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New SoCal Warehouse Provides Opportunity for Growth to Langham Clients

INDIANAPOLIS (February, 11, 2020) – Langham Logistics, a third-party logistics and freight management company, today announced a new Class A industrial warehouse location in Southern California. The 46,910-square-foot building boasts 6 dock high doors, a ground-level ramp, and a 30-foot minimum of clearance.

Perhaps the most advantageous feature, however, is its location. At 21046 Figueroa St., Carson, CA 90745, this warehousing and fulfillment site is less than 15 minutes from both the Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach.

“This new warehouse location offers a strategic advantage for all of our clients with business in the far east,” said Cathy Langham, president and CEO of Langham Logistics. “It allows for growth and a dynamic system to move freight worldwide with a shorter lead time.”

But this isn’t the first development of the new decade. Langham recently announced an expansion to their warehouse at 650 S. Perry Road in Plainfield, Ind. as well. The 240,000 square foot space can house 12,000 pallet locations.

For more information on how to take advantage of either of these available warehouse locations, reach out to the contacts below or visit the Langham Logistics website.

About Langham Logistics

Langham Logistics is a door-to-door third party logistics and freight management company based in Indianapolis established in 1988. They offer supply chain management, domestic and international freight services, airport logistics services, and warehouse and fulfillment services in Plainfield, Ind. and Carson, Calif. The reputation of being calm, cool, and delivered echoes throughout all of Langham’s services, giving their clients the freedom to stay focused while their goods arrive on time and in perfect condition.

For more information about Langham’s global service offering, please visit

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Director, Sales & Client Success


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