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At SOUTHPORT LOGISTICS, we provide a comprehensive range of logistics services to meet the demands of any business. Our commitment to excellence and quality assurance sets us apart from the competition. Count on us to get the job done efficiently and effectively.


A third-party logistics provider (abbreviated 3PL) is a company that provides outsourced or “third party” logistics services to companies for part, or sometimes all their supply chain management function. Third party logistics providers typically specialize in integrated operation and freight transportation services that can be scaled and customized to customer’s needs based on market conditions and the demands and delivery service requirements for their products and materials shipping.

Benefits of 3PL

Simply put, a 3PL offers you the best shipping and freight service based on your needs. As a transportation broker, Southport Logistics is not tied to fulfilling our own fleet of trucks but is only tied to finding you the best shipping solution.
What we offer as a shipping and freight provider is a team of transportation experts with accumulated freight industry expertise and information technology assets. We are a full-service shipping and freight advisor and keep a significantly higher degree of “firsthand” involvement in the transportation of your products.

  • Transportation Services:​​

    • Specialized Transportation: Handling oversized or specialized cargo that requires unique handling and transportation methods.

  • Warehousing and Distribution:

    • Warehousing: Providing storage facilities for goods with inventory management capabilities.

    • Distribution: Managing the distribution of goods from warehouses to retailers, wholesalers, or directly to consumers.

  • Supply Chain Management:

    • Inventory Management: Optimizing inventory levels to ensure efficient supply chain operations.

  • Value-added Services:

    • Packaging and Labeling: Ensuring goods are properly packed and labeled for safe transportation and regulatory compliance.

    • Insurance: Offering cargo insurance to protect goods against loss or damage during transit.

    • Tracking and Visibility: Providing real-time tracking and visibility of shipments to customers and stakeholders.

  • Project Logistics:

    • Project Cargo Handling: Managing logistics for large-scale projects that involve complex transportation and handling requirements.

    • Supply Chain Consultancy: Providing strategic advice and consultancy services to optimize supply chain operations and reduce cost.

  • Reverse Logistics:

    • Returns Management: Handling the reverse flow of goods, including processing returns, refurbishing, recycling, or disposing of products.

  • Risk Management and Security:

    • Supply Chain Risk Management: Mitigating risks such as disruptions, theft, and natural disasters through risk assessment and contingency planning.

    • Security Services: Implementing security measures to protect goods in transit and within warehouses.

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