Finding the Right Location for Your Company’s Next Logistics/ Distribution Center
Download this new research brief, conducted by Peerless Research Group, examining how Florida’s pivotal location and supporting infrastructure enable organizations’ supply chains to easily access important international commercial centers.
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If you are not considering Florida for one of your company’s logistics and distribution hubs, you’re missing out on a major opportunity to effectively and efficiently service your customers in today’s fast-paced distribution environment.
Consider adding the Sunshine State to your company’s short list of options for logistics, distribution, and supply chain, if you haven’t already. After all, with the state’s 15 major deepwater ports; an extensive highway network; a robust freight rail network; and an I-10 corridor that extends across the entire U.S., the state is convenient to both global and domestic markets. Not to mention, Florida has an extensive multi-modal transportation system allowing companies to move their products literally anywhere in the world.
Download this new research brief, conducted by Peerless Research Group, examining how Florida’s pivotal location and supporting infrastructure enable organizations’ supply chains to easily access important international commercial centers.Download Now!
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