2019 Essential Management and Operating Information for the 100 Largest Private Carriers in North America
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Rank This Year Rank Last Yearsort descending Company Tractors Trucks Pickups/ Cargo Vans Trailers Annual Sales
96 - Columbia Distributing 450 154 - 635 -
66 - Nine Energy Service 702 295 - 863 $0.8 billion
83 - Ecology Auto Parts 565 13 - 679 -
87 - SpartanNash 525 4 - 1,827 $8.1 billion
88 - Domino's Pizza 517 39 - 506 $3.4 billion
27 - Keane Group 1,201 135 - 2,106 $2.1 billion
62 - Messer Americas 728 150 - 2,058 -
1 1 PepsiCo Inc. 11,250 4,300 16,700 18,050 $64.7 billion
2 2 Sysco Corp. 8,544 1,053 698 10,478 $58.7 billion
4 3 Walmart Inc. 6,556 95 175 64,281 $514.0 billion
5 4 Reyes Holdings 5,802 938 1,292 7,494 $33.0 billion
6 5 Halliburton Co. 5,771 4,559 335 11,653 $24.0 billion
3 6 US Foods 6,968 440 - 8,871 $24.2 billion
7 7 Nutrien 4,349 2,261 8,622 8,554 $19.6 billion
8 8 McLane Co. 3,809 105 12 5,758 $50.0 billion
9 9 Schlumberger Limited 3,652 510 - 5,107 $32.8 billion
10 10 Performance Food Group 3,307 383 - 4,377 $17.6 billion
11 11 Tyson Foods 3,233 41 1,433 8,759 $40.1 billion
13 13 C&J Energy Services 2,364 813 - 3,656 $2.2 billion
17 14 Basic Energy Services 1,686 386 - 1,822 $1.0 billion
12 15 United Rentals 2,774 5,213 - 3,121 $8.0 billion
16 16 CHS Inc. 1,826 1,689 - 11,131 $32.7 billion
15 17 Gordon Food Service 1,939 19 - 2,821 $14.0 billion
19 18 American Air Liquide Holdings 1,489 4,296 - 2,344 $24.5 billion
21 19 Albertsons Cos. 1,420 1,050 75 5,350 $60.6 billion
20 20 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. United 1,437 513 - 1,915 -
26 21 Clean Harbors 1,217 4,084 31 3,543 $3.3 billion
22 22 DOT Foods 1,410 6 28 2,215 -
25 23 The Quikrete Cos. 1,311 55 - 1,692 -
24 25 Sunbelt Rentals 1,347 3,195 3,163 1,346 $4.2 billion
34 26 FTS International 1,055 144 - 1,514 $1.5 billion
31 27 Core-Mark Holding Co. 1,101 130 - 1,380 $16.4 billion
53 28 Calfrac Well Services 780 30 - 1,027 $2.3 billion
30 28 Solistica 1,102 1,100 - 2,130 -
32 30 Ben E. Keith Co. 1,066 73 - 1,333 -
35 31 Ahold USA/Delhaize America 1,052 734 - 4,574 $44.2 billion
33 32 Pilot Flying J 1,061 35 - 1,405 -
28 33 Cemex USA 1,166 5,827 - 1,761 $3.7 billion
28 34 Praxair Inc. 1,114 920 200 2,681 $11.4 billion
14 35 Helena Agri-Enterprises 2,054 1,813 - 2,575 -
23 36 United Natural Foods Inc. (UNFI) 1,355 7 - 3,272 $10.2 billion
40 37 Builders FirstSource 891 2,177 - 1,725 $7.7 billion
37 38 Walgreen Co. 971 23 - 2,540 $131.5 billion
38 39 Maxim Crane Works 955 28 - 1,727 -
43 40 The Kroger Co. 867 35 - 12,853 $121.2 billion
39 41 Ashley Furniture Industries 939 100 25 3,500 -
52 42 Veritiv Corp. 784 104 130 1,323 $8.7 billion
45 42 BlueLinx Holdings 849 47 - 902 $2.9 billion
48 44 Darling Ingredients 797 743 256 4,500 $3.4 billion
49 45 Key Energy Services 792 805 - 6,034 $0.5 billion
54 46 Mondelez International 779 104 - 996 $25.9 billion
42 47 Dean Foods Co. 881 860 - 2,654 $7.8 billion
57 48 Prairie Farms Dairy 762 1,225 - 2,432 -
54 49 ABC Supply Co. 779 3,038 - 2,010 -
36 50 Univar Solutions 1,036 107 - 2,509 $8.6 billion
56 50 Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores 765 - - 696 -
58 52 Plains All American Pipeline 750 - - 900 $32.8 billion
68 53 Shaw Industries Group 695 55 - 3,212 -
65 54 Food Services of America 714 50 - 820 -
64 55 Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits 719 2,208 - 1,121 -
74 57 SE Independent Delivery Services 633 118 - 1,188 -
89 58 Bunzl Distribution USA 502 25 - 746 $6.6 billion
47 59 Beacon Roofing Supply 809 2,307 - 1,349 $6.4 billion
70 61 Advanced Drainage Systems 681 4 - 1,217 $1.4 billion
71 62 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Northern New England 677 100 - 890 -
46 63 Swire Coca-Cola USA 838 499 - 1,181 $2.0 billion
50 64 Sherwin-Williams Co. 790 - - 1,896 $17.5 billion
69 65 Anheuser Busch Cos. 687 261 - 754 $14.0 billion
63 66 JBS USA Holdings 726 - - 1,319 -
76 67 Publix Super Markets 625 14 443 3,062 $36.1 billion
72 68 Shamrock Foods Co. 666 90 - 990 -
60 69 Select Energy Services 749 932 - 1,996 $1.5 billion
18 70 Cudd Energy Services 1,664 347 - 2,110 -
58 71 ProPetro Holding Corp. 750 25 - 606 $1.7 billion
80 72 Liberty Coca-Cola Beverages 611 225 - 755 -
44 73 Energy Transfer Partners 852 68 - 929 $54.0 billion
67 74 Archer Daniels Midland Co. 700 12 - 2,400 $64.3 billion
81 75 Coca-Cola Beverages Florida 598 14 - 657 -
75 76 Air Products 630 92 330 1,939 $8.9 billion
61 77 Brenntag North America 732 468 - 1,804 $5.1 billion
51 78 Nestle USA 789 3,475 - 1,586 $27.7 billion
79 79 Williams Brothers Construction 613 163 - 256 -
73 80 Baker Hughes 649 55 - 355 $22.9 billion
91 81 C&S Wholesale Grocers 490 - - 4,543 -
77 82 MDU Resources Group 616 2,067 - 2,081 $4.5 billion
82 83 Stericycle Inc. 566 3,752 - 2,095 $3.5 billion
99 84 Foster Farms 440 20 - 2,500 $2.4 billion
78 85 Gravity Oilfield Services 614 285 - 3,387 -
86 86 H-E-B Grocery Co. 530 4 - 2,355 -
84 88 Mohawk Industries 562 140 - 1,990 $10.0 billion
94 89 Ace Hardware Corp. 477 1 - 1,537 $5.7 billion
92 90 Valley Proteins 488 136 55 1,311 -
85 91 Medline Inc. 561 164 - 935 $11.7 billion
41 92 CRH Americas 889 1,637 - 2,229 -
97 93 Herc Rentals 448 300 - 447 $2.0 billion
98 94 The H.T. Hackney Co. 443 172 - 613 -
100 96 KeHE Distributors 428 - - 734 $5.0 billion
90 97 Sanderson Farms 500 27 - 616 $3.2 billion
93 98 Nuverra Environmental Solutions 479 45 - 424 $0.2 billion
95 98 Bragg Cos. 454 - - 808 -
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Top 100 News
Business, Logistics, Top 100

