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The Shippers Group Adds Multi-Client Space in Lancaster, TX

Posted by Margaret Harvey on Sep 15, 2022

The Shippers Group is excited to announce that we have an additional 200,000 square feet of multi-client warehousing space in our 3PL warehousing network!

Lancaster Bldg

Located in southern Dallas County and part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, the Lancaster facility is conveniently located off I-20. Constructed in 2017, the facility at 2821 Danieldale Rd. in Lancaster, Texas is also convenient to I-35, the Dallas Railyard, and to DFW and Love Field Airports.

Fort Worth can be accessed within 35 minutes of the facility and the Dallas Love Field and Dallas/Fort Worth Airports are each under 45 minutes from the site. With ESFR sprinklers, 34’ Clear Height, and a 24-Hour Video Monitored Secured Lot, this space is ideal for customers looking for bulk space or wanting a floor stacked option.

Lancaster Silgan

The Shippers Group operates 2.8M square feet of 3PL warehousing space in DFW Metroplex. In addition to our warehousing services, we offer contract packaging, transportation, and fulfillment services. For more information on available space, contact us or click here to request a quote.

 


The Shippers Group is a leading national third-party logistics company headquartered in Dallas, Texas providing supply chain support to brand leaders and market innovators in industries including food and consumer packaged goods. With food-grade multi-client and dedicated distribution facilities in the United States, The Shippers Group provides supply-chain solutions with outsourced warehousing, transportation, contract packaging, and e-commerce fulfillment services. Since 1901, The Shippers Group has relied on core values of integrity, innovation, excellence, and safety to grow customer relationships, focus on continuous improvement, and engage sustainable business practices that deliver results. More information is available at www.theshippersgroup.com.

                                                         

Topics: Warehousing, 3PL