Transportation Companies

The transportation sector is a category of companies that provide services to move people or goods, as well as transportation infrastructure. 

Explore Transportation Companies

Row of tires
How Toyota Makes Money
DiDi Chuxing: The Chinese Ride-Sharing Giant
A general view of Ford's UK headquarters building.
How Ford Makes Money
Cruises for New Years — Carnival
5 Companies Owned by Carnival Corp. (CCL)
The company logo of automaker Volkswagen AG stands outside Volkswagen headquarters.
5 Companies Owned by Volkswagen
Photo courtesy Nikola
How Nikola Makes Money: Hydrogen-Electric Trucks
F-22 Raptor flies in this undated image provided by Lockheed Martin
3 Companies Owned by Lockheed Martin
Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas cruise ship
How Royal Caribbean (RCL) Makes Money
NIO Electric Ears
How NIO Makes Money
Carnival Sunshine
How Carnival Cruise Line Makes Money
Top 6 Companies Owned by Daimler AG (DDAIF)
A BMW logo is displayed on a vehicle in Manhattan on August 01, 2019 in New York City.
Who Are BMW's Main Suppliers?
The Toyota logo is displayed at One Toyota of Oakland, California.
Who Are Toyota's (TM) Main Suppliers?
Container house in warehouse shipping port
National Motor Freight Traffic Association (NMFTA)
Passengers wait to board an Amtrak train.
How Amtrak Makes Money
Taxis in Rush Hour Traffic
How NYC's Yellow Cab Works and Makes Money
Hands holding a steering wheel in a car
How GM Makes Money
Who are General Motors' (GM) main suppliers?
Who are Daimler AG's main suppliers?
How The U.S. Automobile Industry Has Changed
Wall Street History: Railroads and Rockefeller