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  October 9th, 2018 | Written by

Global Trade’s 50 Leading 3PL’s of 2018

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  • Doing your supply chain yourself may seem like a good idea at first, but it can easily become overwhelming.

Napoleon Bonaparte once said, “If you want a thing done well, do it yourself,” but the French statesman didn’t have to deal with his own in-house supply chain management, either. The technology investment, the workers, the warehouse space—doing it yourself may seem like a good idea at first, but it can easily become so overwhelming as to take your attention away from where it’s really needed.

If you’ve thought about outsourcing your supply chain to a third-party logistics (3PL) company, but have no idea where to begin, relax. Outsourcing your supply chain to a 3PL is easier than you think. It can make your business run smoother, save you money and save you time, too.

Whether you’re ready to make the leap to outsourcing your logistics or you’re just looking to switch providers, these 50 leading 3PL providers have got your back.

1. Ones to Watch: 

Knichel Logistics
Knichel Logistics is a 3PL that should definitely be on everyone’s radar as a company to watch. A family owned, certified woman owned small business (WOSB) with a veteran staff and more than 15 years of transportation experience, Knichel has been building tremendous growth via its ability to find cost-effective solutions and work arounds for all its customers during a market of tremendously tight capacity and ever-changing railroad fluctuations. Their CEO is an industry leader to keep an eye on; Kristy Knichel is a frequent speaker on summit panels, sharing her knowledge through extensive networking and giving back to her community.

Sunland Logistics Solutions
Sunland Logistics Solutions is a growing 3PL headquartered in the Southeast but expanding nationally. With extensive global supply chain experience, Sunland’s leadership team united in 2013 with a servant leader mentality to help their customers and associates be successful. Sunland is focused on being a flexible partner who provides world-class service through high performance, advanced technology and a winning continuous improvement culture. Since its founding in 1982, the organization has developed expertise in providing warehousing and value-added services across multiple industries including: automotive, retail/eCommerce, chemical and industrial. Now operating in six states, Sunland is evolving alongside its customers’ needs and is continuously expanding its repertoire to include services such as JIT shuttle transportation, material planning, returns management and in-plant logistics.

With a full suite of logistics solutions, Swift Logistics has consistently had 100 percent year over year growth since their inception in 1995. One of the fastest growing logistics providers in the nation, Phoenix, Arizona-based Swift was recently ranked the #16 Logistics companies in America, offering freight under management, TMS, single source solutions, and brokerage solutions for businesses of all sizes.

Tucker is an ISO-certified freight brokerage that is experiencing explosive growth, honing its skills with all types of freight, from oversized to delicate and high-value to temperature-controlled. Tucker dedicates itself to delivering unparalleled service to its customers. As service becomes more important in the marketplace due to compliance fees and vendor requirements, Tucker is are perfectly positioned to deliver results for its shippers.

2. Expedited:

Mallory Alexander International Logistics
Mallory Alexander International Logistics specializes in global logistics and supply chain services, including public and contract warehousing; freight forwarding (international, domestic, air and ocean); customs brokerage; import/export services; intermodal trucking and transportation; and consulting. A fifth-generation company, with 24 offices and 32 worldwide warehouse operations and distribution centers, Mallory Alexander is fully licensed, ISO9001:2008 and C-TPAT certified. It has won the President’s E-Award for Exporting Excellence and the President’s E Star Award for the promotion of U.S. exports. The 3PL supports manufacturers, retailers and other suppliers in the storage and shipment of their valuable cargo, and they do it with confidence—on time, with care, everywhere.

