The Only Unbiased Source for Fulfillment Warehouse Recommendations
Fulfillment services are a hot topic these days. From Amazon’s next-day and same-day delivery services to Shopify and other large companies entering the fulfillment market, consumers’ movement towards the convenience of purchasing products online from the comfort of their own homes has brought one of the most mundane industries to the forefront of the business world. Businesses are now looking for any way possible to capitalize on this seismic shift from brick-and-mortar to e-commerce purchases, up to and including investment in fulfillment services businesses and support services with historically low profit margins. As a result, it comes as no surprise to see that many internet companies are trying to take advantage of the popularity of the fulfillment industry by pushing content on their websites to make a quick buck.
Case in point – the onslaught of “best fulfillment services” lists being published on website pages. The number of sites that have released their “top fulfillment company list” has reached epic proportions. Companies that have never covered topics in the business services niche, such as PC Mag, have recently launched their Best E-Commerce Fulfillment Services list. Heck – even fulfillment companies themselves have decided to create a new page on their website where they “recommend” up to 5-10 fulfillment services (including themselves…wink, wink!!)!
In order to steer you in the right direction, we wanted to publish a helpful guide on this topic, covering the following areas:
- Why Do Companies Publish Best Fulfillment Services Lists?
- How Many Fulfillment Centers are There and Why ‘Top Lists’ Can’t Possible be Fully Researched?
- Who Are on These Lists and Do These Companies Shed Any Light on the Validity of the Lists?
- Who’s Not on These Lists?
- What is a Better Way to Find the Best Fulfillment Services for Your Business?
At FulfillmentCompanies.net, we strive to be fully unbiased and fully truthful and transparent. Our company is the leading online match-making service for the fulfillment industry. Think of us as the “Match.com” of the fulfillment industry. But we are very different from other sites and lists out there. First, we used to run fulfillment companies and are extremely knowledgeable in the industry. Second, we have been researching companies in-depth since 2005, and we have a massive amount of information about these companies (from information we collect about their capabilities to reviews from companies that have used our service). Third, we are unbiased in our recommendations – not only do we objectively match companies based upon what they are looking for, we also make sure that we don’t play favorites in terms of only recommending certain companies. Fourth, we don’t earn a commission – we just get a one-time $30 fee from the warehouse when we match them to a company (believe me, it’s not a lot and subsequently we are a very small business). Fifth, if we find a business doesn’t perform, they are no longer in our network – period. Quality always trumps monetary benefit in our business.
Finally, we don’t believe there is a “best” company. There are a lot of “best fulfillment companies” for different businesses and different scenarios. With all of the data we have collected, we would be hard-pressed to tell you that there is one or 5 or 10 best companies. It’s just not true!
So let’s take a deep dive into these supposed best fulfillment company lists and see what’s behind the curtain.
Why Do Companies Publish Website Pages with a Listing of the Best Fulfillment Services Companies?
If you’ve never run a lead generation company (a company that produces sales leads for other businesses), business-to-business services company or similar business, you may not at all be suspicious of these best fulfillment company lists. In fact, you may think they are a helpful resource – and we can’t blame you. After all, is it plausible that the owners of these sites are simply offering a service to seekers of fulfillment services by truly vetting all of the fulfillment options out there and reporting on the best options? Highly unlikely but it is possible. And after visiting these pages, most of them do appear to be very convincing and seemingly unbiased. But let’s put just a little thought into the matter before taking the bait that the lists can be trusted.
Let’s put on our not-so-naïve hat and admit the first “truth” with regard to these best order fulfillment company lists – there is money to be made by publishing a list that gets a lot of views. If a popular website can rank high organically in the search engines for one of these lists and can get thousands of businesses to view their page, then they can either charge the listed companies a recurring fee for inclusion on the list OR charge them a fee for every time a prospective customer contacts them for a quote. Now, we don’t believe that it is wrong to earn money off of a page. However, what we do think isn’t fair or “right” is to claim that you’re reporting the “best” companies when in fact you haven’t fully researched all of the options out there and/or you’re only taking money from the highest bidder and populating them on the “best” list – which we do believe is what is going on in ‘most’ cases.
How many Fulfillment Centers are There Anyway?
