A&A’s Top 50 Global Third-Party Logistics Providers (3PLs) List

Largest 3PLs Ranked by 2015 Logistics Gross Revenue/Turnover

Third-Party Logistics Provider (3PL)

Gross Revenue

(US$ Millions)*

DHL Supply Chain & Global Forwarding

29,562

Kuehne + Nagel

21,100


DB Schenker

17,160


Nippon Express

15,822


C.H. Robinson

13,476


UPS Supply Chain Solutions

8,215


DSV

7,574


Sinotrans

7,314


CEVA Logistics

6,959


Expeditors

6,617


DACHSER

6,264


Panalpina

6,091


GEODIS

5,864


Toll Group
5,822

J.B. Hunt (JBI, DCS & ICS)

5,816


Hitachi Transport System

5,612


XPO Logistics

5,540


GEFCO

5,387


Bolloré Logistics

4,998


Hellmann Worldwide Logistics

3,987


Agility

3,907


Yusen Logistics

3,835


Kintetsu World Express

3,729

UTi Worldwide

3,696


IMPERIAL Logistics

3,596


Hub Group

3,526


Burris Logistics

3,524

Schneider Logistics & Dedicated

3,480


FedEx Trade Networks & FedEx SupplyChain

3,178


CJ korea express

2,888


Damco

2,740


Kerry Logistics

2,723


Ryder Supply Chain Solutions

2,443


Coyote Logistics

2,315


Total Quality Logistics

2,239

Sankyu

2,083


BDP International

1,900


Fiege

1,860

Wincanton

1,782


Landstar

1,760


NNR Global Logistics

1,683


GENCO

1,640


Transplace

1,633

Mainfreight

1,601


APL Logistics
1,561

arvato
1,561

Americold
1,555

Echo Global Logistics
1,512

Transportation Insight
1,500

Penske Logistics
1,433

*Revenues are company reported or Armstrong & Associates, Inc. estimates and have been converted to US$ using the average exchange rate in order to make non-currency related growth comparisons.

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