2018 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 50 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
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Top Dedicated Contract Carriers

Rank Company Total Power Unitssort ascending
1 J.B. Hunt Dedicated Contract Services 8,727
2 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions 6,000
3 Werner Global Logistics 4,000
4 Schneider 3,930
5 Penske Logistics 3,734
6 Ruan 3,598
7 NFI Transportation 3,300
8 Knight-Swift Transportation 3,089
9 Cardinal Logistics Holdings 3,022
10 U.S. Xpress Enterprises 2,440
11 Hub Group 2,250
12 C.R. England Inc. 2,200
13 Black Horse Carriers Inc. 1,815
14 UPS Supply Chain Solutions 1,382
15 DHL Supply Chain 1,200
16 Averitt Express Inc. 1,123
17 Commercial Warehousing 1,000
18 Universal Logistics Holdings 930
19 Marten Transport 847
20 Cowan Logistics 766
21 Celadon Group 700
22 AIM Integrated Logistics 655
23 Day and Ross Transportation Group 629
24 Performance Team 600
25 Odyssey Logistics & Technology Corp. 600
26 Bay and Bay Transportation 500
27 CRST Dedicated 500
28 G&D Integrated 468
29 Landair 430
30 Lily Dedicated Logistics Systems 415
31 XPO Logistics Inc. 400
32 Sunteck TTS 380
33 Crowley Logistics 335
34 Leonard's Express 330
35 Warehouse Services Inc. 314
36 USAT Logistics 311
37 ITS Logistics Dedicated 300
38 Dupre' Logistics 250
39 LeSaint Logistics 250
40 Saddle Creek Logistics Services 235
41 ODW Logistics 230
42 ADS Logistics 228
43 Midwest Express Group 221
44 Dart Advantage Logistics 216
45 Legacy Supply Chain Services 200
46 East Coast Warehouse & Distribution 190
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Port Logistics Group ($210 million), City of Industry, Calif., provides dedicated contract carriage, freight brokerage, intermodal and drayage, order fulfillment, returned goods management, transportation management and warehousing and distribution.
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Top 50 News
Business, Logistics, Top 50, TCA

3PL Giant Kenco Offers Residential Delivery

Kenco truck

Logistics giant Kenco has started offering “white glove” home delivery of merchandise for some of its business customers in five areas of the country, including Chattanooga, Tenn., with plans to expand the service.

Mike Pare | Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times Free Press
December 2, 2019
Business, Technology, Logistics, Top 50, Top 100

Schneider Launches Load-Booking Tool for Third Parties

Schneider truck

Schneider launched an automated tool that enables third-party carriers to instantly book loads with the click of a button, the carrier said in a Nov. 26 news release.

November 27, 2019
Business, Logistics, Top 50, TCA

Integrity Express Logistics Expands Tampa Office

Integrity Express Logistics truck

TAMPA, Fla. — Integrity Express Logistics plans to add 50 or more employees earning an average of at least $60,165 a year as part of an expansion of its Tampa regional office.

Richard Danielson | Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg, Fla.)
November 21, 2019
Business, Logistics, Top 50, TCA

Logistics Firm Mode Reaches Agreement in $2.3 Billion Merger With SunteckTTS

SunteckTTS office

Dallas-based Mode Transportation and SunteckTTS Inc. have reached an agreement to merge the two transportation and logistics companies under the Mode branding, generating more than $2 billion in annual revenue, according to a release.

Dom DiFurio | The Dallas Morning News
November 19, 2019
Business, Top 50

North America's Busiest Cargo Airports

UPS Worldport

Where North American airports ranked in terms of cargo pounds transported.

Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features
November 18, 2019
Top 50

Map: Where They Are

2019 Global Freight Carriers

View a world map that pinpoints the geographical breakdown by country for the 2019 Top 50 Global Freight Carriers.

November 18, 2019
Government, Business, Top 50

A New Era in Global Trade

Trump and Chinese President Xi Jingping in 2018.

Ongoing trade negotiations among the United States and many of its key global trading partners have ushered in a time of change and uncertainty for many international shippers.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
November 18, 2019
Government, Business, Top 50

The 2019 Top 50 Global Freight Carriers: Growth Continues Despite Trade Tensions

A containership docked at the Port of Rotterdam.

All but a handful of the companies ranked on the 2019 Top 50 Global Freight Carriers list posted higher freight revenues in 2018 than the previous year, as the majority of the world’s largest freight carriers continued to enjoy strong demand in many key markets.

Seth Clevenger | Managing Editor, Features
November 18, 2019
Government, Business, Technology, Top 50

Netherlands Takes Tech-Forward Approach to Transporting Freight by Land, Sea and Air

A massive containership docks at the Port of Rotterdam, the largest seaport in Europe

This small country is a big player on the freight scene and is considered one of the most prominent logistics hubs for products entering and exiting the European Union.

Katie Pyzyk | Contributing Writer
November 18, 2019
Business, Top 50

Spending on Port Projects Rises

A shipping container is off-loaded at the Port of Los Angeles.

U.S. ports and their private sector partners have ramped up their investments in infrastructure improvements, which ultimately should help trucking companies get their drivers in and out of these complexes faster and more efficiently, industry experts said.

November 18, 2019

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