The World's Top 10 International Logistics Companies

- Feb 11, 2019 -

(The news from Singapore UNL Shipping & Logistics Pte Ltd ).

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the world's top 10 international logistics companies

1, UPS

UPS is the world's largest express delivery company, the world's largest express delivery company, is the world's leading professional transport and logistics service provider.In 2016, UPS had a turnover of $61 billion.Each weekday, the company sends packages to 1.8 million customers, with 6 million recipients.The company's main business is in the United States and more than 200 countries and regions.

The company has built a massive, reliable global transportation infrastructure, developed a comprehensive, competitive and assured portfolio of services, and continues to leverage advanced technology to support these services.The company provides logistics services, including integrated supply chain management.

UPS's business income is divided into different distribution characteristics according to the region and transportation mode.Regionally, domestic business accounts for 89% of total revenue in the U.S. and 11% in Europe and Asia.In terms of mode of transport, domestic land transport accounted for 54%, domestic air transport accounted for 19%, domestic delayed transport accounted for 10%, foreign transport accounted for 9%, non-parcel business accounted for 4%.

On Jan. 10, 2001, UPS acquired Fritz Group Inc. 's California logistics company by issuing $433 million in new shares, incorporating the company into UPS' expanding logistics business and making it a larger transportation Group..

2, FedEx

Formerly known as FDX, FedEX is a global transportation, logistics, e-commerce and supply chain management service provider.

The company provides its customers with integrated business solutions through a network of independent subsidiaries.Its subsidiaries include FedEX Express, FedEX Ground, FedEX Custom Critical, FedEX Global, and Viking Freight.

By region, U.S. companies account for 76% of total revenue and international companies 24%.In terms of mode of transport, air transport accounts for 83% of total revenue, highway 11% and other 6%.

Since its establishment in 1971, FedEx has 671 aircraft, among which 44 are airbus a300-600 and 59 are airbus a310-200/300.

3. DHL Germany

Deutsche post is Germany's national post office and Europe's leading logistics company, and is seeking to become world number one.It recently changed its name (to deutsche postworld, or DPWN).

Europe's global postal and international postal services provide global express services;Through its global partnership with DHL (wholly owned by deutsche post global network at the end of 2002).

The logistics division was established in 1999 through the acquisition of the Danzas brand company.The department provides one-stop service and provides services throughout the logistics chain.Services include global aviation, shipping, European land transport services and custom logistics solutions.

The group includes DHL, deutsche post and postbank, which is the leading logistics company in Europe and the main competitor of UPS in the European market.Deutsche post's network covers more than 120,000 destinations in 220 countries and regions, with 2005 revenue of 44.594 billion euros and 502,545 employees worldwide.

maersk

Maersk Marine is the world's largest shipping company, with 250 vessels, including container ships, bulk cargo, supply and special vessels, tankers and so on.The group also has a large number of loading and unloading terminals and logistics services.Moeller's unit is also drilling for oil and gas in Norway, venezuela and other countries.In addition, the group is also engaged in the manufacturing of ships and intermodal containers, pharmaceutical production, and operating domestic airline maersk airlines and providing information services.It also owns Denmark's second-largest supermarket chain.

Maersk line, a subsidiary of maersk group, is the world's largest container shipping company with a global service network.Maersk group ranked 172nd in the world's top 500 in 2014.

Maersk was ranked 305th on the 2018 fortune global 500 list released in July 2018.

Japanese express

Amex is a typical and most representative logistics company in Japan, and its wide range of goods can be described as "everything".From civil materials to military materials, from raw materials (such as oil, minerals) to commodities, from cash to gold jewelry and other valuables...As long as it is legally allowed to transport goods, it is the transport object of rito company.The home-delivery business is a new frontier for logistics companies.

The business of Japan express is mainly divided into automobile transportation, air freight and warehouse, accounting for 44%, 16%, 5% and 25% respectively.Geographically, 93 percent of its revenue comes from Japan.

6. Ryder system

Ryder systems offers a range of technologically advanced logistics, supply chain and transportation management services worldwide.The company offers a range of products, including full-service leasing, commercial leasing, vehicle repair and integration services.It also provides comprehensive supply chain solutions.From input raw material supply to product distribution, leading logistics management services and e-commerce solutions are dedicated to supporting customers throughout the supply chain.

On November 20, 2000, ryder systems formed a joint venture named TTR Logistics with Toyota (americas) and its Japanese parent company, Toyota group.The new entity, owned by ryder and Toyota, will focus on transportation and logistics opportunities related to Toyota and other Japanese car companies in North America.On November 14, 2000, ryder and From2 Global Solutions, one of the world's leading international logistics technology and trade intelligence companies, announced their strategic alliance.The ryder system will use the From2 solution to provide its customers with specific international trade services over the Internet.