Now that we’ve properly concluded that these sites are littering the internet because they are making companies money, let’s dispel the second myth with these sites – how in the world can someone claim that there is a top 5, 10, 30, or 50 list of fulfillment centers when:
- There are a reported 10,000+ fulfillment centers in the U.S. alone (we’ve researched and approved 726 of these fulfillment warehouses in the US, Canada and the UK)
- Each fulfillment center has a certain specialization and location which will automatically preclude it from being the best for some companies simply because they’re not in the right location or they’re not focused on the right types of products or services or technology
It would take a “boat load” of time to fairly and justly research all of the potential options out there, wouldn’t it!?! Yes, you got that right – there are over 10,000 fulfillment warehouses in the U.S. alone. That’s a ton of healthy competition. Good news is…we’ve been doing the research since 2005:
Also, simply put, how can any one company be the best for everyone? For example, one of the top companies listed on every site is Ship Bob. Ship Bob has some very happy customers out there. But does Ship Bob offer frozen food fulfillment services? No. Does Ship Bob offer class II medical device fulfillment services out of Georgia? No. Do they have locations in Denver, Colorado, Portland, Oregon, or Miami, Florida? No.
The fulfillment industry has so many divergent needs, whether it’s product specific (e.g. apparel, food, etc.), technology driven (e.g. integration with a specific system), location based, or service based (e.g. subscription services, start-up fulfillment, etc). Really, a much better way to approach these types of lists (as we try ourselves in our match-making service) is to segment them on location, services, technology capabilities, and product types. In fact, let’s emphasize the factors that should be considered when creating the right kind of ‘best fulfillment center lists’:
- Best Fulfillment Companies for Various Product Types
- Best Fulfillment Centers by Location
- Best Fulfillment Services Depending Upon Technology Needed
- Best Fulfillment Houses by Services Offered
Really the opportunities are endless – you’d probably have to spend a few weekends just reading the top lists to fully grasp the best companies for every scenario out there. This is why we think that listing the best fulfillment companies on a website page is the wrong approach. We believe you should be able to come to an expert, describe your circumstances and needs, and be matched with the right, hand-picked companies that best fit your needs. Oh wait – that’s the service we offer!
Best Fulfillment Warehouse Lists – Who Are the “Best” on these Lists?
Interestingly enough, most of the “top lists” have the same companies listed – go figure! Why is this? Because these are the companies that are most savvy with their internet marketing and/or are able and willing to pay the most for the position and advertising. Most of these companies are larger companies, have VC funding, have large marketing budgets, or focus on large volume shippers. Some of these companies have marketing budgets larger than the yearly revenue of smaller fulfillment firms, and some of these companies have an entire marketing staff that outnumbers the executive team of a regional, one-location fulfillment center.
When we studied these lists, we found the SAME companies were the only ones on all of the major lists we found:
- Rakuten Super Logistics
- Fulfillment by Amazon
- Red Stag Fulfillment
- IDS Fulfillment
- Velocity Ship
- Fulfillment by Sears
- Xpert Fulfillment
- eFulfillment Service
- Symphony Commerce
- FedEx Fulfillment
- Ingram Micro Commerce
- Sprocket Express
- James & James
- Aero Fulfillment
- AMS Fulfillment
- PFC Fulfills
- APS Fulfillment
- Shipping Tree
What Information is Contained on the Best Fulfillment Warehouse Lists Websites?
And what information will you find about these companies on these best fulfillment list sites? Not much – and certainly less than you would if you went to their own website. In most cases, these websites only contain cursory information about each of the “best” firms – usually a brief description of their company and a few of the services that they offer. One of the sites listed the fulfillment center’s location. One site had a single sentence for each company on a “pro”, “con” and “bottom line” about each company (not the depth of information that you really need to fully quality a company).
How do these “Best” Fulfillment Companies Rank in Terms of Reviews
If a company truly is the best, it’s likely that they will have achieved the best online reviews from objective sources. So we put this criteria to the test and researched these “best” companies to see if their reviews were in fact better than other fulfillment warehouses.
We studied independent review sites in order to see what they were ‘rated and reviewed’ in order to find out if this list truly included the best companies. Not to our surprise, only 8 of the above companies had a review on an independent website that was greater than 4 stars. That’s 8 out of 42 total (or less than 20% of the companies that achieved what would be expected in terms of one of the best performances)! More surprising, however, was that we found 8 companies with reviews around 3 out of 5 stars (which is not great), and 16 companies without any reviews at all on any major sites. From what we’ve seen, it’s not uncommon for a smaller fulfillment companies to not have any online reviews. It’s not uncommon to see some negative reviews as well. But for a company to claim that these fulfillment services providers are “the best”, you would certainly think that they would be consistently getting 4.5+ star reviews.
