Top Rankings

JOC compiles a wide array of rankings that measure a variety of metrics across all sectors of the transportation industry. These rankings include productivity and growth patterns at ports around the world, leading U.S. importers and exporters, and the largest and fastest-growing trucking and logistics companies by revenue. 

View the Top North American Truckload and LTL Companies here. 

Webcasts

The JOC Top 100 Importers: Analyzing the Rankings
Jun 21, 2018 2:00PM EDT
The JOC Top 100 Exporters: Analyzing the Rankings
Jun 28, 2018 2:00PM EDT

Commentary

The warehouse revolution is on. It is time for third-party logistics providers to embrace the changes of this new brave world or disappear. To be sure, the change will not be easy or quick but there is a considerable upside for your business.

Special Coverage

A warehouse.
In 2017, the strengthening global economy increased business volumes and freight rates — boosting Top 50 third-party logistics providers’ revenue, while fueling niche mergers and acquisitions.

News & Analysis

Port of Oakland.
09 Apr 2018
The Top 5 container lines serving the United States slightly increased their combined share of imports in 2017, but dominance of their exports receded.
15 Mar 2017
Shippers are likely to see LTL rates and fuel surcharges rise in 2017.
15 Mar 2017
The largest US truckload carriers made the best of a bad year in 2016.
21 Aug 2016
The top U.S. and Canadian Trucking Companies, ranked by revenue and market segment, as researched by SJ Consulting Group.  
09 Jun 2016
The major takeaway from the companies ranked in the JOC’s Top 100 Exporters in 2015 in the U.S. container trade was the impact of synergies of scale in mergers and acquisitions.
Port of New York, Elizabeth
05 May 2016
Leading the North America combined outbound and inbound container trade in 2015 were the Southern California ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach with a combined volume of 10.4 million laden TEUs, tumbling 4.5 percent year-over-year.
Port Metro Vancouver
05 May 2016
Leading the North America outbound container trade in 2015 were the Southern California ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach with a combined volume of 2.8 million TEUs, plunging 7.8 percent year-over-year, although representing 18.1 percent of the overall North America outbound container trade.
Port of Los Angeles, Evergreen terminal
05 May 2016
Leading the North America inbound container trade in 2015 were the Southern California ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach with a combined volume of 7.6 million TEUs, declining 2.2 percent year-over-year while representing 30.3 percent of the overall North America inbound container trade.
16 Apr 2015
Here are the Top 50 US trucking companies of 2016.