Top 10 Largest Transportation Companies
- Moller – Mearsk: Revenues (2014) $47.57 billion
The AP Moller-Mearsk conglomerate is well known for its commanding position in the global transportation and energy sectors.
- Central Japan Railway Company: Revenues (2016) $ 15.01 billion.
Operating out of the central prefectures, Central Japan Railway Company is the country’s largest and most profitable high speed rail company, which transported a record 289 million high-speed-rail passengers in 2009.
- Fedex: Revenues (2016) $50.4 billion
Fedex is well-known for providing a full suite of ground and air transportation services, it’s IT, Marketing, and planning operations continue to make a significant contribution to it’s commercial success.
- United Continental Holdings: Revenues (2016) $36.556 billion
Alongside civil aviation, the holding company also has interests in insurance and range of business that cover fuel, marketing and business development.
- East Japan Railway: Revenues (2016) $25.74 billion
JR-East is aiming to have halve its carbon emissions by 2030 by building hybrid trains and converting to renewable energy generation.
- Deutsche Post: Revenues (2016) $64.39 billion
The German postal and shipping company has been mainstay of the transportation industry for many years and is set to continue its dominance as it acquires new company and capabilities across the world.
- American Airlines: Revenues $40.18 billion
Winning Cargo Airline of the Year 2017, American Airline’s cargo division provides over 100 million pounds of weekly cargo lift worldwide and employs nearly 5,000 people.
- Union Pacific: Revenues (2016) $19.9 billion
Dominating the cross-country rail freight market in the USA, Union Pacific deploys over 8,500 locomotives across 32,100 route-miles which span 23 US states.
- Delta Airlines: Revenues (2016) $39.64 billion
Delta Cargo offers a range of specialist transportation solutions, including perishables, pharmaceuticals, express, and high value items.
- UPS: Revenues (20160) $60.91 billion
UPS delivers over 15 million packages per day to nearly 8 million customers, making it the largest delivery and supply chain company it the world.
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