Headquartered in Lakeland, Fla., Saddle Creek Logistics Services is a third-party logistics services company providing integrated services nationwide – warehousing, transportation, contract packaging, and order fulfillment.
We're continually striving to enhance our capabilities in order to serve our customers and industry partners better. To learn more about new developments at Saddle Creek, with our customers and in the industry, check out one of the following resources:
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Imagine the convenience of having a single point of contact for all your logistics needs. To streamline your supply chain, tap our full range of 3rd party logistics services — warehousing, transportation, packaging, fulfillment and more.
Our integrated solutions are tailored to meet your specific business goals to give you a competitive edge. Let us help you to:
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At Saddle Creek, it’s our brand promise to do Whatever It Takes! This truly reflects the way we approach your third party logistics needs. Since 1966, our family-owned company has been driven by strong values and a keen sense of entrepreneurial responsiveness. We go the extra mile to understand your business objectives and deliver a logistics solution that helps achieve them.
As a result of this company-wide commitment, you’ll enjoy:
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Our core values are at the heart of everything we do at Saddle Creek. All of us are deeply committed to the basic principles that have guided our business for more than 40 years:
Everyone in the company has internalized these values and lives them on a daily basis. As a result of this intense focus, our service level is unmatched in the industry.
Want to learn more about what we’ve been doing since 1966? Check out our history.
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