Top 50 Trucking Companies

Top 50 Trucking Companies

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Top 50 trucking companies
The United States’ largest trucking companies kept tapping their brakes in 2013, slowing revenue growth for the second consecutive year as the economic recovery remained a modest one.

News & Analysis

31 Oct 2014
Celadon Trucking put more drivers on U.S. highways in the last quarter, and those truckers brought back more revenue and profits for the carrier.
11 Mar 2014
Tonnage is growing by double digits for Old Dominion Freight Line, rising 11.7 percent year-over-year in February after climbing 10.1 percent in January.
07 Mar 2014
Higher first quarter volume and revenue at Landstar System reflect rising freight demand and truck rates, despite and perhaps in part thanks to severe weather.
YRC Freight logo
27 Feb 2014
The $4.87 billion less-than-truckload operator scraped through a tumultuous 2013 and promises to focus on improving fundamental processes at YRC Freight in 2014.
26 Feb 2014
Roadrunner, one of the fastest growing large trucking companies, is expanding its truckload business faster thanks to acquisitions, including its purchase of Rich Logistics.
American Trucking Associations President and CEO Bill Graves. Photo by Jaclyn O'Laughlin, ATA.
21 Feb 2014
With stronger, steadier economic expansion forecast for this year and truck capacity nearly static, the trucking industry expects to regain some of the pricing power and revenue it will need to cover a host of rising costs, many the result of regulatory initiatives in Washington. American Trucking Associations President and CEO Bill Graves and Chief Economist Bob Costello sat down with senior editors William B. Cassidy and Mark Szakonyi earlier this month to discuss the economic, regulatory and political outlook for trucking and the industry’s largest member-based lobbying organization in 2014 and beyond.

Commentary

What's the best way to celebrate National Truck Driver Appreciation Week? 1) Raise pay; 2) Start to build a more 'driver-centric' business.

Video

Senior Editor Bill Cassidy interviews YRC Worldwide CEO James Welch, who is getting closer to his goal of returning the troubled less-than-truckload operator to profitability.