Carriers listed by revenue ranking

August 1999
Commercial Carrier Journal;Aug99, Vol. 156 Issue 8, p48
Trade Publication
Presents a ranking of commercial carriers in the United States, based on the 1997 revenues. Includes United Parcel SVC. Trucking; Schneider National Carriers; Roadway Express, Inc.


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