The leading logistics companies in the United States in 2018, based on North American net revenue* (in million U.S. dollars)

U.S. logistics companies - based on net revenue 2018 This statistic shows a ranking of the leading logistics companies in 2018, ranked by North American net revenue in 2017. In that year, XPO Logistics generated almost 5.3 billion U.S. dollars in net revenue in North America and was ranked first place.
Key U.S. logistics companies

Consumers in the United States are benefiting from the multiplicity of transport modes available in our increasingly connected world. The most widely used haulage modes include road and rail transport, as well as ship transport and aviation. Once customers place an order for an item, they trigger a vast array of services going beyond the simple delivery of parcels. Logistics companies offer the integration of information flow through supply chain management software, warehousing, packaging and material handling, as well as forwarding, returned goods management and brokerage. The actual forwarding may be done by using several transport modes across multiple territories.

In the 2016 ranking, UPS Supply Chain Solutions was the leading logistics company in the United States. With a customer base including Philips Healthcare, Pratt Whitney and Triumph Motorcycles customers list, the Georgia-based forwarder generated a little over 3.1 billion U.S. dollars in revenue from activities in North America. It is a subsidiary of United Parcel Service, a company that raked in more than 65.8 billion U.S. dollars in revenue in its 2017 fiscal year and employed around 454,000 truckers, pilots, crew members, mechanics, office workers and managers.
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Net revenue in million U.S. dollars
XPO Logistics**5,238
UPS Supply Chain Solutions **3,252
DHL Supply Chain**2,415
C.H. Robinson Worldwide2,368
Expeditors International of Washington 2,319
J.B. Hunt Transport Services**2,315
Ryder Supply Chain Solutions 2,297
FedEx**1,545
Americold Logistics1,536
NFI1,468
Net revenue in million U.S. dollars
XPO Logistics**5,238
UPS Supply Chain Solutions **3,252
DHL Supply Chain**2,415
C.H. Robinson Worldwide2,368
Expeditors International of Washington 2,319
J.B. Hunt Transport Services**2,315
Ryder Supply Chain Solutions 2,297
FedEx**1,545
Americold Logistics1,536
NFI1,468
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This statistic shows a ranking of the leading logistics companies in 2018, ranked by North American net revenue in 2017. In that year, XPO Logistics generated almost 5.3 billion U.S. dollars in net revenue in North America and was ranked first place.
Key U.S. logistics companies

Consumers in the United States are benefiting from the multiplicity of transport modes available in our increasingly connected world. The most widely used haulage modes include road and rail transport, as well as ship transport and aviation. Once customers place an order for an item, they trigger a vast array of services going beyond the simple delivery of parcels. Logistics companies offer the integration of information flow through supply chain management software, warehousing, packaging and material handling, as well as forwarding, returned goods management and brokerage. The actual forwarding may be done by using several transport modes across multiple territories.

In the 2016 ranking, UPS Supply Chain Solutions was the leading logistics company in the United States. With a customer base including Philips Healthcare, Pratt Whitney and Triumph Motorcycles customers list, the Georgia-based forwarder generated a little over 3.1 billion U.S. dollars in revenue from activities in North America. It is a subsidiary of United Parcel Service, a company that raked in more than 65.8 billion U.S. dollars in revenue in its 2017 fiscal year and employed around 454,000 truckers, pilots, crew members, mechanics, office workers and managers.
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Release date
April 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2017
Supplementary notes
* Values are based on 12-month 2017 net revenue. ** Figures are estimates.

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