Neither Canon nor Nikon nor Sony nor Pentax (did I forget someone?) seem to be particularly concerned to offer such lenses. Even third party makers don't seem to be really interested in anything beyond inexpensive 70-300 zoom lenses. Meanwhile, other applications such as wide angle and the standard zoom range seems to be covered well with lenses specifically made for APS-C
Is there any particular reason for this? For instance, when asking new owners of the 7DII what lenses they use on their bodies, it's almost always a full frame lens (Canon L or 3rd party).
I could come up with a few possible reasons myself but none of them seem to be genuinely convincing.