Who’s Not on the Best Fulfillment Company Lists?
Now that we’ve taken a look at who is on the majority of the best fulfillment company lists, we should take a few moments to discuss who isn’t on the lists. Funny enough, most of the 726 warehouses in our pre-screened network didn’t make the cut (yet, they’re helping out tons of businesses – at the time of initial publication we’ve helped over 50,000 companies find a fulfillment warehouse).
No one on the lists that we searched for was a true regional fulfillment company that focused on start-ups. In our experience, most companies researching the Web for a fulfillment option are small or start-up companies – so they will be extremely shocked to find that most all of the companies on the above-mentioned list will turn them away.
No one on the lists we found was an FDA compliant and DEA approved pharmaceutical grade fulfillment center. No one on the list was from Colorado, or Arizona, or Delaware or Oregon, among MANY other states. No one on the list is a fulfillment service that also offers print-on-demand for t-shirts and other apparel products. No one on the list offers clamp trucks for oversize paper goods, or overhead cranes or foreign trade zone status.
And we could go on and on…
Just as important (as noted above) – no one on the list has perfect reviews. Many of them have a number of negative reviews, which doesn’t at all mean that they are a “bad performing” company – just imperfect. And no one on the list really has a claim to “the best” without really narrowing down what we’re talking about.
Ultimately, the “best” fulfillment company for you is very likely NOT TO BE ON any of these lists. Which is why we even exist – to learn about all of the options out there and collect data on them all, and then match them to you and help you get quotes.
How Do We Categorize the Best Companies?
In our experience, there’s a better way of connecting you with the right companies. Rather than listing a few of the total companies out there, we’ve vetted and approved a small fraction of all of the providers out there and then we learn about your specific needs and hand-pick a few options that we feel best suit your needs. Previously, we mentioned the following categories for search criteria: Product based, Location Based, Technology Based and Service Based. But the reality in our system is that we have over 100 criteria that we use to match your business with the Best Fulfillment Center. Some of these criteria include:
- Do they handle B2C, B2B or both?
- Do they handle start-up businesses, high volume shippers, etc.? Do they have monthly minimums?
- Do they have Amazon Seller Fulfilled Prime status?
- Do they offer FBA Prep services?
- Do they handle the very complicated clothing and apparel fulfillment services?
- Can the handle small items or very large bulky items?
- Can they handle food grade or climate-controlled products?
- Are they FDA approved?
- Are they bonded, insured or do they have foreign trade zone status?
- Will they be able to handle EDI integrations?
- Are they able to out-of-the-box integrate with your sales marketplaces?
- And many, many more!
Of course, we know the best fulfillment companies for each location in the US and Canada and Europe.
“We’ve spoken extensively with the warehouses in our network, received feedback about them, and in some cases even visited their facilities – so we do really get to know them and can quickly short-list companies with the best matches,” said Will Schneider, founder of FulfillmentCompanies.net.
Now, you’re more than welcome to go out there and search, and search, and search for the right fulfillment option for your business. At least take our word for it – you most likely won’t find the best company for your business on the first page of the search engines or even on one of these lists. You will probably have to dig pretty deep to find the perfect match. OR – you are more than welcome to fill out a form on our site and get matched with hand-picked fulfillment firms that have been vetted by former fulfillment executives. One way or another, we’re happy to help you with any questions. Just let us know and we will do our best to assist you.
Best Fulfillment Companies List: A True Analysis of the Companies Listed on Most Sites
Okay, so for those of you that just really like research – we decided to research the companies that showed up most frequently on the “Best fulfillment company lists” and see for ourselves what we could find about them. Furthermore, we’ll include information that we’ve uncovered in our analysis if we have additional scope on the companies as well.
Important to note, reviews were pulled on 3/15/2020.
Rakuten Super Logistics
In terms of Reviews, Rakuten pulled a 3.9 stars out of 5 on Google, out of 7 reviews listed. On Webretailer, they didn’t fair as well with a 2.5 out of 5 star rating, some of the ratings of which included terminology such as “The worst 3PL ever,” “do not work with RSL,” and “just stay away from RSL if you want to succeed in your business.” And Yelp reviews are even worse – totaling a 1.5 Star rating out of 5 stars.
