Companies like Cummins and FedEx have been growing by leaps and bounds as the internet and the smartphone have made it easier to send and receive packages.
The same holds true for shipping companies like UPS, FedEx and DHL.
But the biggest players in the shipping industry are a mix of big and small, from the boring to the flashy.
Here are the top 10 companies in the logistics industry.
The Boring Company is one of the largest freight and delivery companies in North America, with sales in excess of $10 billion.
It’s the largest in the United States, with an annual revenue of $2.6 billion.
The boring company has been around for over 70 years and was founded in 1921.
It started as a local trucking company that used to deliver freight to local farmers and other businesses in the small town of Westmoreland, Alabama.
After the U.S. government shuttered the trucking industry, the company found a new buyer who purchased it for $100,000 and renamed it UPS.
The company now operates more than 1,000 trucks in more than 30 states.
The companies business model is largely driven by the delivery of the big trucks and heavy trucks that have become the backbone of the modern trucking world.
The average delivery truck weighs over 200,000 pounds.
That’s more than a Ford F-150 and more than two Hummers.
The logistics company employs thousands of people around the world and has a $40 billion market capitalization.
It employs more than 8,000 people worldwide and has $12.4 billion in revenue.
The UPS brand has been synonymous with the delivery truck for decades, but in recent years the company has begun to expand its offerings to include delivery of other goods.
The latest trucking innovations include an automated delivery service, which the company is working on with Uber and others.
The other big name in logistics is DHL, the biggest shipping and logistics company in Europe, with revenues of more than $2 billion in 2016.
The German giant started as an auto parts manufacturer in 1900, and in the 1950s was acquired by a British firm that built trucks and sent them overseas.
In the 1980s, the DHL brand became synonymous with heavy goods.
But in recent decades, the business has expanded to include deliveries of other products, including consumer electronics, health care and consumer goods.
DHL has about 8,700 employees worldwide and a $5.4 trillion market cap.
UPS is the second largest shipping company in the world with revenue of about $6 billion in 2017.
The United States has become the largest market for UPS in the last decade.
Its sales grew by almost 40 percent from 2014 to 2017, according to the company.
It has more than 3,000 employees worldwide.
UPS also owns two trucking operations in the U, which have about 5,500 employees each.
UPS recently opened its first international logistics center in the Netherlands, which is about 400 miles from the company’s main international hub in Indianapolis.
UPS was founded by a group of former trucking executives who wanted to make it easier for small businesses to deliver goods to customers in a more efficient and cost-effective way.
In addition to UPS, the companies business models have been affected by technology, like the rise of smartphone technology.
With more people using smartphones, UPS is now more able to deliver more products in a shorter time, according the company website.
UPS now sells more than 10 million packages a year to more than 100 countries.
It also offers online services that allow customers to send packages directly to their friends or family members.
The last big company in logistics was the boring company.
This is the biggest of the boring companies.
It was founded nearly 100 years ago by an Indiana company, and its current owners, Darnell and Frank Coyle, are the oldest owners of the company in U.P. According to Darnard, the boring name came about when the company first started.
The name was chosen because the boring trucks would often be found on the side of highways and highways were a very dusty place.
When I went into that place, it was just a drab area and the boring truck was everywhere.
They were a big factor in my success and the way I was able to grow that business.
Frank Coyles father, Frank, also founded the company, but he died in 2000, according a news release.
It wasn’t until Frank died in 2011 that Darnart and Frank went into business together.
The biggest driver for UPS has been the internet, where companies like Amazon and Google have been able to sell their goods through third-party sellers.
But there has also been a shift away from traditional brick-and-mortar stores, which are a big part of the business, toward online shopping, where people are shopping from thousands of small online businesses.
UPS operates about 1,200 online retailers, according its website.
Darnash Coyle says his