Ask anyone at UTXL why they are top 3PL provider and they’ll all tell you the same thing: safety. That’s because in the logistics industry, UTXL’s safety record is unmatched. Since 1997, there have been zero charges to any of UTXL’s highly rated (AM Best Rated A-VIII) Auto, General, Cargo or E&O insurance policies or to any of its surety bonds. The company prides itself on being financially strong, remaining consistently profitable and debt free for over 20 years. UTXL has also achieved near-perfect service for truckload and multi-stop shippers (including the U.S. Department of Defense) since 1997. UTXL’s systems include comprehensive accounting, TMS, EDI and award-winning tracking, including their HaulStreet suite of in-transit viewing and automated capacity locating systems, which are patent pending and growing. With round-the-clock customer support, UTXL knows its customers are the most important aspect of their business–and it’s why their services are relied upon daily by the some of the world’s largest expedited and surge shippers.

3. Versatile:

Ease Logistics
Since March of 2014, Ease Logistics has been offering a full range of logistics solutions to help customers get their products there on time, on temperature and on budget. In just three short years, Ease Logistics expanded its warehouse size nearly tenfold to meet increasing demand and to stay on track for the future. From expedited shipping to over-dimensional loads, you can handle it with Ease.

NFI’s integrated suite of supply-chain solutions span distribution, transportation, global logistics and real estate. NFI forms innovative solutions to serve a diverse customer base including retail, food/beverage CPG, and manufacturing. NFI operates a distribution portfolio over 41.5 million square feet, providing versatile distribution services such as cross-docking, automation, eCommerce and food-grade facilities. Value-added services include returns, labeling, kitting and POP displays. NFI’s transportation solutions span dedicated fleets, port drayage, brokerage, transportation management, intermodal and refrigerated transportation. These flexible solutions yield consistent on-time performance, and the latest technology enhances safety and performance. With a focus on sustainability, NFI’s fleet of 4,000 tractors and 9,000 trailers includes electric and natural gas. NFI’s global logistics solutions span ocean and air freight forwarding, as well as order management, port and border services, value-added services and customs brokerage. Real estate solutions range from leasing and procurement to development and construction.

Sunset Transportation
Sunset Transportation isn’t just another 3PL. It is driven by the right-size fit for each business, using all levels of global and domestic supply chain resources and services. Their culture allows customers to feel like family, while offering advanced TMS solutions, reporting and shipment reliability. Sunset’s approach is simple: Through analysis of historical shipping data, they identify opportunities for optimization, service improvement and technology enhancements. All this is done with five promises made to every customer, every day: savings, visibility, data-driven decisions, continuous improvement and relationships. Sunset is the right-size 3PL.

WSI services a wide variety of customers through our network of 45 distribution centers located throughout the United States. WSI reacts quickly to its customers’ constantly changing needs. This nimbleness helps WSI’s customers to be responsive to their own customers—and that helps them to save money.

4. North America: 

Home to one of the largest private fleets in Canada, Challenger Motor Freight began in 1975. Today, the company has more than 1,500 tractors and 3,000 trailers—and a presence in both Canada and the United States. Challenger was recently named one of the 50 Best Managed Companies in Canada for the 17th consecutive year and reached Platinum Member status after their seventh year receiving the honor.

Echo Global
Based in Chicago, Echo Global has more than 30 locations in the United States. Echo provides everything from managed transportation solutions to supply-chain management, freight brokerage, truckload, partial truckload, LTL, intermodal and expedited—all monitored on their own, proprietary web-based technology platform that compiles and analyzes data from their more than 40,000 transportation providers around the country.

FLS Transportation
FLS Transportation is one of the fastest growing 3PLs in North America, with locations in the United States, Canada and Mexico. FLS offers customizable logistics solutions for every size business, but their specialty is over-the-road transportation. They also offer cross dock, freight management and warehousing services.

Old Dominion
Providing door-to-door delivery and Friday-to-Monday services to 95 percent of the continental U.S., Old Dominion prides itself on offering guaranteed delivery by either 5 p.m. or by a specific time per customer request. Old Dominion also specializes in trade show logistics through its vast network of 233 service centers. With so many connections, it’s no wonder Old Dominion boasts one of the best claims ratios and on-time delivery records in the logistics industry.

