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 Warehouses
1 DHL Supply Chain 119.0 417
2 XPO Logistics 84.2 401
3 Ryder Supply Chain Solutions 50.0 207
4 Geodis 42.9 168
5 NFI 41.5 130
6 FedEx Logistics 35.4 127
7 Kenco Logistics Services 25.0 80
8 DSC Logistics 23.0 63
9 Penske Logistics 21.4 87
10 DB Schenker USA 21.0 55
11 Ceva Logistics 19.7 147
12 Saddle Creek Logistics Services 17.9 66
13 UPS Supply Chain Solutions 17.3 144
14 Atlas Logistics 17.1 594
15 Kuehne + Nagel North America 15.6 83
16 Warehouse Services Inc. 14.0 30
17 WSI Inc. 14.0 52
18 APL Logistics 12.0 35
19 Radial 11.8 24
20 Expeditors International of Washington 11.5 117
21 Neovia Logistics 10.2 49
22 Ingram Micro Commerce & Lifecycle Services 8.6 35
23 Universal Logistics Holdings 8.4 58
24 Kane Is Able Inc. 8.3 26
25 Blue Ribbon Transport 8.3 20
26 DSV Panalpina 8.2 40
27 FW Logistics 8.0 15
28 Schneider 7.0 40
29 Syncreon Holdings 7.0 44
30 Peoples Services Inc. 6.9 37
31 Performance Team 6.7 12
32 Technicolor Global Logistics 6.5 12
33 Legacy Supply Chain Services 6.2 35
34 Verst Group Logistics 6.0 20
35 WOW Logistics 6.0 19
36 Port Logistics Group 5.5 14
37 Reo Logistics 5.0 6
38 United Facilities 5.0 9
39 The Shippers Group 4.5 11
40 Nippon Express Co. 4.4 57
41 Comprehensive Logistics 4.3 17
42 Wagner Logistics 4.2 16
43 Hitachi Transport System 4.1 48
44 Acme Distribution Centers 4.0 5
45 D+S Distribution 4.0 21
46 LeSaint Logistics 4.0 14
47 Xpedient Logistics 4.0 5
48 Damco International 3.9 18
49 ODW Logistics 3.8 14
50 Atlanta Bonded Warehouse 3.8 12
51 Keller Logistics Group 3.8 9
52 Interstate Warehousing 3.7 7
53 RGL Logistics 3.5 23
54 SCI Group 3.4 27
55 Seko Logistics 3.3 100
56 Grupo Porteo 3.2 27
57 Yusen Logistics 3.1 49
58 Cardinal Logistics Holdings 3.0 29
59 Barrett Distribution 3.0 14
60 Laney & Duke Terminal Warehouse 3.0 4
61 Network Global Logistics 3.0 13
62 Celadon Group 2.8 12
63 Roadrunner Transportation Systems 2.8 15
64 Pilot Freight Services 2.8 72
65 We Pack Logistics 2.7 8
66 Bonded Logistics 2.6 11
67 Burris Logistics 2.5 15
68 Crane Worldwide Logistics 2.5 39
69 Weber Logistics 2.5 10
70 Evans Distribution Systems 2.5 8
71 Mallory Alexander International Logistics 2.4 12
72 Landair 2.2 12
73 A & R Logistics 2.2 10
74 Fidelitone 2.1 30
75 Onest Logistics 2.0 29
76 PFS 2.0 7
77 The Terminal Corp. 2.0 9
78 Commercial Warehousing 2.0 16
79 Amware Fulfillment 2.0 9
80 Patterson Warehouses 2.0 6
81 Commercial Warehouse & Cartage 2.0 8
82 Integrated Distribution Services 1.9 7
83 ACCEL Logistica 1.9 16
84 Kintetsu World Express 1.8 31
85 Brightstar 1.8 42
86 Midwest Express Group 1.8 7
87 Speed Commerce 1.8 4
88 Hanson Logistics 1.8 9
89 Seldat Distribution 1.7 4
90 Matson Logistics Services 1.7 2
91 Hall's Warehouse Corp. 1.6 8
92 East Coast Warehouse & Distribution 1.5 5
93 Logistics Plus 1.5 10
94 Hellmann Worldwide Logistics 1.5 20
95 Nexus Distribution 1.5 5
96 Congebec Logistics 1.5 12
97 Star Distribution Systems 1.5 1
98 Seaonus 1.4 6
99 G&D Integrated 1.4 11
100 Columbian Logistics Network 1.4 8
101 TransGroup Global Logistics 1.2 71
102 A.N. Deringer Inc. 1.2 12
103 Watco Supply Chain Services 1.2 12
104 WEL Cos. 1.2 12
105 Railex 1.2 4
106 Bender Group 1.2 5
107 Visible Supply Chain Management 1.1 4
108 Capacity 1.1 5
109 Flagler Global Logistics 1.1 1
110 Ruan 1.0 6
111 Transplace Inc. 1.0 11
112 Radiant Logistics 1.0 100
113 Kontane Logistics 1.0 6
114 MD Logistics 1.0 5
115 D.W. Morgan 1.0 15
116 Advance Distribution System 1.0 6
117 Zero Mountain 1.0 5
118 Confederation Freezers 1.0 4
119 IEDS Logistics 1.0 11
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