The JOC Top 40 3PLs (2011)

The JOC Top 40 3PLs (2011)

2010 Rank Company2010 Revenue in $ millionsBase Country CoverageNotes
1DHL Logistics$34,725GermanyGlobalExcludes Williams Lea (Corporate Information Solutions) division.
2Kuehne + Nagel$19,420SwitzerlandGlobal 
3DB Schenker Logistics $17,430GermanyGlobalExcludes asset-based portion of land tansport.
4CEVA Logistics $9,070NetherlandsGlobal 
5C.H. Robinson Worldwide$7,576USAGlobalTotal transportation segment. Includes full-year effect from the 2009 acquisitions of Walker, ITC and Quality Logistics.
6DSV $7,570DenmarkGlobalAcquired South African partner in December 2010.
7Panalpina $6,930SwitzerlandGlobalAcquired Australian partner carrier, Apollo Forwarding
8SNCF Geodis $6,125FranceGlobalForwarding and contract logistics revenue only. Acquisitions of five companies during 2009 and 2010 accounted for 60 percent of the growth.
9UPS Supply Chain Solutions$6,022USAGlobalForwarding and logistics segment of Supply Chain & Freight division.
10Expeditors International of Washington$5,968USAGlobal 
11Sinotrans $5,480ChinaGlobalFreight forwarding revenue.
12Agility Logistics $5,390KuwaitGlobalLogistics and freight forwarding. Contractual issues in the U.S. prevent bidding for and renewal of existing government work.
13DACHSER & Co.$4,685GermanyGlobalAcquired U.K.'s Leach Distribution in April 2010.
14UTI Worldwide$4,605USAGlobal 
15Toll Holdings*$4,595AustraliaGlobalMade 10 acquisitions in 2010.
16NYK Logistics*$4,456JapanGlobal 
17Gefco$4,285FranceGlobal 
18Bolloré $4,010FranceGlobalTransportation and logistics segment; excludes African operations, which are primarily asset-based port operations.
19Hellmann Worldwide Logistics$3,615GermanyGlobal 
20Wincanton$3,491United KingdomGlobal 
21J.B. Hunt $3,339USANorth AmericaExcludes revenue from truckload.
22Rhenus & Co.$3,160GermanyGlobalExcludes asset-based and public transportation.
23Kintetsu World Express*$2,981JapanGlobal 
24Nippon Express*$2,883JapanGlobal 
25Damco$2,691DenmarkGlobalDivision of A.P. Moller-Maersk.
26Penske Logistics $2,400USAGlobal 
27Sankyu*$2,297JapanGlobal 
28Pantos*$2,280KoreaGlobal 
29Caterpillar Logistics Service$2,225USAGlobal 
30Fiege$2,195GermanyGlobal 
31Hub Group$1,834USAGlobal 
32BDP International $1,800USAGlobalAcquired Spain's Euromodal in July 2010. Began operations in India and Vietnam.
33America Latina Logistica*$1,785BrazilSouth America 
34Logwin$1,770LuxembourgGlobalFormerly Thiel Logistik.
35Ryder$1,735USAGlobalSupply chain solutions and dedicated contract carriage revenue. Acquired Total Logistics Control in December 2010.
36Schneider Logistics$1,650USAGlobalSold freight forwarding and customs brokerage business to Norbert Dentressangle in October 2010.
37Norbert Dentressangle $1,643FranceEuropeLogistics revenue only . Acquired Schneider Logistics' freight forwarding and customs brokerage business in October 2010. Agreed to purchase TDG in 2011.
38Pacer International $1,503USAGlobalNew contracts transitioning wholesale IMC business to rails.
39Genco ATC$1,400USANorth AmericaContains full-year revenue for both Genco and ATC's Solutions division; merger completed in October 2010.
40Menlo Worldwide Logistics$1,478USAGlobalSubsidiary of Con-way. Includes full-year impact of new government contract, implemented during 2008-2009.
 TOTAL TOP 40$208,497   
Note: Company revenue is primarily from non-asset third-party logistics
Italics indicates SJ Consulting Group estimate
* Indicates significant currency impact
Source: SJ Consulting Group