Pitt Ohio
Legend has it that the team at Pitt Ohio are such pros at getting freight moving, their competition comes to Pitt for help. A regular “Carrier of the Year” honoree by such companies as Geodis and Transplace, Pitt Ohio offers a variety of customizable shipping solution to work with any schedule and any budget.

For 15 years, ProTrans has had its finger on the pulse of the NAFTA-created manufacturing boom which began in 1994. Today, ProTrans operates chiefly supporting the manufacturing markets from the Midwest to Texas, as well as the maquiladoras located along the United States /Mexico border.

5. Global:

American Global Logistics
Founded in 2007, American Global Logistics began with just two founding partners but has steadily grown to between 100 and 150 full-time team members, who travel nearly a million cumulative miles per year, and a client base that includes some of the biggest names in retail, including Igloo, Mattress Firm, Cooper Tire, Ethan Allen and Bassett Furniture, for which AGL was honored with a 2018 “SCDE 100” award for top supply-chain projects. Headquartered in Atlanta, with an operations hub in Martinsville, Virginia, AGL is a key player in the trans-Pacific lanes, serving clients in North America, South America, Central America, Europe, Asia and South Africa. What sets AGL apart from other third-party logistics providers, according to CEO John Slangerup, is its ability to provide unique, individualized services to each of its clients, making it somewhat of a “4PL” by acting as an extension of their clients’ business and assuming responsibility for all supply-chain related activities. “By combining advanced supply chain technology and a one-to-one customer service model, AGL implements holistic solutions that drive efficient communication between factories, employees, carriers and other stakeholders, so customers can respond to changing conditions and improve operations,” explains Slangerup. “Understanding the impact that a supply chain has on the success, reputation and growth of a business, along with the trust that requires customers to place in AGL’s people, are at the core of everything the company does.”

Agility Logistics
Based in Kuwait, Agility Logistics has more than 30 locations in North America, with the overwhelming majority in the U.S., from north to south and from east to west. Having begun as a small warehousing provider in 1979, the 3PL is now the largest in the Middle East, with more than 40 logistics brands in 100 countries across the globe. Boasting 22,000 employees, Agility Logistics prides itself on being on the pulse of the rising global economy.

APL Logistics
APL Logistics boasts over 200 facilities in 60 different countries around the world. Each year, APL covers 20 million square feet globally, employing over 6,000 people. APL specializes in transportation for the automotive, industrial, retail and consumer markets.

BDP International
For over 50 years, BDP has strived to deliver the ultimate customer service experience. With 149 offices serving 133 countries, BDP is truly an international company. BDP is also the founder of the BDP Cares initiative, a charity program that gives back to the numerous communities BDP holds offices in.

Cardinal Health
With presence in nearly 60 countries around the world, Cardinal Health is a consistent top 25 member of the Fortune 500. Offering integrated healthcare services, Cardinal Health also prides itself on offering clinically proven pharmaceuticals and medical supplies at cost-effective prices. These prices enhance supply chain efficiency, allowing for better patient management through its own pharmaceutical distribution services.

C.H. Robinson
Founded in 1905 in Grand Forks, North Dakota, as a fruit and vegetable wholesale trading house, today the Eden Prairie, Minnesota-based 3PL is one of the largest in the world. With more than 15,000 employees serving 120,000 customers in North and South America, Asia and Europe, C.H. Robinson provides everything from air, sea and truckload services. They also offer customs brokerage, small business TMS, and their own independent TMS operation, Managed TMS, which provides global transportation management software with logistics process management and transportation management consulting.

Hellmann Worldwide Logistics
Hellmann is committed to being the leading global logistics provider in terms of service excellence, quality, innovation and environmental care. They recognize that their people are the foundation of their success, so they make every effort to provide them with a fulfilling and engaging working environment. Hellmann carries through with their commitment to their customers by being responsive to customer needs and by providing those customers with logistics solutions that create value and support their success.

