ContainerPort Group Named to CCJ Top 250 Carriers in 2019

ContainerPort Group gained 6 ranks in 2019, clinching the No. 90 spot (formerly No. 96).

CLEVELAND, OH - ContainerPort Group (CPG®), a leading multi-modal transportation provider, was named to Commercial Carrier Journal's CCJ Top 250 For-Hire Carriers for the second year in a row.

ContainerPort Group ranks  #90 on CCJ Top 250 For-Hire Carriers

The CCJ Top 250 represents the most comprehensive ranking of active carriers in the trucking industry, taking into account not only the revenues posted by a trucking company but also its fleet size and employment base.  

"CPG® is honored to be a part of the CCJ Top 250 for two years running!" said Michael Smith, ContainerPort Group President. "Our team is dedicated to taking care of our growing fleet of owner-operators while providing capacity solutions for our customers. We're proud to be selected for this recognition and look forward to our future growth."

This year, CPG®'s network expansion and growing team propelled the company to the No. 90 spot.


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About ContainerPort Group

ContainerPort Group, Inc. (CPG®) has been serving America's Heartland, global gateways and vital transportation corridors with multi modal solutions since its founding in 1971. As a pioneer in international and domestic container drayage - and with a reputation for safety and reliability, we continue to innovate the industry with our trucking, container depot operations, rail, warehousing and logistics services. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, CPG® has specific divisions dedicated to Intermodal, Bulk, and Truckload and Logistics. No matter your cargo type – we have a seamless solution from the first to the last mile.

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About Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ)

Commercial Carrier Journal (CCJ) is edited for the executives who manage, operate and maintain the nation’s private, for hire, utility and specialty fleets. It is aimed at management and construction fleets. Editorial subject matter includes coverage of business managers’ issues of industry trends, cost management, maintenance, safety, labor and legislation to technical reports on vehicle and component developments.

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