Saddle Creek Logistics’ New Fulfillment Distribution Center Supports E-Commerce Demand

This new site further expands its nationwide network of distribution centers and strengthens its omnichannel supply chain capabilities.

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Saddle Creek Logistics Services announced plans to open a 544,320-square-foot e-commerce fulfillment distribution center in Walton, Ky., further expanding its nationwide network of distribution centers and strengthening its omnichannel supply chain capabilities.

“The rapid acceleration of e-commerce growth over the past year has intensified demand for centrally located distribution facilities that are equipped to accommodate growing online and omnichannel order volume,” says Duane Sizemore, senior vice president, marketing and business development, Saddle Creek. “Fulfilling orders from a central location, like the Cincinnati area, allows merchants to minimize transit time and cost and improve service levels for their customers.”

From Saddle Creek Logistics:

  • Saddle Creek’s facility is located near the intersection of Interstates 71 and 75 and in close proximity to a major parcel hub, where more than 90% of the United States can be reached in 1-2 days via ground service.
  • The shared-space facility also offers ambient storage for retail and manufacturing distribution.
  • The facility also provides value-added services, returns management and parcel shipping programs in addition to warehousing and order fulfillment.