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Shared Warehouse Network Provides Nationwide Distribution

Your products may be unique. But your sales channels aren’t.

In fact, you are one of tens of thousands of companies shipping to the exact same mass retail and grocery chains. That presents an enormous opportunity for logistics efficiency. Read our eBook to learn more.

KANE has built a nationwide warehousing network that consumer product companies can share. By co-locating your inventory with similar products, even competitors’ products, you can reduce your warehousing costs. Most importantly, you can consolidate your last mile freight with others to convert costly LTL shipments to full truckload. This retail consolidation service has the potential to cut as much as 35% from your current freight bill for retail deliveries.

The other key aspect to KANE’s nationwide warehousing network is flexible pricing.  As your throughput grows and contracts during the year, KANE bills you for only the space and labor you require.

Benefits of KANE’s shared warehousing service
  • Reduce risk and capital investment.
  • Streamline and simplify distribution. KANE can be your single-source partner for integrated warehousing and freight delivery, eliminating the time and cost involved in coordinating multiple providers.
  • Collaborate and save. Share warehouse costs and consolidate freight with other KANE customers shipping to the same retailers,
  • Quickly enter and leave markets. KANE’s national warehouse network gives you a scalable logistics capacity – for space, labor and transportation.

Why KANE for nationwide shared warehousing support:
  • Integrated services. KANE’s award-winning fleet combines with our warehousing services for a tightly integrated retail distribution solution.

  • Food grade. All multi-client facilities are food grade and have received superior ratings from AIB International.

  • Metrics tracking and reporting. Real-time measurement and sharing of operational performance and labor productivity provides transparency and control.

  • Networked facilities. Orders and inventory across multiple facilities can be viewed through a single web interface.

  • Comprehensive value-added services. Labeling, kitting, final packaging and other value-added services can be done in the distribution center at a much lower cost than in a manufacturing environment.