Weber Opens 3PL Facility in Stockton

Weber Distribution, a third-party logistics provider (3PL), has opened a new facility in Stockton, Calif., a key hub location for Northern California. At the facility, Weber is servicing its expanding base of food, confectionary, beverage, CPG and retail customers. The facility provides less-than-truckload (LTL), truckload, storage and value-added services for all of Northern California and Nevada ranging from Fresno to Redding and San Francisco to Reno.

The Stockton facility was custom-built for Weber and is divided into temperature-controlled and dry storage and offers a variety of services, including order processing, label generation, inventory control, routing guide compliance, and pick & pack. Weber has closed its facility in Lodi, Calif., and has moved its customers to Stockton to service the growing region.

Located between the 99 and the main West Coast Interstate I-5, the City of Stockton is one of California's fastest growing cities. Stockton is 60 miles east of the San Francisco Bay Area, 83 miles east of San Francisco, and 45 miles south of Sacramento.

Weber’s Stockton facility is using a warehouse management system (TMS) from Zethcon, a provider of 3PL software, as well as a transportation management system (TMS) to track the real-time movement of products and offer real time web visibility.

Weber’s expertise includes non-asset freight management, asset-based LTL and TL services, including temperature-controlled, dedicated and shared warehousing, distribution, cross-docking/pool distribution, transloading, network optimization modeling and analysis, retail compliance, order fulfillment, material handling, supply chain management, real estate development, and personnel staffing. Weber specializes in providing its clients with logistics solutions primarily to these vertical markets: import, retail, food & beverage, consumer packaged goods, chemical/specialty products and paper.

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