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For the second consecutive year, DHL, CEVA, and Kuehne + Nagel are the world's three largest contract logistics providers, according to a recent report by the British research firm Transport Intelligence.

For the second consecutive year, DHL, CEVA, and Kuehne + Nagel are the world's three largest contract logistics providers, according to a recent report by the British research firm Transport Intelligence.

Millions of U.S. dollars Millions of euros
DHL Supply Chain $17,748 € 12,469
CEVA 4,933 3,465
Kuehne + Nagel 4,047 3,096
Wincanton 3,794 2,665
CAT Logistics 3,744 2,630
Penske Logistics 3,282 2,305
UPS Supply Chain Services 2,990 2,100
FIEGE Logistik 2,684 1,885
DB Schenker Logistics 2,338 1,642
Ryder System 2,318 1,629

Source: Transport Intelligence

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