20 Private Companies with Largest Trucking Fleets in the U.S.

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Tractor-trailers keep the American economy moving, transporting billions of dollars’ worth of goods across millions of miles of roads every day. Some companies have staggeringly large fleets that enable those companies to complete billions in sales, and we’ve broken down the list of the top 20 private company fleets in the United States for 2017. Tractor-trailers keep the American economy moving, transporting billions of dollars’ worth of goods across millions of miles of roads every day. Some companies have staggeringly large fleets that enable those companies to complete billions in sales, and we’ve broken down the list of the top 20 private company fleets in the United States for 2017.

  1. The biggest fleet in the U.S. belongs to PepsiCo, Inc. It owns 11,245 tractors, 3,605 trucks, and 17,100 pickup trucks and cargo vans. PepsiCo also owns 18,468 trailers for securing goods in transit. This enormous fleet helps PepsiCo take in $62.8 billion per year in sales.
  2. Sysco Corp. owns 8,534 tractors, 1,042 trucks, 606 pickup trucks and cargo vans, and 10,947 trailers, allowing $50.4 billion in annual sales.
  3. Wal-Mart owns 6,398 tractors, 199 trucks, and a whopping 63,723 trailers. This fleet allows Wal-Mart to make $485.9 billion in annual sales.
  4. The Coca-Cola Company owns 5,487 tractors, 1,354 trucks, and 7,137 trailers. Coca-Cola does about $41.8 billion in annual sales.
  5. U.S. Foods reports about $22.9 billion in annual sales with the help of a fleet consisting of 5,270 tractors, 387 trucks, and 6,562 trailers.
  6. Reyes Holdings takes in $24 billion in annual sales with the help of 4,329 tractors, 792 trucks, and 734 pickups and cargo vans.
  7. Halliburton Co. uses a fleet of 4,243 tractors, 881 trucks, and 8,152 trailers to do $15.9 billion in annual sales.
  8. Agrium, Inc., has a fleet largely comprised of smaller vehicles, including 4,239 tractors, 2,271 trucks, and 7,638 pickup trucks and cargo vans. Agrium reports about $13.7 billion in annual sales.
  9. The McLane Co. owns a fleet of 3,816 tractors, 322 trucks, 5,611 trailers, and 12 pickup trucks and cargo vans.
  10. Schlumberger Limited makes about $27.8 billion in annual sales with the help of a fleet of 3,137 tractors, 1,314 trucks, and 4,720 trailers.
  11. The Performance Food Group does $16 billion in annual sales using a fleet of 2,801 tractors, 143 trucks, and 3,618 trailers.
  12. Tyson Foods owns 2,380 tractors, 56 trucks, 6,499 trailers, and 1,274 pickup trucks and cargo vans to earn about $37 billion in annual sales.
  13. The Dr. Pepper Snapple Group takes in $6.4 billion in annual sales using a fleet of 2,331 tractors, 2,749 trailers, 86 trucks, and 538 pickup trucks.
  14. Baker Hughes, Inc., uses its fleet of 2,282 tractors, 1,791 trucks, and 2,847 trailers to do $9.8 billion in annual sales.
  15. Dean Foods, Inc., makes $7.7 billion in annual sales with a fleet of 2,073 tractors, 2,645 trucks, 749 cargo vans and pickup trucks, and 5,454 trailers.
  16. American Air Liquide Holdings owns 1,822 tractors, 4,064 trucks, and 2,948 trailers to do $22 billion in annual sales.
  17. CHS Inc., takes in $30.3 billion in annual sales with a fleet of 1,781 tractors, 1,928 trucks, and 2,416 trailers.
  18. Gordon Food Service owns 1,714 tractors, 36 trucks, and 2,375 trailers.
  19. Basic Energy Services owns 1,620 tractors, 386 trucks, and 1,819 trailers. This fleet helps Basic earn more than half a billion dollars in annual sales.
  20. Femsa Logistica owns a fleet of 1,500 tractors, 1,100 trucks, and 2,100 trailers to do more than $800 million in annual sales.

Large enterprises need a fleets of reliable vehicles to serve their customers. As companies grow, their fleets typically grow with them to meet increased demand and earn more revenue. This list of the top 20 fleets in the U.S. is constantly changing as the leading private companies expand, adjust, and consolidate their resources.