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A.D. Transport Express
AAA Cooper Transportation
Ace Hardware
Active USA
Advanced Drainage Systems
Am-Can Transport
Anderson Trucking Services
Armstrong Transportation
Auto Carriers Express
Averitt Express
B.A.H. Express, Inc.
B.R. Williams
Basin Transportation
Beacon Transport
Bellavance Trucking
BESL Transfer Co
Bestmark Express
BH Trans
Big M Transport
Blair Logistics Inc
Boyd Brothers Transportation, Inc.
Brown Integrated Logistics
Buddy Moore Trucking
C. R. England
California Overland
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Cargo Transporters
Carrier Logistics
Carrier One
Celadon Trucking
Chalk Mountain Services
Clark Transfer
Climate Express
Commodore Group
Cooper Freight Services
Copeland Trucking Company
Covenant Transport
Crete Carrier Corporation
CRST Dedicated Services
CRST Expedited
Crum Trucking
D&D Sexton
Danny Herman Trucking
Davis Express
Dolphin Line
Drive Atlas
DT Freight
Dutch Maid Logistics
E.L. Hollingsworth
Elliott Truck Line
Empire Truck Lines
EOS Inc.
Epes Transport System
EW Wylie Corporation
Falcon Transport
FFE Transportation
Fort Transfer
Forward Air Transportation Services
Frito Lay
Fuchs Trucking
Gaines Express
Gallano Trucking
Gardner Trucking
Garner Trucking, Inc.
George Hildebrandt
Giltner Inc
Golden Eagle Logistics
Grace Logistics
Greatwide Truckload Management
Green Valley Transportation
Hansen & Adkins Auto Transport
Heniff Transportation
Heritage Dedicated Services, Inc.
Hirschbach Motor Lines, Inc
Hobby Lobby
Hogan Transports
HS Express
Hunt Transportation
Hurricane Express
Hyway Trucking
Indy B Freight Inc
Irish Express, Inc.
Island Transportation Corp.
IWS Division of Buddy Moore Trucking
J & B Services, Inc.
J & R Schugel
J.B. Hunt Transport
Jack Cooper Transport
JK Hackl Transportation
Jordan Carriers
JS Helwig & Son LLC
K&B Transportation
Kennesaw Transportation
Koch Trucking
Kottke Trucking, Inc.
Landstar Agent
Leggett & Platt
Lessors Inc.
Loggins Logistics
Loudon County Trucking
Marten Transport
Martin Resource Management
Marvin Family of Brands
Matheson Inc
Matheson Tri Gas
Maverick Transportation
MC Express
McElroy Trucking Lines Inc
McLeod Express LLC
Mercer Transportation
Metro Express Transportation Services
Mid Seven Transportation
Mid-Con Carriers Corporation
Midnite Express
Milan Supply Chains
Miller Truck Lines
Millis Transfer
MinStar Transport
Modern Transportation
Montgomery Transport
Moore Freight Service
National Retail Systems
National Strategic Transportation
Navajo Express
Norsemen Trucking Inc
Nova Truck Lines
Nussbaum Transportation
Oakley Trucking
OneWay Xpress
Online Transport
OReilly Auto Parts
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Outwest Express LLC
Ozark Logisitics LLC
Ozark Motor Lines, Inc
P&S Transportation
Palmdale Oil Company
Paramount Freight Systems
Pate Trucking
Pegasus Transportation
Penske Truck Leasing
Performance Cold Storage
PGT Trucking, INC
PK Express Transport LLC
Poly Trucking Inc
Pride Transport
Prime Inc.
Purdy Brothers
R. E. Garrison
Rands Trucking
Roadrunner Transportation
Salem Carriers
Schilli Corp
Secrest Direct, Landstar
Simbeck Inc
Skyline Transportation
Solar Transport Co.
Sonya Express Inc
Southern Refrigerated Transport
Specialized Transportation
Steve Emken Trucking
Stewart Transport
Stoughton Trucking Inc.
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Suit Trans, LLC
Sunrise Transport Inc
System Transport
Teldec Logistics
TMC Transportation
TransAm Trucking
Transco Lines, Inc.
Transport America
Tri-National Inc
Tri-State Motor Transit
Twin Express, Inc.
United Petroleum Transports
US AutoLogistics
US TransLoCo
US Xpress
USA Truck
V3 Transportation
Venture Express
Venture Logistics
Vernon Milling Company
Waller Truck Co
Warren Transport
Weinrich Truck Line, Inc
Werner Enterprises, Inc.
Williams Group
Wright Transportation
WTI Transport
Zeller LLC
Top 5 Largest Trucking Companies in the US Top 5 Largest Trucking Companies in the US
Top 5 Largest Trucking Companies in the US
October 6th, 2017

Pop quiz time: Do you know which trucking company in the US has the most tractors or trailers? We do, and we want to share this info with you. As you search for truck driving jobs, this can help you make your decision. After all, when a company has more trucks, it also has more seats to fill with truck drivers. Here are the top five biggest companies in trucking in 2017.


