Back in 2015 Philadelphia, Miami and Seattle were poised to join the ranks of global logistics hubs, according to a report from real-estate brokerage CBRE Inc.
The report was right, South Florida joined the ranks of global logistics hubs and the options set a new standard in logistics services.
The U.S. cities were among 20 global metropolises identified as primed to become major players in the network for global trade over the next decade.
South Florida increased it’s logistics service demands with the new logistics hubs powered by Freight Hub Group.
Freight Hub Group is among the top fastest-growing companies according to INC5000 magazine in 2019. Now, customers can select a specific hub that is specialized in one area of logistics.
The new and exciting alternatives include Full Truckload Hub (GoFTLHub.io); is a dedicated hub for all your nationwide FTL needs. We have a fleet of trucks available for you, refrigerated, flatbeds, heavy hauling and other value-added services like nationwide live tracking (Uber-like experience).
Other hubs are Warehouse Hub (GoWhseHub.io), LTL Hub (GoLTLHub.io), DrayHub (GoDrayHub.io), and they even have a Hazmat Hub for your hazardous materials at GoHazmatHub.io.
The hubs are conveniently located near Port of Miami and Everglades for quick pickups. Users can also benefit from free tools and services like free online freight quote requests.
By submitting a quick request online customers can start their logistic process and get answers at no cost upfront.
References: Freight Hub Group https://gofreighthub.io
Wall Street Journal https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-next-global-logistics-hubs-1447969941
Watch Freight Hub’s video for a quick overview of the new hubs in town.