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ACTTRANSPORT50Flattening outACT’ss 15th annual rankingof North America’s largestspecialized transportationcompanies.TTOP 10 ACTTRANSPORT50BY TOTAL CAPACITY OF FLEET2019RANK COMPANY NAME1 1 Landstar TransportationLogistics2 2 Daseke Inc.3 14 Mammoet Americas4 5 ALL Erection & Crane Rental5 7 Barnhart Crane & Rigging6 3 ATS Specialized7 6 Bennett Motor Express8 9 Bigge Crane & Rigging9 4 Maxim Crane Works10 35 J. F. Lomma Inc.*TOTALCAPACITYUS 90548,24944,350 3820182019TOTAL FLEET SIZE51,31353,064TOTAL CAPACITY1,245,246U.S. Tons1,272,654U.S. TonsNUMBER OF TRUCK/TRACTORS21,96122,603NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES29,19528,545NUMBER OF TERMINALS2,2942,132NUMBER OF MODULAR/HYDRAULIC PLATFORMTRAILERS/DOLLIES IN FLEET9,8449,061CAPACITY OF MODULAR/HYDRAULIC PLATFORMTRAILERS/DOLLIES IN FLEET443,971U.S. Tons450,249U.S. TonsNUMBER OF SPECIALIZEDTRAILERS IN FLEET(including all multi-axle units)20,87722,657TOTAL CAPACITY OFSPECIALIZED TRAILERSIN FLEET(including all multi-axle units)806,523U.S. Tons832,099U.S. TonsDECEMBER 2019 ACTBY THE NUMBERShe growth of North America’sspecialized transportation sectorhas flattened out. The 2019ACTTRANSPORT50 saw a small growthin total capacity from 1,245,246 U.S. tonsin 2018 to 1,272,654 U.S. tons in 2019. The2019 ACTTRANSPORT50 saw declinesin several categories including numberof employees, number of terminals andnumber of modular/hydraulic platformtrailers/dollies.In 2018 only one category went down,(modular/hydraulic platform trailers/dollies), which was attributed to asignificant movement of assets by one ofthe companies on the list. Most likely thiscompany moved a large amount of assetsto Europe, where it is based.As for our ACTTRANSPORT50ranking, Landstar Transportation Logisticskept its long-time Number 1 spot with afleet size of 13,449. Last year the companyreported gains of more than 1,000 units,while this year it reported a fleet size thatis 244 units smaller than last year. In termsof capacity of fleet, Landstar again reinswith 100,675 U.S. tons, surpassing the86,890 U.S. tons reported last year.The top three companies on theACTTRANSPORT50 stayed the same29

ACTTRANSPORT502019RANK2018RANK COMPANY NAMECITY STATE# OFTERMINALSSCOPE OFOPERATION# OFEMPLOYEES SENIOR CONTACT1,400International1,150Rusty Cody, vice president,heavy specialized11Landstar Transportation LogisticsJacksonville, FL22DasekeAddison, TX100International4,608Chris Easter, Interim CEO/COO33ATS SpecializedSt. Cloud, MN15International1,365Gary Stang, senior vice president,general manager46Maxim Crane WorksBridgeville, PA56National3,500Bryan Carlisle, CEO55ALL Erection & Crane RentalIndependence, OH36International1,500Michael L. Liptak, president64Bennett Motor ExpressMcDonough, GA130International32079Barnhart Crane & RiggingMemphis, TN49National1,50087Combined TransportCentral Point, OR1International592910Bigge Crane & RiggingSan Leandro, CA14National1,0501011NCSG Crane & Heavy HaulAcheson, Alberta,Canada12National400Andy Fraser, president/CEO1112Deep South Crane & RiggingBaton Rouge, LA7International700Mitch Landry, vice president1213Transport Bellemare International Tross-Rivieres, Quebec7International710Jean-Luc Bellemare, presidentMark Eyer, vice president,operationsDavid Lowry, CEOAlan Barnhart, CEOMichael S. Card, presidentWeston Settlemier, president/CEOCity, Canada1314Daily ExpressCarlisle, PA8International178148Mammoet AmericasRosharon, TX21National1,4001515Emmert InternationalClackamas, OR4International1251619Bay Ltd.Corpus Christi, TX8International3,5001716ML Crane GroupAlbuquerque, NM14National676Scott Wilson, president1817Sterett Crane & RiggingEvansville, IN9National70Jonathan Spong, president1918Fagioli USAManvel, TX4International168Edoardo Ascione, president2021TradelossaDurango, DGO, Mexico7International279Armando Lee, commercial manager2123Heavy Transport/BraggLong Beach, CA9National200Robert Weyers, general manager2222Edwards Moving & RiggingShelbyville, KY6International115Mark Edwards, CEO2324Miller TransferRootstown, OH18International85Mitchell J. Unger, president2425Northwest LogisticsOklahoma City, OK6International190Andy Hodges, president2526Lampson InternationalKennewick, WA8International300William Lampson, president/CEO2526W.O. Grubb Crane Rental*Richmond, VA14National400William O. Grubb, president/owner2627DD&S ExpressAnnapolis, MD57National2728J Supor & Son Trucking & RiggingKearny, NJ5International188Doug Filos, director, heavy haul2840TJ Potter TruckingBecker, MN1International90Barb and Todd Potter, owners2930Contractors Cargo Company*Compton, CA2National40Gerald Wheeler, president andowner3029Totran Transportation ServicesCalgary, AlbertaCanada2International120Scott Trousdale, vice presidentPaul van Gelder, CEOTerry W. Emmert, presidentBerry Peterson, vice presidentRick Seleski, vice president