The biggest trucking company in the US is Knight-Swift, a merger between Knight Transportation and Swift Transportation. These two companies made an announcement earlier this year indicating they would join forces. Now in September, the companies completed the transition and are publicly traded as one carrier.

Based in Phoenix, Arizona where the two companies were originally located, Knight-Swift has a combined fleet of 77,000 trailers and 23,000 tractors. Knight-Swift also has 28,000 employees, many of whom consist of OTR truck drivers.

JB Hunt Transportation Company

The second largest trucking company in the US is JB Hunt Transportation. Founded in 1961, JB Hunt is actually one of the newer trucking companies in an industry with several carriers that have been around a century and longer. However, JB Hunt has proven it can grow with the best of them.

Today, the company has a fleet of more than 100,000 trailers, including intermodal containers. That’s right, one-hundred-thousand trailers. Additionally, JB Hunt’s signature golden yellow marks more than 12,000 tractors running nationwide. The company currently employs about 22,000 people.

XPO Logistics

Formerly known as Con-way Inc., XPO Logistics is the third biggest company in the US. This trucking company is a global force with more than 755 warehouses and over 150-million sq. ft. of e-commerce distribution space. In an industry that is being taken over by e-commerce end-of-mile hauling, XPO Logistics is marking its presence in a mighty way.

To fulfill all of the e-commerce hauls in the marketplace, XPO Logistics depends on 16,000 tractors and 39,000 trailers. Additionally, the company runs a large number of intermodal loads, which incurs the need for 10,000 containers and 5,400 chassis to transport these loads. The company also owns more than 425 cross-dock facilities to accommodate loading and unloading on its own dollar.

Schneider National

The fleet of orange, Schneider National is the fourth biggest trucking company on this list. However, the company holds its own in competition with No. 3. At Schneider, there are more than 10,000 company tractors and over 33,830 trailers. The company has 11,650 company trucking jobs currently available, and that number is growing every quarter thanks to an increase in industry demand.

Schneider National also has a global presence with facilities in China and throughout North America, totaling more than 165 trucking centers. Furthermore, Schneider definitely has staying power, as nearly all of its customers are Fortune 500 companies.

Werner Enterprises

Rounding out this list is Werner Enterprises, but being fifth is not a drop in the bucket. Werner is one of the biggest names in the trucking industry. The company has a fleet of 7,400 tractors and 24,000 trailers. More impressively, Werner Enterprises has facilities throughout the world in Australia, Africa, South America, North America, Europe, and Asia. In 2015 alone, the company netted a profit of $123.7 million.

Benefits of Driving for the Biggest Trucking Companies

Why do you want to drive for the biggest trucking companies? For starters, each of these trucking companies has dedicated millions, and in some cases billions, of dollars to the trucking industry. In other words, there is little chance that these companies are going to flop. They are simply too vested to lose. That means you will be guaranteed a trucking job for as long as you want it.

At the same time, all of that invested capital grants these trucking companies the ability to invest in the best trucking equipment, technology, and job training. When you haul for a company like Werner Enterprises or JB Hunt, you are going to have the top of the line tractors that are up to par regarding DOT standards. You aren’t going to struggle with inspections or have to reconfigure your paperwork to cover your employer’s tracks. You can rest assured that you will be able to do your trucking job with the best of the best.

Along the same lines, trucking companies with so much invested in the business are going to do what it takes to hire the best truck drivers. This means you’ll see things like $8,000 sign-on bonuses and top-rated trucker benefits. You will be given the most sought-after rewards, such as safety bonuses and retirement plan options, to ensure that you will stay with these companies. After all, they can afford to make you happy as a trucker, and they will do what it takes to maintain a hard-working fleet of carriers. So, as you search for trucking jobs in your state, take a look at the opportunities available at the biggest trucking companies. It is a good place to start your search!

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