Our warehouse expertise includes public, dedicated, plant facilities and RDCs, serving various product categories such as food commodities, food warehousing, chemical warehousing and general merchandise warehousing.
Specialty Storage Services
Specialty Warehouse Ltd. takes great care in handling packaged food commodities, storing in dry and protect from freeze conditions.
All food items are stored and handled in strict accordance with state, local and federal regulations
Specialty specializes in storage and handling of packaged chemicals, including Red Label. Our commitment to safe and compliant distribution ensures that we pursue our customers’ Responsible Care® initiatives. We are an industry leader in keeping our customers in total compliance with all local, state and federal regulations.
Specialty’s unique approach to setting up a contract warehouse gives the customer the flexibility it needs to ensure that cost-effective warehouse operations are established to meet customer requirements.
Chemicals and hazardous materials, general commodities (paper, plastics, etc.), parts distribution and inbound logistics
We handle time-sensitive material transfer from inbound receipt through domestic delivery to high profile consignees.
Specialty can offer the return of goods from their typical destination, for purposes of recovering value in those goods or arranging for proper disposal or disposition.
Transportation, documentation, and freight handling procedures are in place to service your international shipping requirements.
Customized Inventory Control.
We provide pre-formatted, as well as customized labels to comply with consignee requirements.
What We Offer
Public warehousing for the flexibility you need
Contract and dedicated facilities to implement change and reduce costs
Integrated logistics services to improve customer service and increase turns
Customized solutions with no capital investment
State-of-the-art technology, systems integration, and performance monitoring to enable real continuous improvement processes