In just over a decade, England Logistics has established itself as a major player in the third party logistics (3PL) business. Today, we have arrangements with numerous authorized carriers, allowing us to find the carrier capacity to service our customer's needs. Our Less-Than-Truckload group, is rapidly growing in the North American market. As a diversified transportation solution provider, we offer customers two distinct service sets: 1) Arrangement of domestic, temperature-controlled loads, that carriers agree to deliver within five business days and, 2) Value-priced dry freight shipping solutions, pricing automation, and expert consulting. Our strategic alliances with the world’s best carriers deliver pricing benefits that would simply be unavailable otherwise.
By leveraging buying power with carriers we can significantly lower freight costs for customers. We can also offer substantial savings with parcel package delivery programs. Each day the small parcel package delivery program ships more than 6,000 parcels domestically and internationally. Just as important as cost savings, we take the bother out of small parcel package shipping with such features as returns processing, claims handling and follow-up on distressed packaging. Our shipment event tracking provides on-time service measurements, enhanced shipment integrity and detailed billing. If your shipping needs include TL, LTL and parcel package delivery, we offer opportunities to leverage all modes of transportation to further reduce costs.
England Logistics offers the responsiveness and can-do attitude of a small company with the resources and stability of a very large organization. In addition to LTL, our established capabilities in climate-controlled shipping and warehousing give us a unique ability to arrange transportation of perishable goods from the point of harvest through the distribution chain, all the way to the consumer. England Logistics LTL customers include some of the world's largest food processors, companies that depend on our ability to handle key segments of the cold chain, including management, warehousing, transportation and information technology.