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2018 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 largest For-Hire Carriers in North America
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Top Mail Carriers

Rank Company Sector Revenue (000)sort ascending
1 FedEx Corp. 1,610,033
2 Eagle Express Lines 452,429
3 Salmon Cos. 314,303
4 UPS Inc. 171,629
5 United Airlines 164,567
6 Postal Fleet Services 120,657
7 Matheson Trucking 102,431
8 Midwest Transport 97,107
9 Southern Mail Service 92,854
10 American Airlines 92,554
11 Kalitta Air 83,165
12 Delta Air Lines 73,753
13 Bancroft and Sons Transportation 73,568
14 B&B Trucking 58,427
15 XPO Logistics 57,528
16 URSA Logistics 47,228
17 Tracie McCormick Inc. 46,920
18 Beco Inc. 45,734
19 FLS Transportation Services 44,353
20 Ravn Alaska 39,022
21 Alaska Air Group 37,061
22 Alan Ritchey Inc. 34,759
23 Metro Air Service 34,287
24 Roth Bros. Inc. 33,353
25 Davenport Transportation 31,994
26 AJR Trucking 31,141
27 Sodrel Truck Lines 29,936
28 McCormick Trucking 29,580
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LTL carriers are adapting and expanding services to capitalize on favorable long-term trends, such as the growth of e-commerce.
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Mouse over our interactive map to find out where the 2020 Top 100 Private Carriers are located by region in North America.

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Roadrunner Completes Strategic Transformation, Focuses on LTL Business

Roadrunner Transportation Systems truck

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Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
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Schneider to Test Freightliner eCascadia Through 2021

Schneider truck and Freightliner eCascadia truck

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Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
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Trimble Aims to Streamline Supply-Chain Collaboration

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Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features
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