Retail logistics management provider MIQ has a major presence throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia. MIQ specializes in retail shipments with tight deadlines and special circumstances, such as product launches, special orders, rework products, and unusual sized shipments. They also provide kitting, labeling, inserts and other services as required.

NGL Global Logistics
A leading logistics provider for the medical industry, NGL Global Logistics specializes in the transportation of surgical and medical equipment that needs to get where it’s going–fast. NGL prides itself on its ability to provide customers with a clear picture of the supply chain, including real-time visibility of inventory and shipment status. NGL also offers distribution, warehousing and same-day delivery.

SEKO Logistics
Founded in 1976 as a single location in Chicago, Illinois, SEKO now proudly helms 120 offices in 40 locations around the world. Offering a complete suite of supply chain solutions, SEKO has its clients covered from start to finish, with transportation, logistics, forwarding, warehousing—and even IT solutions to help keep customers in-the-know about their merchandise, around the clock.

But don’t let their size fool you: SEKO prides itself on its flat management structure that puts “just three layers” between the client and the CEO, eliminating wasted time and wasted money, and giving this big 3PL a more customized and more personalized feel.

Trans Group’s logistics expertise is a balanced cross-discipline of domestic, international and warehouse/distribution services, making it a true single-source transportation and logistics provider. With 90 stations spanning five continents, including more than 40 in North America, Trans Group partners with their customers to tailor and integrate logistics systems and solutions that deliver value across the entire supply chain. TransGroup’s TransLogic IT platform features a fully integrated menu of logistics tools such as shipment initiation, tracking, PO Management, TMS, WMS and custom alert and reporting functions. TransLogic is developed in-house, which allows for efficient customization and customer integration, including support for EDI and ERP integration.

UniGroup Logistics
For over 50 years, UniGroup Logistics has been at the forefront of global transportation. Specializing in the shipment of all grades of intricate medical and laboratory equipment, UniGroup uses state-of-the-art order and warehouse management systems to ensure medical equipment is processed with the utmost precision and care, working as a team to provide highly coordinated shipping services.

As a global leader in freight forwarding, Werner boasts a broad portfolio encompassing inland transportation, multimodal capabilities, warehousing and distribution support, customs brokerage, integrated logistics and supply chain management services. Werner offers customers complete global logistics solutions with a single-source point of contact.

With operations on four continents, Yusen Logistics has set its sights on the future with its Transform 2025 initiative. Yusen doesn’t just want to improve its own business model, it wants to learn more about what matters to its customers—and what it can do to make life easier for them. Yusen is committed to corporate responsibility through its YLK Group, and regularly works to ensure a smaller carbon footprint. Yusen even has its own free “CO2 e-calculator” which is free to use to determine the carbon emissions for any transportation service.

6. E-Commerce and Omni Channel:

Originally founded in 1929 as a phonograph needle manufacturer, FIDELITONE is now in its fourth generation of private ownership. FIDELITONE combines industry-leading technology, its people, and its proven process (The Path to Loyalty) to provide eCommerce and Omni-channel solutions to retailers and manufacturers. Their fulfillment network provides clients with one- to two-day fulfillment to 98 percent of the U.S. population.

Kane is Able
Kane Is Able integrates order processing, inventory management, pick and pack services and transportation management for a single-source eCommerce and retail fulfillment solution from multiple facilities across the country. Just plug in and let them handle all your fulfillment details. There are many benefits of using Kane’s fulfillment warehouse services. In-house engineers design optimal layouts, automation and pick processes to reduce labor, therefore reducing overall costs. Kane also reduces capital investments as you can use its buildings and systems. The 3PL reduces inventory, managing retail and consumer orders from the same fulfillment warehouse and inventory pool. That frees your organization to focus on sales growth, while Kane manages all back-end eCommerce fulfillment details.

