2019 Top 50 Logistics Companies

2019 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 50 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
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Rank This Year Rank Last Year Company Net Revenue (Millions) Gross Revenue (Millions) Employeessort descending
3 3 DHL Supply Chain 3,809 4,178 -
19 17 Syncreon Holdings 1,050
est
1,165 -
9 17 Lineage Logistics 1,837 - -
44 48 Toll Global Forwarding 290
est
1,475
est
-
23 22 Neovia Logistics 763
est
763
est
-
27 27 Universal Logistics Holdings 610
est
1,148 -
13 23 Ingram Micro Commerce & Lifecycle Services 1,400
est
1,500 -
4 6 J.B. Hunt Transport Services 2,900
est
8,214 -
6 7 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions 2,636 3,731 -
31 28 DSC Logistics 535
est
578
est
-
43 - Covenant Logistics Group 298
est
401 -
33 32 DSV Panalpina 522
est
2,358 -
11 8 FedEx Logistics 1,625
est
3,170
est
-
37 34 Panalpina Inc. 435 2,596 -
1 1 XPO Logistics 6,112
est
10,850
est
-
16 17 Schneider 1,180
est
2,711 -
40 38 BDP International 379 1,552 -
42 41 Worldwide Express 360 1,650 -
2 2 UPS Supply Chain Solutions 4,750
est
9,814
est
-
38 42 Landstar System 420
est
2,542
est
-
50 - GlobalTranz Enterprises 245 1,384 853
46 45 Cowan Logistics 281
est
426 1,445
35 36 TransGroup Global Logistics 460
est
1,005 1,449
44 44 Visible Supply Chain Management 290
est
357 1,500
36 39 Performance Team 456 456 1,750
38 40 Echo Global Logistics 420 2,440 2,321
47 46 Transplace Inc. 280 2,886 2,400
41 50 Odyssey Logistics & Technology 365 1,018 2,400
49 - Lazer Spot 256 262 2,555
32 26 Kenco Group 534 603 3,100
28 31 U.S. Xpress Enterprises 571 809 3,169
34 35 Black Horse Carriers Inc. 491 491 3,438
48 - Marten Transport 275
est
412 3,590
29 30 Saddle Creek Logistics Services 538
est
579 3,800
24 25 Cardinal Logistics 718 805 4,245
18 14 Radial 1,082 - 4,914
30 33 Hub Group 536
est
4,423 5,370
25 29 Total Quality Logistics 683 3,643 5,500
22 21 Ruan 900
est
957 5,700
20 21 Werner Logistics 1,028 1,465 6,119
26 25 APL Logistics (North America) 665
est
1,075
est
6,800
20 16 DB Schenker (North America) 1,028
est
2,997
est
7,200
15 13 Ceva Logistics (North America) 1,195
est
2,427 10,350
10 10 NFI 1,700 2,000 10,900
17 9 Americold Logistics 1,158 1,595 11,000
14 15 Geodis (North America) 1,319 2,139 13,549
12 11 Kuehne + Nagel Americas 1,579 6,634 14,466
5 4 C.H. Robinson Worldwide 2,705 16,631 15,262
7 5 Expeditors International of Washington 2,620 8,138 17,500
8 12 Penske Logistics 1,840
est
2,300 19,331
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Radiant Logistics ($202 million), Bellevue, Wash., provides air and ocean freight forwarding, custom brokerage, freight brokerage, intermodal and drayage, inventory management and packaging, order fulfillment, returned goods management, transportation management and warehousing and distribution.
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Top 50 News
Business, Technology, Logistics, Top 50

How Logistics Firms Are Handling the Pandemic's E-Commerce Boom

Employees sort crates of packages at a DHL facility in Chicago. (Daniel Acker/Bloomberg News)

The COVID-19 pandemic has squeezed many years of growth in online sales and e-commerce fulfillment into a single 12-month period.

Jerry Hirsch | Contributing Writer
April 3, 2021
Business, Technology, Logistics, Top 50, TCA

XPO Opening Automated Logistics Facility in Indiana

An XPO Logistics supply chain facility

XPO Logistics will open an automated logistics facility in Clayton, Ind., at one of the state’s major logistics hubs in Hendricks County. The new facility is expected to employ 800 people and become fully operational sometime this summer, according to XPO.

Rashika Jaipuriar | The Indianapolis Star
March 24, 2021
Business, Top 50, Top 100

FedEx Rides E-Commerce to $21.5 Billion Third Quarter

A FedEx employee carries a box before loading into a van at a coronavirus testing facility in New Jersey.

The continued yearlong surge in e-commerce brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic sent FedEx’s year-over-year fiscal third-quarter net revenue up 23% to $21.5 billion, compared with $17.4 billion in the same period in 2020.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
March 18, 2021
Business, Logistics, Breaking News, Top 50

XPO Sets GXO Logistics as Name of New Spinoff Company

XPO

XPO Logistics has selected GXO Logistics as the name of the stand-alone logistics company that it will spin off from its larger operation later this year.

Joe Howard | Executive Editor
March 18, 2021
Business, Technology, Equipment, Fuel, Top 50, Top 100

Trucking Industry Making Strides Toward Electrification

Electric

Original equipment manufacturers, shippers and environmental activist groups are aligning behind the promised benefits of zero-emission trucks, and are encouraging the trucking industry to accelerate adoption of vehicles powered by alternatives to diesel.

Dan Ronan | Associate News Editor
March 11, 2021
Business, Technology, Safety, Logistics, Top 50

COVID-19 Exposes Cold Chain Problems, Solutions

dry ice added to vaccine box

The coronavirus pandemic has presented new challenges and opportunities for innovation in cold chain shipments.

Connor D. Wolf | Staff Reporter
March 2, 2021
Government, Business, Logistics, Top 50, Top 100

UPS Expects 40% Jump in Vaccine Doses Next Week, Peak in May

A UPS truck exits a distribution center in Chicago in November 2020. (Christopher Dilts/Bloomberg News)

UPS Inc. and FedEx Corp. are ramping up vaccine distribution, with plans for additional gains if Johnson & Johnson’s inoculation is cleared by U.S. regulators.

Thomas Black | Bloomberg News
February 25, 2021
Business, Logistics, Top 50

Kuehne + Nagel Buys Apex Logistics in $1.5 Billion Deal

Trucks and trailers at the Kuehne + Nagel International AG logistics center in Haiger, Germany.

Kuehne + Nagel International AG has agreed to acquire Apex International Corp. in a deal that values the freight forwarder at about $1.5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.

February 22, 2021
Government, Business, Logistics, Top 50

US Steps Up Heat on Container Carriers to Ease Port Congestion

A container ship is berthed at the Kobe Port in Hyogo, Japan. (Buddhika Weerasinghe/Bloomberg News)

U.S. regulators stepped up the heat on ocean shipping companies and the seaport terminals some of them operate, seeking to smooth the disrupted flow of containers that are swamping America’s biggest ports and wreaking havoc on the nation’s strained supply chains.

Brendan Murray | Bloomberg News
February 18, 2021
Logistics, Top 50

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