SEKO Logistics has tripled its capacity in California (US) by opening a logistics hub in Chino and a 200,000 square foot facility in San Francisco.
In San Francisco, SEKO has opened the 200,000 square foot logistics warehouse in Union City, bringing its total capacity in the city to 350,000 square feet. SEKO describes its Chino facility as an ‘Omni-Channel Logistics Hub’, which covers 117,000 square feet. The company has also relocated in Los Angeles to a new, larger cross-dock and forwarding location. The new Los Angeles facility covers 82,000 square feet and is close to both the airport and the seaport, to cover both international air and ocean export and de-consolidation services.
SEKO Logistics chief executive officer, William Wascher says: “Our customers are experiencing significant growth in California and that’s why we are supporting them with this series of investments to ensure we have the capacity to facilitate their expansion.”
He continues: “We support air export consolidations for retailers and e-tailers to the Asia Pacific region from Los Angeles and demand for our warehousing, logistics and distribution services for solar, high tech, aerospace and medical industries out of our California locations is at an all-time high.”
This is SEKO’s second expansion this year, on 29 October it opened is first branch in Wales at Cardiff International Airport. In Australia, it will be moving to a new facility in Sydney’s Port Botany Port Facility in January 2016, under the company name, Associated Customs & Forwarding Services.