FleetOwner 500: Top 10 for-hire trailers

March 8, 2024
Here are the top 10 trucking companies with the most trailers in 2024.

This year's annual FleetOwner 500: For-Hire list included the industry's best trucking companies of all sizes, operating types, and annual growth. This media gallery, however, focuses on the companies with the most trailers in 2024. 

Companies such as FedEx and UPS are included on this list as well as smaller ones like Containerport Group. 

See also: FleetOwner 500: For-Hire 2024

1. FedEx

  • Trailers: 139,752
  • Top 500 rank: 1
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Memphis, Tennessee 
  • Operating Type: Package/LTL

2. J.B. Hunt Transport

  • Trailers: 139,090
  • Top 500 rank: 4
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Lowell, Arkansas
  • Operating Type: General Freight

3. Knight-Swift Transportation Holdings

  • Trailers: 89,545
  • Top 500 rank: 3
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Phoenix, Arizona
  • Operating Type: General Freight

4. UPS

  • Trailers: 85,918
  • Top 500 rank: 2
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Atlanta, Georgia
  • Operating Type: Package/LTL

5. Containerport Group

  • Trailers: 85,547
  • Top 500 rank: 83
  • 2024 Growth: +7
  • Headquarters: Cleveland, Ohio
  • Operating Type: General Freight

6. Schneider National

  • Trailers: 43,934
  • Top 500 rank: 6
  • 2024 Growth: +1
  • Headquarters: Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • Operating Type: General Freight

7. Old Dominion Freight Line

  • Trailers: 42,162
  • Top 500 rank: 10
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Thomasville, North Carolina
  • Operating Type: Package/LTL

8. R+L Carriers

  • Trailers: 41,103
  • Top 500 rank: 5
  • 2024 Growth: 0
  • Headquarters: Wilmington, Ohio
  • Operating Type: Package/LTL

9. Estes Express Lines

  • Trailers: 37,613
  • Top 500 rank: 9
  • 2024 Growth: +2
  • Headquarters: Richmond, Virginia
  • Operating Type: Package/LTL

10. TFI International

  • Trailers: 33,831
  • Top 500 rank: 7
  • 2024 Growth: +2
  • Headquarters: Saint-Laurent, Quebec
  • Operating Type: Package/LTL
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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