Top 100 Private | Food Service | Grocery | Beverage | Petroleum/Chemical | Industrial Gases | Agriculture/Food Processing | Wholesale/Retail | Manufacturing
Equipment Rental | Building Materials | Waste Management | Paper/Office Products
Top Equipment Rental Carriers
|3||Maxim Crane Works||608|
|4||Hertz Equipment Rental Corp.||397|
|5||Mobile Mini Inc.||389|
|6||TNT Crane & Rigging Inc.||250|
|7||AmQuip Crane Rental||115|
The Top 100 Private Carriers Companies on this list operate their own trucks to carry freight and are ranked on the basis of the total number of highway tractors in the fleet. To be included in the Top 100 list, please send contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you via phone or e-mail to get information about your company prior to publication of the next Top 100 list.
On the Bubble
Walmart Announces Sustainability Initiatives
Walmart announced June 1 it will take steps to reduce the amount of plastic and cardboard it puts in the waste stream from online orders and reduce vehicle emissions from delivery of packages.
NLRB Accuses Amazon of Illegal Anti-Union Actions
Amazon.com Inc. violated federal labor law by unilaterally changing policies and terminating union supporters at its sole unionized warehouse, U.S. labor board prosecutors allege.
Walmart Stock Outperforms Target
Walmart shares are outshining those of Target as Wall Street anticipates the shopping behemoth’s broad array of household necessities will offer shelter from slowing economic growth.
Walmart Boosts Outlook After a Strong First Quarter
NEW YORK — Walmart reported a strong first quarter and boosted its outlook for the year as the nation’s largest retailer continues to draw budget-conscious consumers.
Kroger CEO Vows Legal Fight for Albertsons Deal if Necessary
Kroger Co. said it’s committed to hunkering down for a long legal battle if U.S. regulators attempt to block its $24.6 billion acquisition of Albertsons Cos.
Infrastructure Spending Expected to Benefit United Rentals
United Rentals executives foresee a rosy outlook for the business and sector as a result of increased infrastructure spending in the coming months and years after posting increased year-over-year profits in the first three months of 2023, they said April 27.
Amazon Contract Drivers in California Join Teamsters Union
More than 80 contract drivers and dispatchers who handle deliveries for Amazon .com Inc. have joined the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
Amazon May Charge a Return Fee at UPS Stores
If you opt to return your Amazon purchase at a UPS store, that transaction just might cost you.
New Executives Chosen to Steer Pilot Overhaul
Pilot Co. is to replace its top two officers with executives hand-picked by its new majority owner as one of the biggest truck stop operators readies a major overhaul of its facilities.
Albertsons Eyes Higher Wages, Tougher Consumer Backdrop
Albertsons Cos. is anticipating higher labor costs and “a more difficult consumer environment” in a new sign of caution from big U.S. retailers.