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Reach 100% of US and Canadian populations in three days from our Texas Distribution Center

Our South 3PL facilities are strategically located in the logistics hub of Dallas-Forth Worth, Texas. Our new fulfillment center and warehouse offer a close proximity to a network of major interstates, rail yards, airports and even inland ports, allowing you to centralize your inventory and get products to your customers faster. From this ideal southern location, we can efficiently reach 100 percent of US and Canadian populations in three days.

Our new facility in the heart of Texas consists of 1,100,000 square feet, where we offer a variety of distribution, warehousing and fulfillment services including omnichannel fulfillment, ecommerce fulfillment, retail distribution, kitting and assembly, b2b ecommerce and complete supply chain management—along with our industry expertise and high level of customer service. With our distribution and fulfillment services, dedicated fleet, top 25 asset-lite transportation services and drayage and intermodal—our South 3PL location helps you deliver the perfect logistics services and supply chain solutions for your customers.

Texas: The Lone Star State

Texas’s nickname pays tribute to the Lone Star flag, which was adopted after Texas became independent from Mexico in 1836. Texas was an independent republic for ten years before accepting annexation to the United States, and the flag reflects the pride and go-it-alone spirit that is still part of the Texas way of life.

Some other notable facts about the Lone Star state include:

  • #1 among the 50 states in total lane miles and has 4 of the top 8 cities for lane mileage per capita.
  • Top U.S. state for international trade
  • From 2010-2018, metro Dallas-Fort Worth ranked 1st internationally in industrial space expansion, while Houston was second
  • Over 10,000 freight routes criss-cross the state, which employs over 17,000 people (1 in 16 Texans work in the trucking industry)
  • Texas moves 3.3 billion tons of freight per year and has 5 of the 30 largest ports by trade value
  • 9.4% of America’s manufacturing activity happens in Texas

The Texas freight and logistics market is expected to record a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period, 2022-2027. The market is driven by a strong logistics infrastructure, increasing population, and rising demand for logistics in Texas. During the past 10 years, 4 million people have been added to Texas. With such a substantial population growth, the state has seen increasing demands on logistics services. This growth is also helpful for continued economic development within the state as more opportunities for businesses and a growing labor force is present to meet that demand.

Texas is also a channel for international trade:

  • Texas runs along the border with Mexico, America’s 2nd top trade partner. The state has gas and oil along with a flat, open prairie, making infrastructure building easier.
  • After the Panama Canal expansion, Texas is better positioned for Asian trade, especially given the bottlenecks on West Coast ports.

Texas is consistently lauded for its business-friendly tax framework, particularly for new and small businesses. Texas does not have a personal income tax, and sole proprietorships, the state’s most common form of new business, are completely exempt from the franchise tax, its main business tax. Learn more about why Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas is the perfect location for your Southern Logistics Hub. Ready to grow your company and move into our Dallas-Fort Worth distribution center? Call us for more information or to make the move today!

1100 Bold Ruler Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76247
(775) 358-5300
ITS Logistics warehouse employees



  1. CNBC, Top States for Doing Business
  3. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Texas Supply Chain