Buyers' Guide

A directory of companies and business solutions


Featured Warehouse/DC:
LEGACY Supply Chain Services
1941 Citrona Dr.
Suite 300W
Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034
United States
877-289-0576
[ protected]

For nearly 40 years, LEGACY Supply Chain Services has been a dedicated logistics partner to our clients across the U.S. and Canada. We provide customized, high-service 3PL solutions including warehousing & distribution, e-commerce fulfillment, transportation brokerage and dedicated fleet. We solve complex logistics challenges for clients with dynamic supply chains - including retail, consumer goods, and industrial manufacturing.


Featured Warehouse/DC:
Team Worldwide
P. O. Box 668
Winnsboro, Texas 75494
United States
903-342-3516
800-527-1168
[ protected]

With over 40 U.S. offices, and 170 TIGA locations, Team Worldwide provides global transportation of logistics services organized under the operating companies/services of: Team Air Express Team Transportation Team Logistics Team Ocean Services Team Customs Brokerage Team International Trade Services Team International Global Alliance


Featured Warehouse/DC:
Yusen Logistics Americas Inc
300 Lighting Way
6th Floor
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
United States
201-553-3800
800-414-3895
[ protected]

Yusen Logistics is leading global logistics service provider with over 60 years of expertise in warehousing, freight forwarding, and transportation. With more than 20,000 employees and 475 offices worldwide, we provide services to customers across Asia, Europe, North and South America, and Oceania.


Warehouse/DC listings:
A. Duie Pyle
650 Westtown Rd
PO Box 564
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19382-0564
United States
800-523-5020
[ protected]

Family-owned and operated since 1924, A. Duie Pyle provides a range of integrated transportation and distribution services throughout the Northeast region. Through its Customized Solutions Group, Pyle provides a variety of asset and non asset based services including Custom Dedicated fleet operations, Integrated Warehousing & Distribution, Solutions Design and Brokerage/Truckload Solutions

A.N. Deringer, Inc.
64 North Main St.
St. Albans, Vermont 05478
United States
802-524-8110
888-612-6239

1 (847) 884-1940
ADSI
Website:
781-221-4640
Amazon Robotics
Website:
877-800-1634
AmbaFlex Inc.
Website:
847-955-0980
AS/R Systems, Inc.
Website:
419-496-2974
Ashland Conveyor Products
Website:
812-284-9285
Axmann Conveying Systems
Website:
B-Tek Scales, LLC
Website:
Camcode
Website:
Cognex Corporation
Website:
Cree, Inc.
Website:
1 (419) 629-2311
Crown Equipment
Website:
706-798-4311
Cushman
Website:
1 (888) 693-3676
DENSO ADC
Website:
201-635-3493
DMW&H Systems
Website:
East Coast Storage Equipment
620 Burtis St.
Brick, New Jersey 08723
United States
732-451-1808
888-294-5022
[ protected]

859-342-7900
Emerson Industrial Automation
Website: www.emersonindustrial.com
610-973-8200
FlexLink Systems, Inc.
Website:
678.745.3720
FMH Conveyors
Website: www.flexmh.com
Forklift Academy
5737 Kanan Rd,
suite 508
Agoura Hills , California 91301
United States
(888)381-2572
[ protected]

Forklift Academy created affordable forklift certification solutions for companies and individuals to comply with OSHA. Our training solutions include convenient online training, in person training at our academy, on-site training at your location, and a master trainer’s kit for companies to establish and run their own program effortlessly.

Graybar
Website:
Highway905
105 Raider Boulevard
Suite 207
Hillsborough, New Jersey 08844
United States
908 874 4867
[ protected]

A pioneer in cloud-based supply chain execution products, driving profitability with increased supply chain visibility from inventory to the last-mile and reduced logistics expenses across all the associated cost centers.

425-348-2600
Honeywell
Website:
Hoosier Energy Economic Development
Website:

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