2017 Top Tank Truck/Bulk Carriers

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 Tank Truck/Bulk Carriers

Rank Company Sector Revenue (000)sort ascending
1 Kenan Advantage Group 1,333,736
2 Quality Distribution 758,000
3 Trimac Transportation Services 625,000
4 Prime Inc. 319,928
5 Foodliner/Quest Liner 252,275
6 Superior Bulk Logistics 233,900
7 A&R Logistics 229,258
8 Groendyke Transport 206,693
9 Ruan 179,940
10 Eagle Transport Corp. 132,000
11 Tankstar USA Inc. 126,887
12 Florida Rock & Tank Lines 120,172
13 Martin Transport Inc. 119,306
14 Miller Transporters 107,149
15 Dupre Logistics 106,032
16 Mission Petroleum Carriers 93,560
17 Slay Transportation Co. 91,500
18 CCC Transportation/ CTL Transportation 84,419
19 Genox Transportation Inc. 71,365
20 CLI Transport 63,613
21 Apex Logistics 61,000
22 Tidewater Transit Co. 53,904
23 Transportes Auto Tanques Ochoa 53,200
24 Service Transport Co. 52,340
25 NFI 35,000
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National Carriers Inc. ($205 million), Based in Liberal, Kan., National Carriers provides nationwide truckload service for refrigerated cargoes, mostly meat, with a combination of company-owned tractors and equipment provided by owner-operators. The company also provides lifestock hauling and spotting services.
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YRC Posts Q2 Declines

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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.

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Patriot Transportation Posts Net Profit on Lower Revenue for Fiscal Q3

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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
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A. Duie Pyle Expands Integrated Distribution Center

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

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Universal Posts Lower Profit, Declining Revenue in Q2

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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
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Forward Air Posts Decline in Net Income, Revenue for Q2

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Forward Air Corp. saw net income and total revenue decrease during the second quarter from prior-year levels, the company reported July 30.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
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Old Dominion Profit, Revenue Fall in Q2

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Old Dominion Freight Line Inc.’s profit and revenue fell in the second quarter as freight demand dropped because of the COVID-19 pandemic recession.

Jerry Hirsch | Contributing Writer
July 30, 2020
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Schneider Reports Profit Rises, Revenue Dips

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Schneider National saw net income increase while revenue fell during the second quarter, the truckload, intermodal and logistics services company reported July 30.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
July 30, 2020
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UPS Reports Strong Q2 Earnings as Deliveries Surge

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UPS Inc. reported strong results in the second quarter, as a surge in deliveries to homes and businesses has helped lift the company through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
July 30, 2020
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Ryder Steps in as Amazon Restricts Third-Party Sellers

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Ryder System Inc. is positioning itself to fill a major void left by Amazon.com Inc. after the online retail giant announced it will restrict warehouse space for third-party sellers.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
July 30, 2020

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