Atlanta and Dallas: two of the largest metropolitan areas in the south. Atlanta — an urban jungle with a reputation for innovation, business, and logistics — and Dallas — where the West begins and where major global companies thrive and people continue to flock — have several benefits for individuals, families, businesses, and more. But what else do these two major cities have in common? Great infrastructure and easy access to land, sea, and air.
Atlanta has quickly become an attractive place for manufacturers and retailers who are looking to relocate or expand their warehousing and distribution operations to the South. The state is home to about 900 million square feet of warehouse distribution space, with 600 million square feet of that located in metro Atlanta. With a talented workforce, higher quality of life, and lower cost of living, Atlanta is where more and more people are choosing to move and do business.
Topics: Warehousing, Technology, Packaging, eCommerce, Transportation, 3PL
When you think of Orlando, your mind probably instantly jumps to the fun vacation destinations – Walt Disney World, Sea World, and Universal Studios. With these exciting theme parks, numerous zoos, and vibrant entertainment centers, there’s no wonder why it’s one of the most visited cities in the US.
Topics: Warehousing, Transportation
Located just outside of Atlanta, our facility in Jonesboro is a great option for your storage and distribution needs in the Southeast.
Topics: Warehousing, Packaging, Transportation
With the massive shift to ecommerce and spending since 2020, the demand for truck drivers has been through the roof, which also means the need for semi-parking and semi-storage has grown and will continue to grow.