2020 Top Household Goods/Commercial Carriers

2020 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 Largest For-Hire Carriers in North America
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Fleets have been overcoming unprecedented challenges to keep essential freight moving during the pandemic.
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COVID-19 has transformed 2020 into a tumultuous year for trucking, but the Top 100 list remains stable, at least for now.

Top Household Goods/Commercial Delivery Carriers

Rank Company Sector Revenue (000)sort ascending
1 UniGroup Inc. 1,500,000
2 Sirva Worldwide Relocation & Moving 1,400,000
est
3 Atlas World Group 682,853
4 Suddath 600,000
est
5 Two Men and a Truck Movers 443,829
6 CRST Specialized Transportation 248,000
7 Day & Ross 48,959
8 Gentle Giant Moving Co. 42,075
est
9 Stevens Worldwide Van Lines 34,600
10 Diligent Delivery Systems 30,940
11 Custom Delivery Solutions 30,000
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Central Oregon Truck Increases Driver Pay

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UPS, Teamsters Resume Contract Talks as Threat of Strike Looms

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Amazon’s No Enemy — In Fact, It Needs Us, U.S. Xpress CEO Says

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Esha Dey | Bloomberg News
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Wyoming Supreme Court Reverses Lower Court Ruling on CRST Wrongful Death Lawsuit

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CRST International Inc. must stand trial in connection with a wrongful death lawsuit after a state supreme court overturned a lower court’s ruling in favor of the trucking company, according to court documents.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
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Trucking Industry Adjusts to ELD Mandate as Focus on HOS Compliance Sharpens

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