What we know about Rakuten Super Logistics: From our experience, RSL loves working with large companies – those that send out tons of orders per month. This is a company that may not be the best fit if you don’t ship high volumes.
Easyship is one example of a company that would be extremely misleading when it comes to online reviews. Easyship has very high ratings – 4.2 stars from Trustpilot, 4.6 from Capterra, and 4.7 from Shopify, for example. However, the problem is that these reviews are almost exclusively directed towards their core business – shipping software, not fulfillment services.
What we know about Easyship: Fulfillment is new for Easyship, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing but it is a consideration. It takes time to iron out kinks when it comes to operating a completely new business, so there may be some hiccups if you use them. Furthermore, the part that scares us the most about them is that they seem to be offering a very streamlined pricing (they only offer a few charges and don’t have all of the charges a typical fulfillment company charges). The reality is that fulfillment is a very low margin business, and when companies charge significantly less it can be a red flag – in some cases businesses use this tactic to get new customers and then change their pricing later. Not to say this is what is happening here, but it is worth having a conversation.
Fulfillment by Amazon
Okay, so we’re completely baffled by this one – if you perform a web search for Fulfillment by Amazon reviews, you’ll get next to know reviews and results related to the actual reviews! We only found one site that gave reviews – a 4.1 star review out of 2 total reviews. Yes, you heard that right – 2 reviews from the world’s largest online retailer and arguably the largest fulfillment company in the world. Something doesn’t quite sound right, to say the least.
What we know about Fulfillment by Amazon: FBA, from what we’ve heard, it a quality fulfillment service. However, they require that you ship in their boxes without much if any flexibility (which is critical for smaller businesses), has extremely clunky customer service, and comes at a very high price tag versus a single location regional fulfillment company.
As a company that has been around for quite some time, we expected to see a lot of reviews for Shipwire, and we weren’t disappointed. However, the feelings weren’t warm and fuzzy when we uncovered a 3.1 rating from Trustpilot off of 164 reviews (a great sample base), a 1.4 star rating from Capterra, and a 2.4 rating from Shopify. Granted, as a large organization that has been around for a long time, you would expect to see quite a few more negative reviews than most companies.
Shipbob is another example of a large company that has experienced a great deal of growth (they’ve received a great deal of venture capital funding). Furthermore, they’re a newer company having only started a few years back. And while they may have had a few hiccups along the way, the trends in reviews seem to be moving more in a positive direction. While their Yelp review averages a 3 out of 5 stars (47 total reviews), other sources are trending up, such as Trustpilot at 4.1 and G2 review at 4.4 (only 17 reviews). There have been some more recent negative reviews, so it’s at least worth digging in to speak with them futher in order to gain more comfortability with moving forward.
What we know about Shipbob: Shipbob is one of only a few multi-location companies that will still help smaller businesses with lower volumes. Most multiple location fulfillment centers only work with larger companies with higher order volumes.
Red Stag Fulfillment
In our experience, Red Stag is one of the fulfillment companies on these lists that truly belongs to be included. They are an upstanding group of individuals and deliver a top notch service. The only drawback is that they are extremely focused, which isn’t a knock on them but rather some simple guidance because they aren’t able to help everyone. They specialize in higher order volumes and like to work with companies that sell products that are heavier in weight. As a smaller company, they don’t have a wealth of reviews – 3.0 on Google on only 2 reviews and 4.9 on Webretailer with 9 total reviews.
When we searched for reviews for Fulfillify, we came up empty. Fulfillify is a division of Complemar, which also doesn’t really have online reviews (other than Indeed and employee related reviews rather than customer facing reviews).
What we know about Complemar: Complemar is a long-standing and larger fulfillment provider that has multiple locations. They tend to enjoy doing business with larger organizations that have higher order volumes.
IDS Fulfillment is another example of a company that just doesn’t have much in the way of reviews. With multiple locations and omni-channel fulfillment capabilities, they look like an interesting company to speak with further. However, there’s just not a wealth of information about them to be found online.
