RLS Logistics Expanding Their Fulfillment Operations By 2020

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RLS Logistics, a leading temperature-controlled third-party logistics (3PL) provider, announced today that it is increasing their Direct-to-Consumer (D2C) fulfillment capabilities to keep up with growing demand. The plan includes the renovation of two current facilities, while the company also contemplates acquiring a new location in the Midwest. The expansion will support the company’s existing client base, as well as, their goal of being the fulfillment partner of choice for new and growing D2C companies and retail operations.

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“By outsourcing packaging and fulfillment operations to RLS, companies of all sizes can avoid huge capital investments in facilities and equipment, ship products faster, and reduce freight costs; while not compromising on product quality.”

RLS Logistics, a leading temperature-controlled third-party logistics (3PL) provider, announced today that it is increasing their Direct-to-Consumer (D2C) fulfillment capabilities to keep up with growing demand. The plan includes the renovation of two current facilities, while the company also contemplates acquiring a new location in the Midwest. The expansion will support the company’s existing client base, as well as, their goal of being the fulfillment partner of choice for new and growing D2C companies and retail operations.

“Market trends, including the rapid growth of Direct-to-Consumer brands, have led to more and more companies who are looking to partner with a quality 3PL provider,” said Anthony M. Leo, RLS President/CEO, Warehousing Group. “By outsourcing packaging and fulfillment operations to RLS, companies of all sizes can avoid huge capital investments in facilities and equipment, ship products faster, and reduce freight costs; while not compromising on product quality.”

As part of the current expansion program, RLS recently completed renovations to their existing Salt Lake City, Utah logistics center which will allow the facility to accommodate additional fulfillment lines. According to Ken Johnson, Executive Vice President, Warehousing Group. “With the upgrades in Salt Lake City, we can double capacity at this location which provides forward distribution for products shipped throughout the West.”

“With Phase One of the project complete, we are beginning similar renovations to our East Coast logistics center in Newfield, New Jersey, which will more than double its capacity as well,” Johnson continued. “As part of the renovations, we are adding a new dry warehouse location nearby in Vineland, New Jersey which will handle packaging and other ambient items currently housed in Newfield. We expect this second phase to be completed and operational in the first quarter of 2020. At the same time, we are evaluating potential locations to establish a D2C fulfillment center in the Midwest which will solidify our ability to provide two-day ground transportation to all 48 contiguous states.”

For more information on how RLS Logistics can help your company succeed, please contact us at 800-579-9900 or info@rlslogistics.com.

About RLS Logistics: Founded in 1968, RLS Logistics is a family-owned, third-party logistics provider specializing in cold-chain logistics including LTL and TL transportation, warehousing, packaging and repackaging, e-commerce fulfillment, and freight brokerage services. All RLS temperature-controlled operations are GFSI certified for storage and distribution by the British Retail Consortium (BRC) - Global Standard and comply with all government and USDA regulations. RLS is an approved Third-Party Consolidator for Walmart suppliers, offering weekly day-specific delivery to all 44 DC’s throughout the United States for both frozen and refrigerated commodities. For more information, visit http://www.rlslogistics.com.

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