Final Mile Services in Knoxville
Final mile delivery services out of Knoxville, Tennessee
Pace proudly. serves customers in East Tennessee out of our Knoxville location in the Great Smoky Mountains.
A Top Logistics Company in Knoxville, Tennessee
Pace is proud of our operations in Knoxville, Tennessee, as we continue our goal of Solving Logistics Together. Our warehouse is located at 3414 Henson Road, Suite D, Knoxville, TN 37921.
Our location in Knoxville provides access to East Tennessee for our customers, including the Tri-Cities area of Johnson City, Kingsport, and Bristol. Our services include final mile logistics and cross docking for a range of customers. Pace offers customized logistics services for shippers in the automotive aftermarket, business and industrial supplies, e-commerce, healthcare, hospitality, and retail.
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Logistics Services in Knoxville
Pace serves the East Tennessee region by providing a full range of logistics services for shippers across many industries. Let Pace take care of your logistics needs with a fully customizable service program specifically tailored to your operation.
Find a Logistics Service Provider in Knoxville
We partner with shippers across a wide range of industries, including retail, e-commerce, the automotive aftermarket, business and industrial supply, healthcare, and hospitality. If you are looking for a customized logistics service provider in Knoxville, please contact Pace at email@example.com or call us at 866-410-7222.
Your Southeastern Logistics Service Provider
Solving Logistics Together
Pace connects you to your customers by Solving Logistics Together.
We are Southeastern logistics experts, building our network across this region for over twenty years.
Pace is there when you need us. Solving Logistics Together.
Knoxville, Tennessee at a Glance
Knoxville is Tennessee’s third largest city. The metropolitan Knoxville area had a population of 870,000 in 2019. The city was established with James White’s Fort on the Trans-Appalachian frontier in 1786. The city was platted in 1791 and named after Secretary of War Henry Knox. Knoxville became the first capital of Tennessee in 1796. The growth in railroads during the mid-1800’s benefited Knoxville’s population and commercial growth.
Right: James White’s Fort
The Marble City
After the Civil War, Knoxville became a site for commercial enterprises in the iron and textile industries. Additionally, Tennessee marble was mined and used across the country in numerous monumental buildings. This earned Knoxville the nickname “The Marble City.”
Knoxville, Tennessee Attractions
The University of Tennessee was founded in Knoxville in 1794. Today it serves more than 28,000 students from all 50 states and more than 100 foreign countries.
Just south of Knoxville is the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center and entrances to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.