Charleston SC | February 12, 2020 – LEGACY Supply Chain Services, a leading third-party logistics provider, has entered into a long-term agreement to provide dedicated contract distribution services for Sam’s Club in Charleston SC. Legacy will be assuming operational control of the existing 550,000 sq. ft. import distribution center that employs approximately 80 workers.
“We are proud of our 20+ year relationship with Sam’s,” said Mike Glodziak, President & CEO at LEGACY SCS. “As we expand our Sam’s network presence into the East Coast, we’ll be able to leverage existing synergies of our current West Coast and Midwest Sam’s operations to add further value in their supply chain.”
Legacy provides distribution, ecommerce fulfillment and transportation services for Sam’s in several key markets including Southern California, Kansas City, the greater Chicago area, and now Charleston SC. Legacy has received Sam’s Club’s 3PL Provider of the Year award the last 2 years for best overall performance in Sam’s network, along with various other awards the past several years.
About Legacy Supply Chain Services
For nearly 40 years, LEGACY Supply Chain Services has been a dedicated logistics partner to our clients across the U.S. and Canada. We provide customized, high-service 3PL solutions including warehousing & distribution, e-commerce fulfillment, transportation brokerage and dedicated fleet. We specialize in solving complex logistics challenges for clients with dynamic supply chains – including retailers, consumer goods and industrial manufacturers, and distributors & wholesalers. For more information, visit us at legacyscs.com.
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