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Third Party Services listings:
(623) 850-5000
Freeport Logistics, Inc.
Website:
(866) 378-6468
Freight Management, Inc.
Website:
1 (727) 450-7800
FreightCenter
Website:
800-323-5441
Freightquote
Website:
(519) 842-7600
Future Transfer
Website:
877-917-2160
FW Warehousing
Website:
205-251-6161
G & H Management, Inc.
800-677-3110
GENCO
Website:
888-826-9942
Genesis Engineering, Inc.
Website:
615-401-6400
Geodis
Website:
404-260-0400
Geodis Wilson USA
559-265-4200
Group Warehouses Inc.
Website:
269-982-1390
Hanson Logistics Group
Website:
305 406 4500
Hellmann Worldwide Logistics
Website:
503-531-5400
Henningsen Cold Storage Co.
Website:
1-866-426-4252
IBM
Website:
256.650.4105
ILS Integrated Logistics Solutions
Website:
714-566-1000
Ingram Micro Logistics
Website:
559-237-2052
Inland Star Distribution Centers, Inc.
Website:
855-815-2646
Inmar
Website:
617-439-5880
INTRAL Corporation
Website:
727-846-8787
Jameson Enterprises, Inc.
Website:
Johanson Transportation Service
5583 E. Olive Avenue
Fresno, California 93727
United States
(559) 458-2200
(800) 742-2053
[ protected]

JTS offers dry and temperature-controlled trailers and containers for full truckload, LTL, rail intermodal, flatbed, ocean and air freight across the U.S. and Canada. Importing/exporting services include customs clearance handling, insurance handling, cross-docking, transloading and drayage. Customers can leverage our cloud-based FreightOptixx™ TMS to manage all their freight communications.

800-997-9744
KACE Logistics, LLC
Website:
888-356-5263
Kane Is Able, Inc.
Website:

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