2017 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 100 largest For-Hire Carriers in North America
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The nation’s top for-hire carriers are taking steps to shore up capacity in anticipation of increasing demand for freight hauling and a tighter market for drivers.
Find out where the carriers are by regions in North America.
Find out what carriers are doing to prepare for what looks like increased demand for freight hauling this year and next.

Top Refrigerated (Truckload & LTL) Carriers

Rank Company Sector Revenue (000)sort ascending
1 C.R. England Inc. 1,304,898
2 Prime Inc. 1,060,815
3 KLLM Transport Services 937,000
4 Stevens Transport 662,450
5 Marten Transport Ltd. 375,851
6 Swift Refrigerated 341,280
7 TransAm Trucking Inc. 270,000
8 Hirschbach Motor Lines 251,697
9 John Christner Trucking 236,625
10 Shaffer Trucking 210,000
11 May Trucking 199,601
12 Roadrunner Temperature Controlled 171,000
13 Southern Refrigerated Transport 167,662
14 Frialsa Logistica 127,100
15 CanXpress 122,867
16 NFI 122,000
17 J&R Schugel Trucking 114,000
18 National Carriers Inc. 108,000
19 WEL Companies 106,250
20 Decker Truck Line 104,000
21 MCT Transportation 84,018
22 Freymiller Inc. 84,000
23 Continental Express Inc. 80,000
24 Bay & Bay Transportation 74,808
25 Day & Ross Transportation Group 62,450
26 Cowan Systems 38,881
27 Roehl Refrigerated Transport 36,213
28 T-W Transport 35,300
29 Maverick USA 33,495
30 CRST International 31,000
31 Transportes Garza Leal 30,600
32 Celadon Group Inc. 30,000
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Transportes Castores de Baja California ($207 million), Headquartered in the historic town of Leon in the central state of Guanajuata, this Mexican fleet provides less-than-truckload and parcel delivery services throughout the country with a fleet of 450 tractors, 180 straight trucks and 650 trailers.
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Top 100 News
Business, Safety, Logistics, Top 100

Coronavirus Spurs New Incentives for Drivers

Tyson Foods truck

Motor carriers are developing incentive plans to provide drivers with bonuses and financial support as they serve on the front lines of the country’s battle against COVID-19.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
April 8, 2020
Business, Safety, Logistics, Top 100

Driver Health Becomes Paramount During Coronavirus Outbreak

hand sanitizer

Trucking companies are doing a lot to keep their drivers safe and healthy even as the coronavirus pandemic has caused notable disruptions throughout the economy as the number of infected continues to climb.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
April 8, 2020
Government, Business, Logistics, Top 50, Top 100

FedEx CEO Fred Smith Takes 91% Cut in Salary for Six Months

FedEx CEO Fred Smith

FedEx Corp. said Chairman and CEO Fred Smith is taking a salary cut, effective April 1, from $115,402 per month to $10,728 per month through Sept. 30.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
April 7, 2020
Government, Business, Logistics, Top 50, Top 100

Truckers Work to Overcome Difficulties in Food Supply Chain

Trucks stuck on the German-Polish border near Frankfurt on March 18.

Truckers hauling food are facing delays across the globe in the latest disruption to supply chains snarled by the coronavirus pandemic.

April 3, 2020
Business, Logistics, Top 100

Airlines Shift to Cargo as Passenger Volume Falls Dramatically

Parked Delta planes

Faced with hundreds of parked planes and near-empty flights as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, some of the world’s biggest airline executives are turning their focus to cargo.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
April 1, 2020
Government, Business, Logistics, Top 100

For Some Fleets, Adding Drivers Is a Mission

Western Flyer Xpress

In the freight-hauling sector, certain loads have dwindled to a trickle. Other parts of the trucking industry are booming to meet the demand for necessary consumer goods and medical supplies, and adding drivers however they can.

Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
April 1, 2020
Business, Logistics, Top 100

Does Your Business Belong on Our List of Top 100 For-Hire Companies?

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March 30, 2020
Business, Top 50, Top 100

Current Stock Prices for Trucking, Logistics Companies

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Same-day data for publicly traded trucking and transportation stocks in the truckload, less-than-truckload, package, logistics and leasing categories.

March 30, 2020
Business, Top 100

Roadrunner Reports Net Loss in Fourth Quarter

Roadrunner truck

Roadrunner Transportation Systems Inc. reported a net loss in the fourth quarter and sharply lower revenue amid challenging market conditions.

Roger Gilroy | Senior Reporter
March 28, 2020
Business, Top 50, Top 100, TCA

FedEx Ground to Close Pennsylvania Facility, Cutting 186 Jobs

An employee secures the cargo area door of a delivery truck at a FedEx Ground distribution center in New Jersey in August 2018.

FedEx Ground will be shutting down its package delivery facility in Clinton, Pa., on May 16, eliminating 186 jobs.

Patricia Sabatini | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
March 27, 2020

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