2019 Top Intermodal/Drayage Carriers

2019 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 Largest For-Hire Carriers in North America
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Up Front
This year in particular has brought a changing of the guard at some of the largest companies.
See a breakdown of Top 100 For-Hire Carriers by region; get links to company pages.
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Top Intermodal/Drayage Carriers

Rank Company Sector Revenue (000)sort ascending
1 J.B. Hunt Intermodal 4,716,649
2 Hub Group 2,195,316
3 XPO Logistics 1,500,000
4 Schneider 953,500
5 Evans Delivery 602,206
6 Swift Intermodal 498,821
7 IMC Cos. 350,132
8 RoadOne IntermodaLogistics 300,000
9 NFI 286,000
10 ContainerPort Group 285,000
11 Universal Intermodal Services 251,074
12 Forward Air 201,000
13 Roadrunner Intermodal Services 132,129
14 Landstar System 128,976
15 TCW 114,485
16 Marten Transport 102,025
17 C&K Holdings 96,250
18 Duncan and Son Lines 85,000
19 Cowan Systems 77,146
20 Eagle Systems 56,203
21 Canada Drayage 54,900
22 Paper Transport 48,476
23 Bison Transport 29,833
24 Dart Intermodal 29,725
25 TransAmerica Express Logistics 15,000
26 Guide Transportation Partners 14,419
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On the Bubble

Autotransportes de Carga Tresguerras ($244 million), is a package, air/expedited and truckload freight carrier based in Tijuana, Mexico.
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For some companies, leadership teams stretch back four generations.
The state's trucking association has joined forces with 13 community colleges.
Women are increasingly taking on larger roles in the management of trucking companies.
The company has pressed on since losing its CEO Jeremy Rayl in 2017.
Nevertheless, industry projections remain positive.
George Casiano's family shares the story of an industry veteran.
All of Brig Sorber’s family played a part in the creation story of Two Men and a Truck, which has grown from humble origins into one of the largest moving companies in North America.
Fleet owners find inspiration in family and faith.
Lead ATA participants set out to guide trucking's future.
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Interactive Map: Where the 2021 Top 100 For-Hire Carriers Are in North America

Top 100 For-Hire Map 2021

Find out where the carriers are by regions in North America.

June 18, 2021
Business, Technology, Top 100

Forward Air Expands LTL Service in Washington

Forward

Forward Air Corp. will expand its expedited less-than-truckload service into Spokane, Wash., the company announced June 14.

June 15, 2021
Business, Top 100

Forward Air Institutes Destination-Based Compensation Increase

Forward Air truck

Forward Air Corp. is pursuing a new destination-based compensation increase for its fleet partners within its LTL and truckload divisions, the company announced June 8.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
June 11, 2021
Business, Technology, Autonomous, Top 100

J.B. Hunt, Waymo Partner to Test Self-Driving Trucks in Texas

J.B. Hunt

J.B. Hunt Transport Services has partnered with autonomous vehicle developer Waymo to move freight with self-driving trucks in Texas.

Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features
June 10, 2021
Business, Logistics, Top 100

Manager’s Road Back to Baseball Took a Trucking Turn

San Antonio Missions' Phillip Wellman

Phillip Wellman is a baseball lifer, but a stint as a trucking fleet manager left an indelible impression.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
June 8, 2021
Government, Business, Top 100, TCA

CSX Plan to Buy Pan Am Railways Rejected

CSX train

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Federal regulators recently rejected CSX’s plan to buy Pan Am Railways Inc., which operates 1,200 miles of track.

Jim Kinney |  The Republican (Springfield, Mass.)
June 7, 2021
Business, Technology, Top 50, Top 100

J.B. Hunt Boosts Supply Chain Inclusivity With $1 Million Scholarship Fund

J.B. Hunt

J.B. Hunt Transport Services and the University of Arkansas jointly endowed a $1 million scholarship fund June 2 to advance supply chain sustainability and inclusivity.

June 7, 2021
Business, Technology, Equipment, Safety, Top 100

Drivers, Fleets Become More Comfortable With Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Bendix lane-keeping

Advanced driver assistance systems initially encountered driver resistance, but over time have become a more widely accepted and even embraced trend as drivers realize their benefits.

Gary Frantz | Special to Transport Topics
June 7, 2021
Government, Business, Technology, Safety, Top 100

Pete Buttigieg Cites Importance of I-40 Bridge Repair

Buttigieg

Phase 2 of the two-part effort to repair the Interstate 40 bridge is underway, according to transportation officials.

Eleanor Lamb | Staff Reporter
June 4, 2021
Business, Equipment, Top 100

May Class 8 Orders Fall to 22,900

Freightliner plant

Class 8 preliminary orders for May fell to the lowest point since August, settling just below 23,000 as the industry paused amid little chance to join this year’s orders backlog, ACT Research reported, citing truck makers’ initial data.

Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
June 3, 2021

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