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LEGACY Supply Chain Services
Services: LEGACY’s dedicated logistics solutions include warehousing & distribution, international transportation, North American transportation, customs & compliance, and pool distribution & consolidation services. We excel at providing high-touch service to clients across many industries including Retail, Consumer Goods, Industrial Manufacturing, Technology, Food & Beverage, Aftermarket Automotive, Life Sciences, Aerospace, and Healthcare.
About:

For nearly 40 years, LEGACY Supply Chain Services has been a dedicated logistics partner to our clients across the U.S. and Canada.

Like other 3PL providers, we recognize design, technology and infrastructure as integral parts of every supply chain - and we have the tier 1 technology, supply chain engineering, logistics infrastructure and long-term contracts to prove it. However, what distinguishes us in the 3PL industry is our LEGACY culture.

We lead with Culture First - and it makes a difference with our clients, our employees, and in our community.

99 Bow Street
Suite 300W
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
United States
800.361.5028 ext. 6
www.LEGACYscs.com




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From the June 2016 Issue
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