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Worley Companies, a family owned Full Service Third Party Logistics provider (3PL) with full B2B and B2C Order Fulfillment capabilities. Our focus on Consumer Packaged Goods is supported by our attention to detail and grounded in daily execution giving our clients the confidence their products are in good hands. Our ISO 9001-2008 and USDA Organic Certification are representative of our commitment to our clients and their customers. Relevance, Flexibility, Innovation and Reliability are the reasons our relationships sustain themselves as a Service Provider and a Resource. Worley’s Clients are leaders in their respective Industries. These clients are major players in Food Manufacturing, Snack Foods, Beverage, Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG), Ready to Eat (RTE) and the Health and Beauty Market segments. Worley Warehouses are an integrated package of services such as, shipping and receiving domestic and international shipments, cross docking, Rail Loading/Unloading, B2B and B2C order fulfillment, Load Consolidation and Value-add services such as display building for Club and Retail. Worley’s Warehouse Management System (WMS) WarePak/400 is based on the demands of the Food Industry where Lot Code, Date Code and Brand Code traceability are critical components of any Food Supply Chain. WarePak/400 was developed to meet the demands of the regulatory world with the flexibility to meet Market demands as well as Seasonal or Event requirements. WarePak/400 gives our clientele the confidence their inventories are kept in real time, always accurate and available. Worley facilities are all FDA registered for Bioterrorism. All Worley facilities are maintained to Food Grade Standards. These standards are reflected in the fact Worley has never received an AIB Audit score of less than “Superior.”

423 Southgate Ct. SW
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404
United States
1 (319) 365-5247
1 (800) 475-5247
www.worleycompanies.com




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