With our 15+ years in fulfillment, we just plain haven’t heard of this company. Furthermore, we weren’t able to uncover any online reviews either. What was also interesting is that at the time of preparation of this article we tried to pull up their website and it looks like it was hacked. Hopefully they will get that back up and running and we will try to check back on them when we revisit these assessments.
Having worked with Max and his team in the past, we’ve heard some good things about them. They are a smaller outfit, and quite frankly don’t have many reviews either that we could find (8 5 star votes on Facebook). But they do focus on a very targeted area – mostly Shopify fulfillment as well as some crowdfunding fulfillment as well. For fulfillment with a higher touch point with management, it could be a good option.
Fulfillment by Sears
The only online reviews we could find for Fulfillment by Sears were on the Shopify App store, which gave them a 3.9 star rating out of 5 stars (although 4 of the 14 reviews were 1 star, which is a concern).
What we know about Fulfillment by Sears: Fulfillment by Sears focuses on larger volume businesses that ship more orders than most small and growing businesses.
Strangely enough, while searching for Xpert Fulfillment, we found that their reviews (although very limited) were quite positive. They received a 4.9 star review from Google and 5 star review from Facebook (on 6 votes). We mention that this is strange because we’ve never heard of them. Based out of Michigan, they may be worth speaking with further if you prefer a Midwest US location. The only concern is that 6 reviews isn’t much.
eFulfillment Service is a direct competitor of the formerly mentioned Xpert Fulfillment, as they both reside in Michigan. eFulfillment Service has been around a lot longer and is a larger company, and so we expected to see quite a few more reviews and weren’t disappointed. On Google, eFulfillment Service rated high – 4.5 stars out of 5, although reviews on G2 (2.3 stars) and Webretailer (2 stars) weren’t as favorable. We’ve personally heard both good and bad about eFulfillment Service and are relatively neutral on whether or not they would be included on a best of the best list.
By all accounts Fulfillrite appears to be a relatively good option for companies looking to outsource – a 4.6 Trustpilot rating.
What we know about Fulfillrite: Having worked with Fulfillrite in the past, the only challenge that we see is that they are very, very particular in terms of the companies that they choose to work with. They prefer companies that sell smaller items and are lower in weight. With a location in New Jersey, they could be an option for companies that need a northeast US fulfillment center.
Another company that we’re not familiar with, but that appears to have received good reviews, Floship offers fulfillment out of Hong Kong. This isn’t an option for a lot of companies, but for those that can afford longer transit times, etc., the 4.7 out of 5 star rating on 48 reviews from Trustpilot indicate that their service is quite solid from reviewers of their service.
It’s important to note that Whiplash isn’t a fulfillment service itself, but rather a software that connects multiple fulfillment services around the globe. Partner fulfillment companies use their software and then fulfill orders based upon orders routed to their individual location.
What we know about Whiplash: Like other “on demand” type of fulfillment solutions, the model sounds good at first site but doesn’t necessarily pass the “inspection test” by looking under the hood. Having received feedback from companies in our network that have used this service, we can tell you that service levels aren’t as great based upon the setup. Think about it – if Whiplash demands that the individual fulfillment company fulfill the orders through their platform at a lower rate than they would otherwise charge, there just isn’t as much profit involved for the fulfillment center than customers that they generate on their own. Therefore, there certainly could be a bias and preference for the fulfillment center towards their own customers rather than the Whiplash network clients. We’re not a big fan of adding additional layers into a small margin business like fulfilment, and this is a dangerous approach that ultimately hurts the end consumer.
Symphony Commerce achieved a 3.3 star review out of 5 on Google from 8 reviews. 3 of the 8 reviews are extremely poor. We weren’t able to find much more about this company based out of San Francisco.
Fulfillment.com hasn’t received a great deal of feedback, receiving only 1 review on Ecommerce Platforms and 2 total ratings on Webretailer. Quite frankly, our searches didn’t uncover a great deal of info on Fulfillment.com.
A search for FedEx Fulfillment reviews didn’t pull up a lot of information. In fact, the only site that had reviews was FitSmallBusiness. We saw a 1.5 star rating out of 5 stars, which is alarming.
What we know about FedEx Fulfillment: In our limited experience with FedEx fulfillment, historically they have focused on very large companies that ship thousands of orders per month.