LEGACY Supply Chain Services
Legacy SCS provides value-added warehousing, distribution and transportation solutions for businesses with dynamic supply chains in North America. Its omni-channel logistics service offering includes warehousing and distribution, eCommerce fulfillment, international and domestic transportation brokerage, customs brokerage and dedicated fleet. High touch customer service and operational expertise delivers results for clients in many B2B and B2C industries ranging from direct to consumer (technology enablement and operational expertise to deliver from the online shopping cart to the front door), direct to store and big box retail environments (supply chain deliveries for retail channels), distribution center to distribution center (operating large and medium scale distribution operations to keep products moving through the supply chain), and wholesaler/distributor (servicing critical sales and distribution channels for manufacturers of component parts and finished goods). Legacy synchronizes inventory across all channels for many of the largest retailers in North America.

ODW Logistics
Founded in 1971 as Ohio Distribution Warehouse Corp. by Bob Ness and John Berend, ODW has since changed more than just its name. What began as a modest 89,000-square-foot leased warehouse in downtown Columbus, Ohio, now boasts over 4 million square feet of warehouse space across 13 locations with more than 1,000 employees. Helmed by President, CEO and owner John Ness, today ODW offers more than just warehousing. They provide asset-based transportation, transportation management and manufacturing support—all customizable to fit clients’ specific needs. But ODW hasn’t spent the past 47 years in the warehousing industry without learning a thing or two along the way. The company employs a state-of-the-art inventory management system as well as a highly skilled contract logistics team to customize turn-key 3PL solutions to suit the needs of any business. This past July ODW announced its newest facility, a 200,000-square-foot warehouse in Grove City, Ohio, that features a tier one WMS, zone pick and pass with both high and low velocity zones, and very narrow aisle (VNA) dense racking and storage.

Port Logistics Group
Port Logistics Group specializes in complex 3PL supply chain solutions across multiple channels. As a true omnichannel logistics provider, PLG serves the B2B and direct-to-consumer (D2C) segments. Operations include 14 omni-channel facilities across 5.7 million square feet of warehouse space that is located at four major U.S. gateways. Founded in 2008 by veteran logistics leaders, PLG serves a roster of customers which include top manufacturers, retailers, distributors, online-only brands and luxury brands. The company’s 2018 investment in eCommerce fulfillment provider Whiplash Merchandising expanded its technology offerings with real-time order and inventory visibility, advanced order logic automation and shopping cart integration. Services include scalable fulfillment solutions to retail stores, DCs, and direct-to-consumer, value-added warehousing and distribution services, including specialized packaging and brand personalization, robust technology solutions using an existing WMS, the Whiplash system, or PLG’s proprietary WMS, event tracker and national transportation services such as secure gateway logistics for importers, vendor consolidation and transloading.

Transportation Insight
Transportation Insight is an enterprise logistics provider offering data-driven, technology-enabled, end-to-end supply chain solutions including best-in-class eCommerce and omni-channel solutions. Transportation Insight delivers optimization, visibility and control with tier one North American Truckload, LTL and parcel logistics service offerings, transportation management system technology, freight invoice audit and payment, business intelligence, supply chain analytics and lean consulting. With rapidly deployable technologies, Transportation Insight delivers value creation with advanced multi-modal insight, automation, modeling and simulation. Accelerating connectivity speed to customers and suppliers for faster deliveries, while balancing cost and service, Transportation Insight designs and executes strategic solutions aligned to carrier networks for maximum performance. Serving more than 1,500 retailers, manufacturers and distributors, Transportation Insight boasts deep domain expertise that helps clients keep an eCommerce edge, while mitigating risk and delivering profitable, five-star customer service. Leveraging technology, data science, import/export trade compliance and parcel logistics (audit, engineering, advanced analytics), this comprehensive service platform enables North American enterprises to achieve measurable improvements, outpace their competition and dominate their market.

