2018 Top Dry Storage Warehousing Firms

2018 Essential Financial and Operating Information for the 50 Largest Logistics Companies in North America
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Top Dry Storage Warehousing Firms

Rank Company Total Space (Millions of Sq.Ft.) No. of Warehousessort descending
1 Flagler Global Logistics 1.1 1
2 Star Distribution Systems 1.5 1
3 Matson Logistics Services 1.7 2
4 Speed Commerce 1.8 4
5 Visible Supply Chain Management 1.1 4
6 Seldat Distribution 1.7 4
7 Railex 1.2 4
8 Confederation Freezers 1.0 4
9 Laney & Duke Logistics 3.0 4
10 MD Logistics 1.0 5
11 Acme Distribution Centers 4.0 5
12 East Coast Warehouse & Distribution 1.5 5
13 Xpedient Logistics 4.0 5
14 Nexus Distribution 1.5 5
15 Zero Mountain 1.0 5
16 Bender Group 1.2 5
17 Capacity 1.1 5
18 Kontane Logistics 1.0 6
19 Reo Logistics 5.0 6
20 Patterson Warehouses 2.0 6
21 Seaonus 1.4 6
22 Advance Distribution System 1.0 6
23 Ruan 1.0 6
24 Integrated Distribution Services 1.9 7
25 Interstate Warehousing 3.7 7
26 PFSweb 2.0 7
27 Midwest Express Group 1.8 7
28 Hall's Warehouse Corp. 1.6 8
29 We Pack Logistics 2.7 8
30 Evans Distribution Systems 2.5 8
31 Commercial Warehouse & Cartage 2.0 8
32 Columbian Logistics Network 1.4 8
33 The Terminal Corp. 2.0 9
34 United Facilities 5.0 9
35 Keller Logistics Group 3.8 9
36 Amware Fulfillment 2.0 9
37 Hanson Logistics 1.8 9
38 Weber Logistics 2.5 10
39 A & R Logistics 2.2 10
40 Logistics Plus 1.5 10
41 The Shippers Group 4.5 11
42 G&D Integrated 1.4 11
43 Transplace Inc. 1.0 11
44 IEDS Logistics 1.0 11
45 Bonded Logistics 2.6 11
46 Celadon Group 2.8 12
47 A.N. Deringer Inc. 1.2 12
48 Watco Supply Chain Services 1.2 12
49 Landair 2.2 12
50 Technicolor Global Logistics 6.5 12
51 Performance Team 6.7 12
52 Congebec Logistics 1.5 12
53 WEL Cos. 1.2 12
54 Atlanta Bonded Warehouse 3.8 12
55 Mallory Alexander International Logistics 2.4 12
56 Network Global Logistics 3.0 13
57 LeSaint Logistics 4.0 14
58 Port Logistics Group 5.5 14
59 Barrett Distribution 3.0 14
60 ODW Logistics 3.8 14
61 D.W. Morgan 1.0 15
62 Burris Logistics 2.5 15
63 FW Logistics 8.0 15
64 Roadrunner Transportation Systems 2.8 15
65 ACCEL Logistica 1.9 16
66 Wagner Logistics 4.2 16
67 Commercial Warehousing 2.0 16
68 Comprehensive Logistics 4.3 17
69 Damco International 3.9 18
70 WOW Logistics 6.0 19
71 Verst Group Logistics 6.0 20
72 Blue Ribbon Transport 8.3 20
73 Hellmann Worldwide Logistics (North America) 1.5 20
74 D+S Distribution 4.0 21
75 RGL Logistics 3.5 23
76 Radial 11.8 24
77 Kane Is Able Inc. 8.3 26
78 SCI Group 3.4 27
79 Grupo Porteo 3.2 27
80 Onest Logistics 2.0 29
81 Cardinal Logistics 3.0 29
82 Warehouse Services Inc. 14.0 30
83 Fidelitone 2.1 30
84 Kintetsu World Express (North America) 1.8 31
85 Ingram Micro Commerce & Lifecycle Services 8.6 35
86 Legacy Supply Chain Services 6.2 35
87 APL Logistics (North America) 12.0 35
88 Peoples Services Inc. 6.9 37
89 Crane Worldwide Logistics 2.5 39
90 DSV Panalpina (North America) 8.2 40
91 Schneider 7.0 40
92 Brightstar 1.8 42
93 Syncreon Holdings 7.0 44
94 Hitachi Transport System (North America) 4.1 48
95 Yusen Logistics (North America) 3.1 49
96 Neovia Logistics 10.2 49
97 WSI Inc. 14.0 52
98 DB Schenker (North America) 21.0 55
99 Nippon Express (North America) 4.4 57
100 Universal Logistics Holdings 8.4 58
101 DSC Logistics 23.0 63
102 Saddle Creek Logistics Services 17.9 66
103 TransGroup Global Logistics 1.2 71
104 Pilot Freight Services 2.8 72
105 Kenco Logistics Services 25.0 80
106 Kuehne + Nagel (North America) 15.6 83
107 Penske Logistics 21.4 87
108 Seko Logistics 3.3 100
109 Radiant Logistics 1.0 100
110 Expeditors International of Washington 11.5 117
111 FedEx Logistics 35.4 127
112 NFI 41.5 130
113 UPS Supply Chain Solutions 17.3 144
114 Ceva Logistics (North America) 19.7 147
115 Geodis (North America) 42.9 168
116 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions 50.0 207
117 XPO Logistics 84.2 401
118 DHL Supply Chain (North America) 119.0 417
119 Atlas Logistics 17.1 594
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