LANEY & DUKE LOGISTICS IS YOUR FLORIDA BASED LOGISTICAL LINK

3PL Third-party logistics and supply chain management offering distribution and fulfillment services

LOCAL & NATIONAL

Ground Transportation

We supply trucks for cross docking, drayage, and local ground transportation. We also partner with national trucking companies

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Your Complete Partner

Logistics

With handling, storage, order fulfilment, cross docking and other services we are your complete logistics partner

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Everything Covered

Storage and Shipping

We store, provide kitting service, pick and pack to ship your orders when they need to be sent out to your clients

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Less than truckload

Less than truckload shipping (LTL) is the transportation of relatively small freight combined into one less than full truck load offering savings through shared shipments.

OUR CAPABILITIES

IN CONJUNCTION WITH OUR SERVICES WE ALSO OFFER THE FOLLOWING CAPABILITIES:

COMPANY INTRODUCTION

 
Laney & Duke sets itself apart from its competitors by offering a complete array of supply chain services and management. We provide logistics and technology customized to your needs, whether you’re a Fortune 500 company with shipments arriving from around the world, or a smaller company with regional supply chain requirements. Today, we’re at the top of our game, and we enjoy a reputation as one of the most respected warehousing, transportation, and logistics management companies in Florida.

 

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Laney & Duke was established in 1929

Operating with tomorrows vision

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