FleetOwner 500: Private fleets with the most trucks

June 6, 2024
Here are the top 10 private fleets with the most trucks in operation in 2024.

The past year featured many ups and downs for the trucking industry, but some companies continue to dominate. These same companies, non-coincidentally, have the most commercial trucks in operations (as opposed to tractors), according to the annual FleetOwner 500: private list. All companies on this list rank in the top 15 of the private fleet list. 

See also: 2024 FleetOwner 500: Top Private Fleets

1. AT&T

  • Trucks: 27,794
  • Top 500 rank: 1
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Dallas, Texas
  • Operating Type: Utilities & Like Services

2. Waste Management

  • Trucks: 20,497
  • Top 500 rank: 3
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Houston, Texas
  • Operating Type: Sanitation

3. Republic Services

  • Trucks: 17,715
  • Top 500 rank: 5
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona
  • Operating Type: Sanitation

4. Quanta Services

  • Trucks: 17,416
  • Top 500 rank: 4
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Houston, Texas
  • Operating Type: Construction

5. PepsiCo

  • Trucks: 16,336
  • Top 500 rank: 2
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Purchase, New York
  • Operating Type: Food Products

6. Amazon

  • Trucks: 14,198
  • Top 500 rank: 6
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Seattle, Washington
  • Operating Type: Retail/Wholesale

7. Asplundh

  • Trucks: 11,391
  • Top 500 rank: 8
  • 2024 Growth: -1
  • Headquarters: Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 
  • Operating Type: Business or Home Services

8. MasTec

  • Trucks: 9,278
  • Top 500 rank: 10
  • 2024 Growth: +5
  • Headquarters: Coral Gables, Florida
  • Operating Type: Construction

9. Verizon

  • Trucks: 9,071
  • Top 500 rank: 12
  • 2024 Growth: -1
  • Headquarters: New York, New York
  • Operating Type: Utilities & Like Services

10. Waste Connections 

  • Trucks: 9,032
  • Top 500 rank: 11
  • 2024 Growth: -1
  • Headquarters: The Woodlands, Texas
  • Operating Type: Sanitation
About the Author

Jenna Hume | Digital Editor

Digital Editor Jenna Hume previously worked as a writer in the gaming industry. She has a bachelor of fine arts degree in creative writing from Truman State University and a master of fine arts degree in writing from Lindenwood University. She is currently based in Missouri. 

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