We recently added the domestic service option, and it has already proven to be superior to services offered by our competitors
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) August 6, 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 in King of Prussia, PA. The new facility services businesses located in Philadelphia, southern and central New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware and Virginia that ship regularly to Canada and within the United States.
"Businesses in this region are really clamoring for alternatives when it comes to transporting goods between the United States and Canada," branch manager Frank Jacketti explains. "The shaky U.S. economy, combined with skyrocketing fuel and transportation costs have caused many companies to rethink their business practices. Just because a business has 'always' done things one way doesn't meant there isn't a better, possibly less expensive way to get the job done. Purolator USA offers businesses choices that can help manage those costs."
Purolator USA offers customers unmatched experience and expertise in cross border logistics, and can ensure the seamless movement of goods across both sides of the Canadian border. The company has operations in both Canada and the United States and 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 Jacketti.
In addition to its experience in cross border transportation logistics, Purolator USA is recognized for its commitment to customer service. Every Purolator USA customer is assigned a specific service representative, who ensures that each account's unique needs are addressed, and who is on call should a problem arise or a change need to be made to a logistics plan.
This individualized approach is well suited for the mid-Atlantic region, where cross border trade between Canada and the states of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Jersey is at an all-time high. During 2006, more than $26 billion in goods traveled between Canada and these states.
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, Buffalo and Newburgh, NY.
For more information about Purolator USA, please visit http://www.purolatorusa.com.