Final Mile Logistics in Montgomery
Pace provides final mile logistics services in Montgomery
Pace’s facility serving Montgomery, Alabama, is just east of Interstate 65 and north of Interstate 85, effectively providing final mile, cross-docking, and courier logistics services for shippers to the Montgomery area.
A Top Logistics Company in Montgomery, Alabama
Our Montgomery facility is 11,000 square feet with 24 dock high doors and cross-docking abilities. Pace’s warehouse and cross-dock is located at 3609 Lower Wetumpka Road, Montgomery, AL 36615.
The Montgomery warehouse is perfectly outfitted to handle cross-docking and other final mile services, including routed courier services.
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Logistics Services in Montgomery
Pace serves the central Alabama river region by providing a full range of logistics services for shippers in 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 Montgomery
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 Montgomery please contact Pace at email@example.com or call us at 866-410-7222.
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We are Southeastern logistics experts, building our network across this region for over twenty years.
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Montgomery, Alabama at a Glance
Montgomery is the capital city of Alabama and is the third most populous city after Birmingham and Huntsville. Montgomery became the state’s capital in 1846 representing the shift of power to the southern-central area of Alabama with the growth of cotton in the Black Belt additionally with the rise of Mobile as a mercantile port on the Gulf Coast.
A Rich History
Montgomery’s history begins with the Alibamu tribe inhabiting the Alabama River before European colonization began. During the 20th century, Montgomery was a major center of protests in the Civil Rights Movement, including the seminal 1956 Montgomery bus boycott and the 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches. Montgomery hosts an important military presence in Maxwell Air Force Base. Two ships of the United States Navy have been named after the city, including the USS Montgomery.
An Exciting New Era
In recent years, Montgomery has grown and diversified its economy through revitalizing the Court Square and the riverfront, and additionally, revitalizing Historic Dexter Avenue, pedestrian, and infrastructure improvements along the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail.
Montgomery features a stimulating arts scene. The city is home to many museums like the Wynton M. Blount Cultural Park, the Montgomery Museum of Arts, the Museum of Alabama, and the Hank Williams Museum. There is also the Montgomery Zoo and the W.A Gayle Planetarium, which is one of the largest in the Southeast United States and offers tours of the night sky.
Numerous musical performers have roots in Montgomery: Toni Tennille of the Captain and Tennille, jazz singer and pianist Nat King Cole, country singer Hank Williams, blues singer Big Mama Thornton, Melvin Franklin of the Temptations, and Tommy Shaw of Styx.