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Railway Age

January 24, 2023

By Marybeth Luczak

ITS Logistics, a 3PL firm based in Reno, Nev., expands its Midwest operations. Also, the Port of Halifax in Canada marks a milestone in 2022, crossing the 600,000 TEU (twenty-foot equivalent unit) annual throughput threshold for the first time.

ITS Logistics

ITS Logistics on Jan. 23 reported adding a third warehouse to its existing campus in Whitestown, Ind., increasing its distribution space in the Midwest to more than 1.3 million square feet. Its total U.S. distribution space is now 3 million square feet.

The 3PL (third-party logistics) firm describes itself as “providing handling for the entire delivery operation from drayage of containers at the port, transloading for truck delivery to the appropriate DC, omnichannel fulfillment, outbound truckload, LTL, and small parcel to client customers.” It offers drayage and intermodal in 22 coastal ports and 30 inland rail ramps.

“ITS is focused on ensuring that we equip our customers with the ability to reach more of their clientele in less time, so strategic geographic expansion has been a continued priority for our company,” said Ryan Martin, President of Assets for ITS Logistics. “This Midwest location was ideal for further expansion.”

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