Logistics Services in Memphis
Pace provides final mile logistics services in Memphis
Pace continues to grow our logistics services in Memphis, Tennessee. Providing final mile logistics services in Memphis and the West Tennessee area to a wide range of customers, our logistics services also provide a scheduled line haul network with our facility in Little Rock, Arkansas. Logistics services provided by our Memphis operations team include cross-docking, pool distribution, final mile deliveries, line haul, and small vehicle scheduled and routed courier services.
A Top Logistics Company in Memphis, Tennessee
Our Memphis logistics facility is located at 2949-2977 Norbrook Drive, Building 8, Memphis, TN 38116.
Operations dispatch from our strategically located warehouse near Interstates 69, 55, and 240, just west of Highway 51.
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Logistics Services in Memphis
Our facility in Memphis efficient and convenient customized final mile logistics services and a line haul network for shippers to the western Tennessee and eastern Arkansas areas. From cross-docking and pool distribution for your inventory replenishment to customized hub and spoke courier services, we work with you to design a logistics operation that improves your bottom line.
Find a Logistics Service Provider in Memphis
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 Memphis please contact Pace at firstname.lastname@example.org 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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Memphis, Tennessee at a Glance
Historic Transportation Hub
Memphis, TN resides along the Mississippi River and is Tennessee’s second most populous city after Nashville. Since the mid-1960s, Memphis has become a transportation and logistics hub in the southern United States. The Memphis International Airport holds to spot for the second-busiest cargo airport in the world and the International Port of Memphis holds the fifth-busiest inland water port in the US. These geographical and transportation benefits allow shipments to arrive from all over the world to be transported by train and truck, making Memphis a major multi-modal hub.
The Importance of Rivers
Memphis’ history begins with the Chickasaw Indian tribe inhabiting the site that would later become the city. Modern day Memphis was founded in 1819 after the Chickasaw left the area. Memphis gets its name from the ancient capital of Egypt on the Nile River.
During the 20th century, Memphis developed on the world’s largest spot cotton market and the world’s largest hardwood lumber market, utilizing the Mississippi River with links to railroads to transport freight all across the country.
Rich Cultural History
Memphis has a rich cultural history with many different things to explore in the city. It is home to the National Civil Rights Museum, showcasing the historical overview of the American civil rights movement. Martin Luthor King Jr gave his I’ve Been to the Mountaintop speech the day before his assassination at the Lorraine Motel.
If you love the King of Rock, then head on over to Graceland and visit Elvis Presley’s home. Similarly, head on down to Beale Street which is a public exhibit honoring Memphis musicians and other talent.
If you’re a foodie, then dining at one of Memphis’ many barbeque restaurants is a must to taste the world-famous southern food.