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NFI is a fully integrated supply chain solutions provider offering logistics, distribution, warehousing, intermodal, real estate, and solar services across the U.S. and Canada. Headquartered in New Jersey, NFI owns facilities, nationwide and globally, and more than 2,000 tractors and 7,000 trailers. Privately held by one family since its inception in 1932, NFI operates more than 23 million square feet of contract and public warehouse and distribution space, and generates $1 billion in revenue annually. NFI is a partner of the EPA SmartWay program, which dedicates efforts to increasing energy efficiency and reducing the the freight industry’s environmental impact.

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NFI is a fully integrated supply chain solutions provider offering logistics, distribution, warehousing, intermodal, real estate, and solar services across the U.S. and Canada. Headquartered in Vineland and Cherry Hill, New Jersey, NFI owns facilities nationwide and globally, more than 2,000 tractors, and more than 7,000 trailers. Privately held by one family since its inception in 1932, NFI employs more than 6,000 individuals, operates more than 23 million square feet of contract and public warehouse and distribution space, and generates $1 billion in revenue annually. NFI is a partner of the Environmental Protection Agency’s SmartWay program, which dedicates efforts to increasing energy efficiency and reducing the impact of the freight industry upon the environment.

1515 Burnt Mill Road
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08003
United States
877.634.3777
www.NFIindustries.com




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