Trucking companies are part of the global transportation sector, specializing in the movement of goods along roads and highways. However, many of the biggest trucking companies provide other forms of transportation, including by rail, air, and sea. Many also offer logistics and supply-chain management services, which can facilitate faster deliveries at lower costs to a greater variety of destinations. While U.S. companies dominate the list of 10 companies, two Japanese companies are the biggest, ranking in the top two.
These are the 10 biggest trucking companies by 12-month trailing (TTM) revenue. Some companies outside the U.S. report profits semi-annually instead of quarterly, so the 12-month trailing data may be older than it is for companies that report quarterly. This list is limited to companies which are publicly traded in the U.S. or Canada, either directly or through ADRs. Data is courtesy of YCharts.com. All figures are as of September 10.
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- Revenue (TTM): $15.2 billion
- Net Income (TTM): $328.0 million
- Market Cap: $9.7 billion
- 1-Year Trailing Total Return: 53.7%
- Exchange: OTC
Yamato Holdings is a Japan-based holding company that principally offers delivery services through its group of companies