Canadian Carrier Fastfrate Group Acquires Bestway

Fastfrate containers

Less-than-truckload and logistics company Fastfrate Group has acquired cross-border carrier Bestway Cartage Limited and Bestway Global Limited, Fastfrate announced Aug. 10.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
August 10, 2020
Business, Top 100

Old Dominion Adds Nine Service Centers to Network

Old Dominion Freight Line service center

Old Dominion Freight Line Inc. announced it added nine service centers in new and existing markets during the first half of the year to lift its nationwide service center total to 238.

August 10, 2020
Business, Safety, Logistics, Top 50, Top 100

UPS, FedEx Gear Up to Ship COVID-19 Vaccine When Ready

Vaccine

UPS and FedEx are among the companies hard at work on strategies to ship a COVID-19 vaccine safely around the world once it is ready.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
August 6, 2020
Business, Top 100

Daseke Reports Q2 Revenue of $351.7 Million

Daseke

Daseke Inc. reported second-quarter net income climbed out of the red compared with the year-ago period, lifted by changes over the past year to operational and cost improvement plans.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
August 6, 2020
Business, Top 100

Trucking Companies Reaffirm Commitment to Diversity

drivers at truck yard

Trucking companies are taking steps to expand and reaffirm their commitment to a diversified workforce, and to promote trucking as an inclusive industry.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
August 5, 2020
Business, Fuel, Top 100

Wilks Brothers Swoop In With Competing Offer for Calfrac

A pumpjack operates above an oil well on the outskirts of Williston, North Dakota.

Wilks Brothers has made a competing proposal to recapitalize struggling energy company Calfrac Well Services Ltd. and criticized management’s deal as favoring insiders.

Paula Sambo | Bloomberg News
August 4, 2020
Government, Business, Top 100

YRC Posts Q2 Declines

YRC Freight truck

Losses at YRC Worldwide Inc. widened in the second quarter amid the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the company said federal loans it received under coronavirus relief efforts will help position it to emerge healthier from the downturn.

Jerry Hirsch | Contributing Writer
August 4, 2020
Business, Logistics, Top 100

Patriot Transportation Posts Net Profit on Lower Revenue for Fiscal Q3

Florida Rock & Tank Lines truck

Patriot Transportation Holding posted an increase in net income on declining revenue for its fiscal third quarter, the company reported July 29.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
August 3, 2020
Business, Top 100

A. Duie Pyle Expands Integrated Distribution Center

A. Duie Pyle Westfield, MA

A. Duie Pyle Inc. has expanded its Westfield, Mass., integrated distribution center.

August 3, 2020
Business, Logistics, Top 100

Universal Posts Lower Profit, Declining Revenue in Q2

Universal Logistics Holdings truck

Universal Logistics Holdings reported July 30 that net income and revenue were down during the second quarter compared with last year.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
July 31, 2020

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