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Trucking Companies keep America stocked with everyday goods.

80 percent of all communities in the US rely exclusively on trucks to deliver all of their fuel, clothing, medicine, and other consumer goods.

  • The trucking industry employs 10 million people in jobs that relate directly to trucking.

The trucking industry consists primarily of small truck fleets, considering 93 percent of interstate motor carriers (over 500,000) operate 20 or fewer trucks.

Below is a list of trucking companies that have the most revenue per year.

2019 TOP 25 TRUCKLOAD CARRIERS: 2018 REVENUES (Including fuel surcharges)
Rank Carrier name 2018 Revenue($ million) 2019 Revenue($ million) YoY %Change
1 Knight-Swift Transportation $4,290 $3,953 -7.9%
2 J.B. Hunt Transport Services $2,581 $3,084 19.5%
3 Schneider National $2,675 $2,397 -10.4%
4 Prime $1,937 $2,107 8.8%
5 Landstar System $2,243 $2,057 -8.3%
6 Werner Enterprises $1,853 $1,887 1.8%
7 U.S. Xpress Enterprises $1,562 $1,521 -2.6%
8 CRST International $1,583 $1,469 -7.2%
9 Daseke $1,345 $1,421 5.6%
10 Ryder Systems $1,094 $1,163 6.3%
11 Crete Carrier Corp. $1,151 $1,151 0.1%
12 Penske Logistics $919 $1,110 20.8%
13 CR England $1,003 $995 -0.8%
14 Ruan Transportation Management Services $813 $885 8.9%
15 TFI International $811 $759 -6.4%
16 PS Logistics $654 $744 13.8%
17 Western Express $695 $684 -1.7%
18 Covenant Transportation Group $706 $677 -4.1%
19 Stevens Transport $667 $646 -3.1%
20 Marten Transport $599 $644 7.5%
21 Anderson Trucking Service $674 $636 -5.6%
22 Cardinal Logistics $645 $622 -3.6%
23 NFI Industries $572 $604 5.6%
24 Heartland Express $611 $597 -2.3%
25 Mercer Transportation $607 $541 -10.9%
Top 25 Truckload Carriers $32,289 $32,362 .2%

truck loadings to increase more than 5% in 2021— after a 4% decline in 2020