7. Temperature Controlled:

MD Logistics
MD Logistics offers customizable supply chain solutions for many vertical markets, but their main focus lies in the life science and pharmaceutical market. Equipped to provide storage at -40C, -30C -20C, 2-8C and 15-25C at its Indianapolis, Indiana and Reno, Nevada, facilities, MD Logistics also offers storage, warehousing, fulfillment and distribution (dedicated FTL/LTL temp control), as well as FDA compliant relabeling and repackaging.

Port Jersey Logistics
Port Jersey Logistics offers six decades of 3PL experience providing comprehensive and integrated services that meet a broad range of logistics requirements. Customized one-stop solutions are built for its customers through their warehousing and transportation divisions, which cater to a wide array of products that include consumer packaged goods, specialty foods, food ingredients, health and personal care and alcoholic beverages.

Greater than 40 percent of Ruan’s business is food-related. To maximize margins, Ruan works with food-related customers to streamline processes, improve distribution systems and cut transportation costs. Ruan has been able to enhance customer relationships and simplify processes by utilizing its customizable transportation management system technology, RTMS2.0, which combines software from two leading transportation system providers, best-in-class logistics tools and Ruan’s own custom intellectual property.

8. Innovative:

Evans Distribution Systems
Evans Distribution continues to create unique, tailored, innovative solutions for many different verticals. They utilize 90 years of experience in logistics, combined with agility to help their customers overcome challenges big, small, and on any time-schedule.

Kenco is one of the first and few 3PLs to have a fully dedicated innovation group. Founded in 2015, Kenco Innovation Labs features a dedicated research and development team, a crowdsourced approach to creativity and ideation, and a lean business model that enables rapid prototyping and deployment with real results. Today, Kenco invests over $2 million annually into engineering, research and development of new ideas and technologies. The Innovation Labs have so far identified more than $25 million of cost savings for customers and is quickly positioning itself as a thought leader within the 3PL market.

Penske Logistics
Penske Logistics is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Penske Truck Leasing. With operations in North America, South America, Europe and Asia, Penske Logistics provides supply chain management and logistics services to leading companies around the world. Penske delivers value through its design, planning and execution in transportation, warehousing and freight management.

Rakuten Super Logistics
Since 2001, RSL has grown to become one of the nation’s leading eCommerce order fulfillment companies. As a member of the Rakuten family of companies, RSL utilizes state-of-the-art technology to ensure clients receive the maximum benefits of industry-leading logistics/order fulfillment, while minimizing operational costs. The core focus of RSL’s order fulfillment expertise is providing customers with scalability, flexibility and—ultimately—cost savings. They believe that outsourcing order fulfillment does not translate into ceding control over one’s business’ operations. RSL is committed to empowering eCommerce retailers—no matter their size—to increase speed of order delivery, and constantly improve order fulfillment accuracy, while lowering shipping costs and increasing customer satisfaction. RSL guarantees 100 percent order accuracy; customers can rely on RSL to ship the right product—all the time; orders received before 3 p.m. local time are also guaranteed to ship on the same day.

9. Tech – Savvy:

BluJay Solutions
Proprietors of the MobileStar supply chain tracking app, BluJay Solutions global trade network also offers logistics solutions of its own. BluJay specializes in helping big box retailers think smarter, not smaller, by allowing smaller providers to offer customizable solutions to very challenging problems like changing market forces and customer demand that larger providers often cannot adapt quickly enough to.

CT Logistics
CT Logistics offers customized products, services and software that addresses today’s needs for comprehensive, global supply chain and 3PL solutions. Core components to CT’s strategy are an in-house staff of software engineers, systems analysts and developers who create new products for deployment to all clients as well as CT’s in-house developed freight audit, payment and management information system, CT FreitRater, their TMS software CT FreitLion and their global software CT Lion.

PLS Logistics
Proprietors of the popular PLS Live Track and PLS Carrier Connect apps, PLS Logistics helps put supply chain tracking in the hands of their customers. With these innovative apps, customers can get real-time tracking notifications, map tracking, search and filter options and reporting capabilities. The Carrier Connect app allows drivers to share location, receive up-to-date dispatch information, and even allows carriers to upload photos of scale tickets, POD’s and freight.