Shipstation is a great example of what happens on these lists sometimes – companies get included that aren’t really a traditional fulfillment company. Shipstation is a shipping software company, and they appear to do a pretty good job of it, garnering a 4.7 star rating from Getapp and a 4.5 star rating from Software Advice. However, they don’t offer fulfillment themselves, but rather have some partner fulfillment companies that integrate with their service. As mentioned with integrations, be careful that this doesn’t impact your pricing, as most of these scenarios are paid referrals where the software company earns a commission on deals that they pass to the partner fulfillment service. This isn’t always the case, but we’ve seen it so many times that it’s important to investigate further. Not to mention that you really have to look into the company that you’re really getting fulfillment from, which is an altogether different company.
So why did we conduct this silly exercise? Other than trying to pass the time on a Sunday afternoon, it served to show us that maybe 5 of these 20 companies would be worth further investigation. However, even 5 of them that looked more interesting may not at all be the best fit for YOUR company. For example, if you need someone centrally located, you may not find any of these 5 the right match. Depending upon your specific needs, they companies may not meet them – whether it’s that you require B2B EDI service, special climate controls, food grade condition, or a wealth of other specialized needs.
NO company is the best for everyone, and if there are over 10,000 fulfillment companies out there, then there is no way a top 20 list could even scratch the surface of getting you in touch with all of the right options in your decision-making process.
And if these companies are getting all of the exposure, we thought it would be great to provide a few companies that should be included on these lists but aren’t so you can see the alternative as well. These are some examples of companies that don’t have the marketing dollars to show up at the top of the search engines but that we’ve found do a stellar job in shipping orders.
Four Examples of Fulfillment Companies that Should be Included on the Best Fulfillment Companies List But Aren’t
There are some great fulfillment companies out there that perhaps don’t have as much money to spend on advertising like some of the venture backed firms, or maybe are just plain smaller and therefore haven’t found great exposure online. These are companies that you’ll probably be hard pressed to find by searching for, but that do a wonderful job of helping companies – not only by performing high quality fulfillment services but also by knocking customer service out of the proverbial ballpark.
This list isn’t exhaustive, but we included it here so that you have a few really good examples of companies that won’t show up on the “popular” lists but that are more than comparable to any “top fulfillment company.” Finally, they show the value of a service like FulfillmentCompanies.net, which has a virtual treasure trove of companies just like these to help connect you with throughout the US, Canada and Europe.
With a 4.7 star review on Google and Our Serviceworks lives up to its name.
For over 30 years, Dallas, Texas-based Our Serviceworks has provided Outsourced Fulfillment and Customer Care services nationally and internationally to businesses of all size. Founded in 1988, Our Serviceworks (OSW) employs highly skilled personnel utilizing the latest logistics technologies and processes to offer clients a variety of fulfillment services; including B2B, B2C, eCommerce, subscription management and omni-channel distribution. OSW prides itself on adopting your brand philosophies to provide top-notch fulfillment and customer service with the goal of delighting you and your customers.
One of the longest standing companies in our network of fulfillment providers, Sweetwater has a wealth of experience in this industry. Sweetwater Logistics was founded in 2009 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Founder and President Steve Thomson chose Charlotte as a home base for the logistics company because of its prime location, with shipments leaving Charlotte reaching 80 percent of the United States population within 2 days. This access is a big deal to Sweetwater, which not only strives to get your products into your customers hands as soon as possible – they strive to get 99.8% of orders placed before 3:30 pm out the door the same day they’re placed. It may seem like quite a feat, but it’s a goal Sweetwater says they’ve never once missed in their ten-year history.
Everyone’s a star in Nashville, Tennessee – including the highly rated logistics company Warehousing Pro. Warehousing Pro may only have one location, but their reviews make this superstar business stand out from the crowd. Warehousing Pro offers storage, fulfillment and logistics services all under one roof. Warehousing Pro serves businesses of all sizes, offering everything from cross docking to load reworking to short term, long term and even seasonal storage services. With reasonable pricing and no hidden fees, Warehouse Pro offers up front pricing and services that can be customized to fit the customers individual business needs.
GOLD3PL prides itself on being the ‘gold’ standard in third-party logistics. With its home base in the Dallas suburb of Irving, Texas, this family-owned and operated logistics company is just eight miles from DFW International Airport and only 14 miles from downtown Dallas. GOLD3PL offers logistics services within a 500-mile radius of the Dallas metroplex.
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