Memphis has been a transportation, distribution, and global logistics hub for over 15 years. The advantages offered in Memphis include 5 class one railroads, the home of many major truck lines, the Memphis International Airport, the world's busiest cargo airport for the last twelve consecutive years, and fueled by the presence of Federal Express' world headquarters and super-hub.
Memphis is recognized as America’s premier distribution hub. Tennessee borders Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina and Virginia; Hardy Bottling is ideally located to serve markets in the eight neighboring states and beyond.
Company is adjacent to the BNSF railway and is close proximity (8 mile radius) to CSX, Norfolk-Southern, Union Pacific, and Canadian National railways.
76 percent of the nation's major markets are within a one day delivery time (see link)
Memphis is the fourth largest inland port in the U.S.
Memphis is served by five of the U.S.’s six long-haul Class I rail systems
All major truckload, LTL, & 3rd party logistics companies have terminals and a presence in Memphis
Memphis is the corporate headquarters and major hub for FedEx
WAREHOUSE & LOGISTICS - We make warehousing easy and affordable
Truck or rail outbound shipments
50 Rail Car Capacity (Inside warehouse)
400 Drop Trailer Storage Capacity
27 Dock doors
Facility – 1,368,000 square feet
Ambient warehouse 300,000 square feet
Refrigerated Cooler - 95,000 square feet
5 days a week - 24 hour service
Receive, store and distribute finished goods for customers
High quality and flexible service
Truck, rail and inter-modal services
Manage domestic and international freight
Coordinate freight for customers who lack rail access
Reduce freight cost by 40-70% using rail versus truck
Ability to receive 40-50 rail cars simultaneously from BNSF