The top 100 NVOCCs (Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers) in the United States for November were down from the hustle and bustle of holiday imports in the fall. The leading NVOs decreased 5% from October, a drop of almost 21,000 TEUs (twenty-foot containers) in one month. This drop is not uncommon to see in November but TEUs are up from November of 2012 by 30% for the top 100 NVOs.
Expeditor International is once again the top NVO in the United States for the month of November. Its total TEU imports for the month were around 30,000 and dropped from October by 8%. The runner up for November was Blue Anchor Line, which handled over 26,000 TEUs and decreased from October by over 15%. One of the few NVOs that rose from October was Topocean Consolidation Services (TOPO). The 8th leading NVO for the month took in almost 11,000 TEUs and increased from October by nearly 14%.
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This report has been prepared exclusively for 3PL News by Zepol Corporation, a provider of the most complete and up-to-date trade data to organizations around the world. The data excludes shipments from empty containers, excludes shipments labeled as freight remaining on board, and may contain other data anomalies. For more information on Zepol’s industry-leading U.S. import/export data tools, please visit www.zepol.com