Proprietors of the cloud-based RyderShare software, Ryder strives to offer customers real-time visibility at every stage of the supply chain. With both a web-based interface and a mobile app, Ryder hopes its RyderShare system can connect customers and drivers with valuable, time-and-money-saving information.

10. Hazmat:

Anchor 3PL
Anchor 3PL offers safe and reliable chemical and hazmat materials storage and distribution. They work in partnership with fire/safety departments and all regulating authorities to ensure full compliance and best practices. Proper, safe, accurate handling and distribution of client’s chemical and hazmat inventories is the Salt Lake City-based 3PL’s top priority. Their warehousing network was built with hazmat in mind, having researched the thousands of material-specific requirements that crisscross dozens of federal, state and local regulatory jurisdictions to design facilities where security and compliance come first. From the receiving dock to the storage bay, you need a warehousing partner who has done their homework and cultivated key personnel who specialize in hazmat logistics, safety and compliance. Anchor 3PL helps you limit transit time and reduce risk during storage.

CLX Logistics
CLX Logistics’ popularity lies in its state-of-the-art TMS application which simplifies logistics and tracking for the customer. On the road, CLX specializes in the transportation of chemicals, getting product where it needs to go, safely and compliantly.

DGD Hazmat
An industry leader in the management and safe transportation of hazardous materials via air ocean and road, your “Ultimate Hazmat 3PL” conducts business with an array of large corporate entities that control major market presence, both internationally and domestically. DGD promises to provide the expertise and know-how required to get any job done. The Miami, Florida-based 3PL is a one-stop shop for all hazardous material transportation needs, specializing in dangerous goods domestic transport nationwide for less than truck load and full truckload hazmat shipments as well as hazmat documentation, repacking, consultation, training, warehousing, local drayage and last-mile delivery.

LeSaint Logistics
Specializing in chemical logistics, LeSaint is experienced in the shipment of both hazardous and non-hazardous materials. With a fleet of hazmat-compliant vehicles, all LeSaint employees are specially trained to handle hazardous materials. LeSaint also offers hazardous as well as non-hazardous materials warehousing. LeSaint’s goal is to provide legendary customer service with a variety of personalized services to suit the needs of any business.

11. Retail:

Wen Parker Logistics
Our mission is to provide leading edge global supply chain solutions that deliver value, innovation and world-class service.  We strive to operate as a true business partner with each of our clients in an effort to maximize the performance and efficiency of their individual supply chains.

Our global team of supply chain professionals possess extensive industry experience, in-depth product knowledge and they have access to the most up to date technology and business tools needed to provide a customer experience unlike any other within the transportation and logistics industry.   It does not matter the size and scope of the client for everyone is treated the same. Our customer-centric approach will continue to the driving force behind our forecasted financial growth and brand development in our retail vertical.

Saddle Creek Logistics
Saddle Creek is an asset-based third-party logistics provider based in Lakeland, Florida. They specialize in designing and delivering omnichannel logistics solutions for manufacturers, retailers and ecommerce companies. Their approach is solution based and data driven, using the most advanced operational methods and sophisticated technologies. They have advanced technology and scalable, custom solutions that leverage these capabilities to help their manufacturing, retail and ecommerce clients support their business goals.

UPS Supply Chain Solutions
Outsourcing supply chain management is becoming more prevalent, as customers increasingly view effective management of their supply chains as a strategic advantage rather than a cost center. What if someone told you they could help you reduce your operating costs, mitigate the customer service issues, and increase customer satisfaction? Would you listen? Sure you would. UPS’s proven engineered processes and our ability to optimize retail supply chains can do just that. Our industry leading performance indicators tell the story of 99.8% order accuracy and 99.8% of orders shipped on time factors that should make any retail customer happy.