XPO Logistics, Inc. (NYSE: XPO) is one of the fastest growing providers of transportation logistics services in North America. We're the fourth largest freight brokerage firm, the leading last-mile logistics provider and a top five expediter, with growing positions in global freight forwarding, intermodal and less-than-truckload brokerage. We use our relationships with more than 23,000 ground, sea and air carriers to serve over 9,500 customers in the manufacturing, industrial, retail, commercial, life sciences and government sectors. XPO is built to deliver constant growth in capacity, passionate service and technological innovation through our 90 locations in the United States and Canada.
We have a lot of opportunity for growth. Even though we’ve more than quadrupled the size of the business in two years, we currently serve less than 2% of the estimated $50 billion addressable market for freight brokerage. Most importantly, we’ve instilled a high-octane, performance-driven culture focused on delivering world-class service to our customers.
Technology fuels our growth
Innovation is in our DNA. We believe that technology can truly help optimize customer workflows and revolutionize how goods are shipped. We plan to transform transportation logistics through technology – and our multi-million dollar commitment to IT underscores its importance in our growth strategy.
Our IT blueprint includes robust software applications for our truckload and LTL brokerage business. Phase one of our platform was put in place in 2012 – we've implemented three major upgrades since then. As we continue to execute our master plan, a stream of incremental benefits will pour into our customer relationships.
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Sources for division rankings: Transport Topics and The Journal of Commerce