MODULAR/ HYDRAULICTRAILERS /DOLLIESSPECIALIZED TRAILERS(ALL MULTI-AXLE)# IN FLEET# OF TRUCK/TRACTORSTOTALCAPACITYUS TONSTOTAL #IN US TONS)# IN FLEETCAPACITY(US sfer.comwww.tjpottertrucking.comEDITORS NOTE: Every attempt has been made to assure information in the ACTTRANSPORT50 is correctand accurate. The editors of ACT do not assume responsibility for errors, omissions or erroneous information.ACTTRANSPORT50

ACTTRANSPORT50* ACT estimate2019RANK2018RANK COMPANY NAMECITY STATE# OFTERMINALSSCOPE OFOPERATION# OFEMPLOYEES SENIOR CONTACT3131Berard TransportationNew Iberia, LA5National74Brett Berard, vice president,operations3233Entrec CorporationAcheson, AlbertaCanada14International550John M. Stevens, president/CEO3335Beyel Brothers*Cocoa, FL8Regional375Joseph Beyel, president3436MSA Delivery Services*Canton, MI6International75Jerry Rozum, president3436Southwest Industrial RiggingPhoenix, AZ4International140Harry Baker, president3537J. F. Lomma Inc.*South Kearny, NJNational163James Lomma, president35NEWVic's Crane & Heavy HaulRosemount, MN4National250Josh Horsch, vice president3638Trans-UnitedBurns Harbor, IN12International57Jeffrey S. Fleming, president/CEO3739Mountain TransportSalt Lake City, UT1National43Paul Belcher, CEO38NEWTriton TransportChilliwack, BC, Canada3International85Jared Bragg, vice president/general manager3941Omega MorganHillsboro, OR6International350Troy Tallent, vice president,operations4042Midwest SpecializedTransportation*Rochester, MN2International76Sean Claton, vice president/generalmanager4143Intermountain RiggingSalt Lake City, UT2National90Ron Montgomery, president4143Yarbrough Transfer CompanyWinston-Salem, NC3Regional68David Yarbrough, president4143Silk Road TransportArkport, NY1International45Todd S. Haraty, COO4220Sarens USAHouston, TX5International200Steven Sarens, senior vicepresident4344Precision Heavy HaulTolleson, AZ2National26Mike Poppe, president4445Taylor Crane & RiggingCoffeyville, KS2National96Jim C. Taylor, president45NEWMarco TransportSanta Ana, CA2Regional42Tim McVay, president4646Global Specialized ServicesCasper, WY1National60Jim Orr, president4747Great Lakes Heavy HaulByron Center, MI1National33Ben Mayer, COO4848Specialized Inc.Aurora, OH1Regional18Al Kuhl, president4950Irving Equipment Ltd.Saint John, NB,Canada6Regional100David Irving, general manager50NEWAdvanced Freight DynamicsSpring, TX2National10Steven Lyons, ownerwith Landstar, Daseke and ATS in thatorder again. After that, things changed alittle here and there with Maxim CraneWorks moving from 6 to 4, Bennett MotorExpress moving from 4 to 6 and ALLErection staying at 5. The biggest gainerswere Bay Ltd. and TJ Potter Trucking,New this year are Vic’s Crane & HeavyHaul, Triton Transport, Marco Transportand Advanced Freight Dynamics. BecauseBurkhalter was acquired by Barnhart thisyear, this is the first time since the startof the list in 2005 that Burkhalter has notbeen on the list.A few highlights this year over 2018 isthat employee counts have decreased,after an increase last year. Almost everycompany on the list increased its fleet sizeand capacity, even if it was slightly.Due to two two-way ties and one threeway tie in fleet sizes, 55 companies madethe 2019 ACTTRANSPORT50.MethodologyWhile most of the major players in theNorth American transportation sector arerepresented on our ACTTRANSPORT50DEDICATED TO THE DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF BOOM DOLLIES BOOM LAUNCH TRAILERS HEAVY HAUL TRAILERS6448 State Route 224 Ottawa, OH 45875 SPECIALIZED TRAILERSEmail: [email protected]: 419-523

MODULAR/ HYDRAULICTRAILERS /DOLLIES# IN FLEET# OF TRUCK/TRACTORSTOTALCAPACITYUS TONSTOTAL #IN 43900940221094033CAPACITY(US TONS)# IN FLEETCAPACITY(US cotrucking.comwww.gsswy.comwww.afd-web.comtop list, there are changes from yearto year based on participation. TheACTTRANSPORT50 is ranked by fleetsize and then by total maximum transportcapacity of all relevant trailers andtransport systems in a company’s fleet (inU.S. tons).The ranking is based on informationsupplied on our ACTTRANSPORT503-5321SPECIALIZED TRAILERS(ALL MULTI-AXLE)survey form. While we have workedto produce the most accurate rankingpossible, we cannot guarantee theaccuracy of the information supplied. Werely on the integrity and honesty of thosewho submit this information to assureour list is accurate and correct. This yearwe reached out to more than 400 firms byemail, telephone, social media and E-casts.EDITORS NOTE: Every attempt has been made to assure information in the ACTTRANSPORT50 is correctand accurate. The editors of ACT do not assume responsibility for errors, omissions or erroneous information.ACTTRANSPORT50In some cases, when data wasn’t availableor updated, we marked these listings asestimates.As with all our top list databases, wemade every effort to ensure the accuracyand completeness of the informationpublished, but the editors and staff takeno responsibility for errors, omissions or incomplete information.www.nelsontrailers.com