2018 Top 50 Logistics Companies

2018 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 50 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
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Rank This Yearsort descending Rank Last Year Company Net Revenue (Millions) Gross Revenue (Millions) Employees
1 1 XPO Logistics 5,238
est
9,506
est
-
2 3 UPS Supply Chain Solutions 3,252
est
7,981 -
3 4 DHL Supply Chain 2,415
est
4,390
est
-
4 5 C.H. Robinson Worldwide 2,368 14,869 15,074
5 6 Expeditors International of Washington 2,319 6,920 16,944
6 2 J.B. Hunt Transport Services 2,315
est
6,828 -
7 7 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions 2,297 3,066 -
8 9 FedEx Logistics 1,545
est
3,014 -
9 8 Americold Logistics 1,536 - 11,000
10 14 NFI 1,468 1,910 10,000
11 11 Kuehne + Nagel Americas 1,379 5,541 -
12 12 Penske Logistics 1,360
est
1,700 17,900
13 10 Ceva Logistics 1,155
est
2,331 -
14 23 Radial 1,082 - 6,000
15 12 Geodis 1,010 1,297 10,000
16 16 APL Logistics 1,000
est
1,632 7,600
17 18 DB Schenker USA 995
est
2,870
est
7,000
18 16 Schneider 900
est
2,330 -
18 20 Syncreon Holdings 900 1,000 -
18 20 Lineage Logistics 900 - -
21 22 Werner Logistics 855 1,211 5,586
22 25 Ruan 785
est
836 5,362
23 24 Neovia Logistics 763 - -
24 34 Ingram Micro Commerce & Lifecycle Services 750 800 -
25 19 Cardinal Logistics Holdings 723 792 4,273
26 26 Kenco Group 556 605 3,100
27 36 Universal Logistics Holdings 545
est
933 -
28 32 DSC Logistics 530 - -
29 27 Total Quality Logistics 521 2,934 4,200
30 30 Saddle Creek Logistics Services 510 - 3,100
31 29 U.S. Xpress Enterprises 484 661 3,429
32 31 DSV Panalpina 465
est
2,094 -
33 28 Hub Group 458 4,035 4,000
34 33 Panalpina Inc. 436 2,381 -
35 37 Black Horse Carriers Inc. 413 413 3,150
36 35 TransGroup Global Logistics 405
est
905 1,449
37 42 Preferred Freezer Services 394 394 2,213
38 40 BDP International 370
est
1,300 -
39 38 Performance Team 368 368 1,400
40 39 Echo Global Logistics 339 1,943 2,453
41 41 Worldwide Express 330 1,400 1,400
42 45 Landstar System 320
est
1,940
est
-
43 44 Burris Logistics 271 3,396 -
44 - Visible Supply Chain Management 256 286 1,200
45 47 Cowan Logistics 254 367 1,390
46 49 Transplace Inc. 242 2,181 2,050
47 48 Fidelitone 228 237 630
48 - Averitt Express Inc. 225 287 -
48 43 Toll Global Forwarding 225
est
1,160
est
-
50 50 Odyssey Logistics & Technology 215
est
650
est
-
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Dupre Logistics ($174 million), Lafayette, La., provides customs brokerage, dedicated contract carriage, freight brokerage, freight payment and auditing, intermodal and drayage, inventory management and packaging, supply chain consulting and transportation management.
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Business, Top 100, Top 50

Hub Group Reports Higher Revenue, Profits in 1Q

Hub Group

Hub Group reported higher revenue and profits in the first quarter of 2018 with growth coming from intermodal, logistics and dedicated contract carriage operations.

Daniel P. Bearth | Staff Writer
April 26, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 100, Top 50

Universal Logistics Buoyed by Record Revenue, Strong Profits

Universal Logistics Holdings

Universal Logistics Holdings reported first-quarter net income of $10.4 million, or 37 cents per share, a rise of 147% from $4.3 million reported for the first quarter a year ago.

Burney Simpson | Staff Reporter
April 26, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 100, Top 50

UPS Delivers 1Q Net Income of $1.34 Billion, Up 15% Year-to-Year

UPS truck

UPS Inc. reported double-digit gains in the first quarter as a result of the strength of its global business as well as economic conditions.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
April 26, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 50

Echo Global Logistics Reports Revenue Surge in 1Q

Echo Global Logistics

Echo Global Logistics reported record revenue in the first quarter of 2018 and posted a profit, compared with a loss a year ago, as tight capacity drove more business to third-party transportation service providers.

Daniel P. Bearth | Staff Writer
April 25, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 50

XPO Logistics Appoints Troy Cooper, Kenneth Wagers to Executive Posts

Bradley Jacobs

XPO Logistics promoted Troy Cooper to the newly created position of president from COO, and appointed Kenneth Wagers COO with responsibility for operations in 32 countries.

April 24, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 50

Lineage Expands Texas Warehouse

Lineage Logistics warehouse

Lineage Logistics recently began the expansion of its Sunnyvale, Texas, warehousing and distribution center, adding 94,000 square feet to the existing 311,885-square-foot facility.

April 23, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 50

Peoples Services Acquires Grimes Cos. to Expand in Southeast

Peoples Services

Peoples Services Inc., a logistics firm based in Canton, Ohio, acquired the assets of The Grimes Cos. in Jacksonville, Fla., a move that substantially expands the company’s warehousing and distribution services in the southeastern United States.

April 18, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 100, Top 50

Mike Ducker to Step Down as FedEx Freight CEO on Aug. 15

Mike Ducker

Mike Ducker will retire Aug. 15 as president and CEO of FedEx Freight after leading the group for four years, FedEx Corp. announced April 16. His successor will be named later.

Burney Simpson | Staff Reporter
April 16, 2018
Business, Logistics, Top 50

Allen Lund, Founder of Freight Brokerage Firm, Dies

Allen Lund, founder of third-party transportation broker Allen Lund Co., died April 7 after recently being diagnosed with cancer. He was 77.

April 11, 2018
Business, Technology, Logistics, Top 100, Top 50

Schneider, 8VC Partner to Boost Digital Supply Chain

Schneider truck

Venture capital firm 8VC and diversified truckload carrier Schneider announced a partnership to leverage technology on trucks to create a pathway to a fully digital supply chain.

April 11, 2018

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