We recently added the domestic service option, and it has already proven to be superior to services offered by our competitors
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 22, 2008
Purolator USA, the small-package and freight forwarding subsidiary of Canada's largest integrated distribution services company, has announced the opening of a new regional processing facility. The new branch is located in Grapevine and services businesses that ship regularly to Canada and within the U.S.
The Grapevine facility includes 7,000 square feet, and is located in close proximity to the Dallas-Ft. Worth airport. Branch Manager Mark Feeney notes that proximity to the airport is a key advantage because "the airport is a vital link for all freight movement into and out of this region." According to Feeney, freight arriving at the new facility can be quickly processed and loaded - either for air transit or ground, depending on its final destination.
Purolator USA offers unmatched experience and expertise in cross border logistics, and can ensure the seamless movement of goods across both sides of the Canadian border. Purolator USA has operations in both Canada and the United States, which provides access to established and extensive distribution networks throughout each country. Through its Purolator Trade Solutions service, Purolator USA provides access to cross border trade specialists, who can easily navigate U.S./Canadian customs regulations and procedures.
Purolator USA also offers small package and express delivery services within the United States. "We recently added the domestic service option, and it has already proven to be superior to services offered by our competitors," says Feeney.
"What really sets Purolator USA apart from our competitors is our ability to tailor logistics plans for each of our customers, based on their unique needs," Feeney says. "No two customers are alike, so we have no 'one size fits all' method of transporting goods. Our team works with each customer to develop a plan that gets goods where they need to be as quickly and as cost effectively as possible."
This individualized approach is well suited for the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, where cross border trade between Canada and Texas is at an all-time high. During 2006, almost $23 billion in goods traveled between Texas and Canada.
Purolator USA doubled the size of its U.S. office network during the past 12 months, with branches or gateways now operating in Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, Detroit, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Philadelphia, Raleigh/Durham and Newburgh, NY.
For more information about Purolator USA, please visit http://www.purolatorusa.com.
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