2014 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 50 largest logistics companies in the U.S. and Canada
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Rankings
Rank This Yearsort descending Rank Last Year Company Net Revenue (Millions) Gross Revenue (Millions) Employees
1 5 UPS Supply Chain Solutions 2,860
est
5,492
est
-
2 2 J.B. Hunt Transport Services 2,600
est
5,224 -
3 1 DHL Supply Chain 2,550
est
4,600 -
4 3 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions 2,064 2,383 -
5 16 Expeditors International of Washington 1,883 6,080 13,900
6 6 C.H. Robinson Worldwide 1,836 12,752 11,645
7 4 Ceva Logistics 1,770 2,641 -
8 7 Americold Logistics 1,696
est
- 12,000
9 26 UTi Worldwide 1,525 4,441 21,018
10 10 Schneider 1,242 3,390
est
-
11 11 Kuehne + Nagel Inc. 1,109
est
5,046
est
-
12 45 XPO Logistics Inc. 1,100 2,800 -
13 12 Genco 1,007 1,509 9,985
14 13 APL Logistics 955
est
1,600 -
15 14 NFI 914
est
1,091 -
16 18 Swift Transportation 890
est
1,091 -
17 17 Werner Global Logistics 832 1,138 4,580
18 8 DB Schenker USA 806
est
2,838
est
6,000
19 9 Neovia Logistics 800
est
- -
20 19 Penske Logistics 779
est
968 10,089
21 22 Ruan 767
est
807 5,139
22 20 Menlo Worldwide 682 1,540 8,500
23 15 Cardinal Logistics Holdings 681
est
- -
24 24 Jacobson Cos. 590
est
800 5,500
26 21 OHL 570
est
1,142 8,158
27 27 U.S. Xpress Enterprises 475 618 -
28 28 Kenco Group 474 510 3,800
29 30 Fidelitone 471 481 708
30 31 FedEx Logistics 458
est
1,387
est
900
31 35 Universal Logistics Holdings 451 - -
32 29 Hub Group 371 3,374 1,334
33 34 Saddle Creek Logistics Services 358 - 2,470
34 32 DSC Logistics 340
est
- -
35 36 Toll Global Forwarding 297
est
1,468
est
-
36 37 Panalpina Inc. 291
est
1,225
est
-
37 42 Total Quality Logistics 288 1,838 2,752
38 38 Burris Logistics 256
est
- -
39 39 Performance Team 255
est
- 3,840
40 37 BDP International 254
est
1,900
est
-
41 - Coyote Logistics 231 2,000 2,000
42 43 Preferred Freezer Services 225 275 1,800
43 47 Cowan Logistics 223 330 -
44 33 Landstar System 217
est
1,301
est
-
45 46 SCI Group 212 213 1,800
46 44 Averitt Express Inc. 189
est
326
est
-
47 49 Damco International 185
est
1,007
est
-
48 40 Agility Logistics 175
est
795
est
-
49 - Legacy Supply Chain Services 170
est
380 -
50 - Echo Global Logistics 155 884 1,350
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Brad Jacobs

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Penske Joins Autonomous Vehicle Coalition PAVE

Penske

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Jim Stinson | Staff Reporter
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Americold Reports Revenue Rises 0.5% to $393.1 Million in 1Q

Americold signage

Americold Realty Trust, one of the world’s largest companies focused on temperature-controlled warehouses, on May 7 reported revenue rose in the first quarter ending March 31.

Jim Stinson | Staff Reporter
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C.H. Robinson Beats Wall Street Expectations With 1Q Earnings

C.H. Robinson sign

Freight broker and produce distributor C.H. Robinson Worldwide beat Wall Street profit expectations, even as it saw first-quarter total revenue decline 4.4% to $3.75 billion compared with $3.92 billion in the first quarter of 2018.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
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Americold Agrees to Acquire Cloverleaf Cold Storage

Americold signage

Americold Logistics has agreed to buy Cloverleaf Cold Storage for $1.24 billion, a move that ramps up a trend toward consolidation in the refrigerated warehousing sector.

Daniel P. Bearth | Staff Writer
April 16, 2019
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Is Amazon a Logistics Company? All Signs Point to That

Amazon Warehouse

Should Amazon.com be considered one of the largest logistics companies in North America? The answer, according to most industry observers, is yes. And how big is that business? That question, unfortunately, can’t be answered definitively, at least not yet.

Daniel P. Bearth | Staff Writer
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Business, Logistics, Top 50

2018 Was a Year of Extraordinary Growth for 3PLs

C.H. Robinson truck

The two main drivers of growth for logistics companies in 2018 were an inventory buildup to beat tariffs and solid expansion in the domestic economy.

Evan Armstrong | President of Armstrong & Associates Inc.
April 8, 2019
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2019 Top 50 Logistics Companies

XPO Logistics truck

XPO Logistics remains ­firmly entrenched atop Transport Topics' 2019 Top 50 Logistics Companies rankings after a meteoric rise fueled by a string of high-profile acquisitions over the last eight years. Read about the full rankings.

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