82
58 D+S Distribution 3.0 21
59 Keller Logistics Group 3.0 9
60 Laney & Duke Logistics 3.0 4
61 Network Global Logistics 3.0 13
62 RGL Logistics 3.0 26
63 We Pack Logistics 2.7 18
64 ACCEL Logistica 2.6 22
65 Bonded Logistics 2.6 11
66 A. Duie Pyle 2.5 10
67 Evans Distribution Systems 2.5 8
68 Weber Logistics 2.5 10
69 Regal Logistics 2.4 8
70 Ascent Global Logistics 2.3 5
71 A & R Logistics 2.2 10
72 Covenant Logistics Group 2.2 16
73 Amware Fulfillment/STACI U.S. 2.0 15
74 Commercial Warehouse & Cartage 2.0 8
75 Fidelitone 2.0 33
76 Logistics Plus 2.0 11
77 Mallory Alexander International Logistics 2.0 10
78 Onest Logistics 2.0 29
79 Patterson Warehouses 2.0 6
80 The Terminal Corp. 2.0 9
81 Commercial Warehousing 1.9 16
82 Integrated Distribution Services 1.9 7
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Radiant Logistics ($202 million), Bellevue, Wash., provides air and ocean freight forwarding, custom brokerage, freight brokerage, intermodal and drayage, inventory management and packaging, order fulfillment, returned goods management, transportation management and warehousing and distribution.
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Logistics Market Faces Challenges Across Segments in 2023

Across the major logistics market segments, 2023 brought a spate of challenges including compressed margins, rising labor costs and inflationary pressures, ensuring a down year for many.

Mike Senatore | Features Coordinator
April 12, 2024
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A Year to Forget for Third-Party Logistics Providers

2023 was a generally downtrodden year for 3PLs, with plummeting transportation rates and shippers focused on right-sizing inventories and reducing logistics costs.

Evan Armstrong | President of Armstrong & Associates Inc.
April 12, 2024
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Amazon Takes No. 1 Spot on Top 100 Logistics List

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Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features and Multimedia
April 12, 2024
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When Will Freight Market Conditions Improve?

Stubbornly weak freight market conditions have placed financial strain on 3PLs in recent years with an oversupply of truck capacity driving down rates and squeezing brokers’ margins.

Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features and Multimedia
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3PLs Persevere Through Down Freight Market, TIA Leaders Say

PHOENIX — Third-party logistics providers have persevered through a tough freight market while taking action to stem a rising tide of fraud, 3PL industry leaders said 

Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features and Multimedia
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Spot Market Rebalance Slows Amid Volatile Capacity

The spot market is struggling to rebalance as the rate of carriers exiting has slowed despite sluggish demand.

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Shipping Giant MSC Vows to Fight ‘Excessive’ $63M FMC Fine

The world’s largest container carrier will push back against a proposed U.S. government fine that would rank among the stiffest penalties handed down by the Washington regulator.

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