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Ranking of the world's top ten logistics companies

1. DHL

DHL is a subsidiary of Deutsche Post DHL group, with business all over the world. DHL logistics provides complete logistics solutions, including freight, warehousing and distribution, customs, security and insurance, supply chain solutions, and industry-specific solutions. The company's core businesses include life science and health care, technology, energy, automotive engineering and manufacturing. Its vision is to become a 'global logistics company'. Headquartered in Florida, DHL provides services in the Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe, with more than 325000 employees. DHL's revenue in 2016 was 57.3 billion euros.

2. United Parcel Services

United Parcel Service (Inc) is a logistics company located in Georgia. It was founded in 1907 by James Casey as an American messenger company. UPS is known for its smooth tracking and return process. The company's revenue in 2016 was US $61 billion, ranking first among the Forbes Global 2000 logistics companies in 2017.



)Founded in 1971, it is an American company headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee. With 325000 employees, it provides postal, express mail, freight forwarding and third-party logistics services worldwide. FedEx is one of the most famous brands in the world. In 2017, the company's revenue was US $60.32 billion.

4. French National Railway Company

SNCF is a state-owned railway company in France. It has several logistics subsidiaries and is headquartered in Monaco, France. It has 43000 employees and five business areas, including freight forwarding, supply chain optimization, road transportation, express delivery and contract logistics. CNR's total revenue in 2015 was € 31.4 billion.

5. De Xun

Kuehne + Nagel was founded by August K & uuml in 1890; HNE and Friedrich Nagel founded in Bremen, Germany. It provides services for aerospace, FMCG, forest, hotel and marine parts industries. Dexun has 63000 employees in more than 100 countries. Dexun can be said to be the best maritime freight forwarding company in the world, with double-digit growth every year. In 2016, the company's turnover was US $16.5 billion.