Well-known companies have warehousing or distribution centers in Missouri, including Dollar General, Walmart, Scholastic, Tyson, Musician’s Friend, and Associated Wholesale Grocers. Other Transportation and Logistics companies in Missouri include:
AEP River Operations: (HQ St. Louis) AEP River Operations offers barge transportation of dry bulk commodities including grain, project cargo, coal, steel, ores and other bulk products. The company moves over 65 million tons of dry bulk material annually
Con-way Truckload: (HQ Joplin) From two trailers and one owner-operator, Con-way Truckload has grown into a world class carrier with over 2,600 tractors and more than 8,000 trailers.
Ditzfeld Transfer: (HQ Sedalia) Ditzfeld Transfer, one of the leading logistics firms in the Midwest, also operates 921,000 square feet of warehouse space.
Exel: (Kansas City and St. Louis) Exel is part of the supply chain division of Deutsche Post DHL, the world's leading logistics group. Deutsche Post DHL is the parent company of DHL, the global leader in international express, overland transport, and air freight.
Freightquote (HQ Kansas City) Freightquote is the nation’s largest online freight-shipping broker, recently announced it would move its headquarters and 1,225 jobs from Lenexa to Kansas City. The company plans to occupy 200,000 square feet of office space to be built in two phases, bringing 1,225 jobs within three years, and adding 125 jobs in the fourth year, bringing the total to 1,350.
Graybar: (HQ St. Louis) Graybar, a Fortune 500 company, has specialized in supply chain management services and distribution of high-quality components, equipment and materials for the electrical and telecommunications industries for over 80 years.
Jack Cooper Transport: (HQ Kansas City) Jack Cooper Transport Co., Inc. and subsidiaries is one of the largest privately owned auto transport carriers in the nation and the recipient of the Outstanding Carrier Award from General Motors.
LMS: (HQ St. Louis) Emerging from a transportation logistics division at Monsanto in 1996, LMS has quickly become a formidable contender within the highly competitive third party logistics (3PL) industry.
Materialogic: (HQ St. Louis) Materialogic is a nationally-recognized third party fulfillment, distribution, logistics and marketing support services provider that delivers superior outsourced business processing solutions.
Metro Park Warehouses (Kansas City): A 3pl providing public and contract warehousing, local and regional transportation, crossdocking and consolidation, transportation and inventory management, pick and pack, product assembly, and specialized packaging.
Phoenix International: (Kansas City, Springfield, St. Louis) Phoenix International is the largest privately owned, full-service international freight forwarder, NVOCC, and Customs broker headquartered in North America; providing logistics solutions since 1979.
Prime, Inc.: (HQ Springfield) Prime Inc. is North America's most successful refrigerated, flatbed, and tanker carrier.
Slay Industries (HQ St. Louis) Slay Industries is a diverse group of transportation and distribution companies including a trucking unit operating a fleet of 700 tractors and 1,200 trailers for 20 locations, mainly east of the Mississippi river.
SRC Logistics: (HQ Springfield) Provides a broad range of logistics services, including public and contract warehousing, non-asset-based transportation management, fulfillment, distribution, and reverse logistics.
UniGroup Inc.: (HQ St. Louis) UniGroup, the parent company of United Van Lines and Mayflower Transit, is a local and long-distance household goods mover. Its other subsidiaries insure movers, sell and lease trucks, sell moving supplies and rent portable storage and moving.
World Wide Technology: (HQ St. Louis) World Wide Technology is a leading Systems Integrator providing technology products, services, and supply chain solutions to customers around the globe. WWT has a national network of distribution centers linked to a centralized Oracle inventory and order management application hosted in their secure data center in St. Louis.