By region, us companies account for 82 per cent of total revenues and international companies 18 per cent.In the commercial sector, transportation services accounted for 57 percent, logistics for 32 percent and the rest for 11 percent.

7, TNT

Founded in the Netherlands, TNT is an internationally renowned logistics company providing postal, express and logistics services in more than 200 countries around the world.Its logistics business focuses on car transport, delivery services and more than 100 warehouses around the world.Covering an area of more than 1.5 million square meters, the commercial market is dominated by Europe, accounting for about 85%.

TNT express was founded in 1946. With its international network covering more than 200 countries, TNT express offers a unique set of globally integrated logistics solutions.TNT also provides industry-leading nationwide delivery services to many major countries in Australia, Europe and Asia.

TNT has 43 aircraft, 20,000 trucks, nearly 1,000 subsidiaries worldwide and more than 40,000 employees.TNT also has a large number of technologically advanced sorting centers and complete equipment resources, dedicated to provide customers with the industry's fastest and most reliable door-to-door delivery services.

TNT entered the Chinese market as early as 1988.Currently, TNT provides customers with integrated business solutions ranging from timed door-to-door delivery services and supply chain management to direct mail services.TNT has 25 direct operating branches in China, 3 full-function international ports and nearly 3,000 employees, and its service coverage covers more than 500 cities in China.

8, Expeditors International

Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA, International mainly focuses on air transportation, sea transportation and freight forwarding by business types, accounting for 63%, 25% and 12% respectively by revenue.In terms of regional distribution, it is mainly concentrated in the far east, accounting for 56%. In the United States, Europe, the Middle East, South America and Australia, the income accounts for 25%, 15%, 2% and 1% respectively.

The company also expanded its business from customs clearance to air transportation, sea transportation, freight forwarding, insurance, distribution, supply chain software and other services, while its core business is still transportation services.

Panalpina is one of the world's largest freight and logistics groups with 312 branches in 65 countries and regions.Panalpina's core business is to provide an integrated, customer-friendly solution for the delivery of services.Through integrated freight services, will itself be located between standardized shipping solutions and traditional shipping companies.In addition to handling traditional freight, the group specializes in providing logistics services to multinational companies, especially in the fields of cars, electronics, telecommunications, oil and power, and chemicals.

Panalpina is a joint venture established in July 1999. It is the world's first fully integrated, door-to-door, time-limited, weightless air cargo company.

9, Panalpina

Panalpina is one of the world's largest freight and logistics groups with 312 branches in 65 countries and regions.Panalpina's core business is to provide an integrated, customer-friendly solution for the delivery of services.Through integrated freight services, will itself be located between standardized shipping solutions and traditional shipping companies.In addition to handling traditional freight, the group specializes in providing logistics services to multinational companies, especially in the fields of cars, electronics, telecommunications, oil and power, and chemicals.

Panalpina is a joint venture established in July 1999. It is the world's first fully integrated, door-to-door, time-limited, weightless air cargo company.

Business division and division

In terms of total profit, the four major business of Panalpina, namely air transport, sea transport, logistics and other separation, accounted for 44.9%, 31.3%, 20.3% and 3.5%.Geographically, Europe/Africa accounts for 52.7%, America 33.9% and Asia Pacific 13.4%.

From the perspective of market, its business mainly focuses on Europe, Africa and the americas, and has been improved in the asia-pacific region in recent years.

10. Deutsche post

On September 19, 2005, deutsche post announced that it had acquired British logistics giant BTL for 3.6 billion pounds ($6.5 billion).

The company has 1,300 branches worldwide and more than 50,000 employees.The company's three main operating subsidiaries are Exel (the old NFC), Msas global logistics and Cory Environmental.Msas is one of the largest freight forwarders in the world, providing multimodal transport, regional distribution, inventory control, value-added logistics, information technology and supply chain solutions and other services worldwide.Cory Environmental is one of the largest waste management companies in the UK.Exel has a strong market position in ground transportation supply chain services, including warehousing and distribution, transportation management services, customer-centric services, JIT services and global aftermarket logistics services.Its main business is in and around the UK, accounting for nearly half of the total, with the rest in the americas, Europe and Africa.

From the perspective of business types, Exel mainly focuses on distribution, transportation management and environmental services, accounting for 58%, 39% and 3% respectively according to net income, and 62%, 28% and 10% respectively according to operating profit.In terms of geographical distribution, its business covers the americas, continental Europe and Africa, as well as the asia-pacific region, accounting for 39%, 30%, 21% and 10% of net revenue respectively, and 54%, 27%, 10% and 9% of operating profit respectively.

Among the top ten international logistics companies in the world, American logistics enterprises still occupy the dominant position, among which the United States occupies 5 companies, including the two largest companies UPS and FedEX. It can be seen that American logistics enterprises hold a decisive position in the world.In a sense, the degree of development of logistics market is proportional to the degree of economic development.


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