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3PL Central
830 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
Suite D208
El Segundo, California 90245
United States

3PL Central provides the most popular Cloud-based WMS solutions available in the Third-Party Logistics and Warehousing industry marketplace. Designed exclusively for 3PL providers, our suite of warehouse management tools offer the most affordable, powerful, and scalable software solutions for warehouses and logistics operations teams.

434-239-2641
Alliance Industrial Corp.
Website: www.allianceindustrial.com
CHEP USA
8517 South Park Circle
Orlando, Florida 32819-9040
United States
1 (407) 370-2437
1 (800) 243-7872
www.chep.com

CHEP is a global supply chain solutions provider that helps consumer packaged goods companies make their value chains more efficient and sustainable. Our solutions generated $60 million in value for customers, while eliminating 4.3 million empty truck miles and 16.2 million pounds of CO2 from their transportation networks. Visit www.chep.com.

1.716.879.1075
FedEx Trade Networks
Website: ftn.fedex.com/us/
Label Magnets LLC
PO Box 3370
Littleton, Colorado 80161-3370
United States

We are your go to source for all magnetic labeling products. DIY with our White or Colored wet or dry erase magnets; Plain magnets for sticky labels; C-channel magnets with insert; Magnetic Vinyl Envelopes protects sensitive information; Full Color Printed Barcode Magnets; Stock sizes or custom for your labeling project.

800-428-1288
Unigroup Logistics
Website: www.unigrouplogistics.com/
1 (800) 258-8308
Versatile Packagers
Website: www.versatilepackagers.com

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