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Zenith Global Logistics opens hub in San Antonio

To service expanding home delivery and split container programs

Home furnishings supply chain leader Zenith Global Logistics has opened a regional freight hub in San Antonio, Texas, dedicated to servicing its expanding home delivery business as well as increased demand for its split container program.

"Growing home delivery needs of our customers in the Texas area was a key factor in establishing our latest hub there," President and CEO Jack Hawn said.

"We're also seeing retailers continuing to place orders cautiously and strategically via our split container program," Hawn said. "Installing a hub in Texas ensures that the order flexibility retailers expect from a split container will be matched by exceptional speed to market - another critical requirement for businesses to succeed, especially in a challenging marketplace."
The San Antonio hub is Zenith Global's fourth domestic expansion since 2009 and its second home delivery/split container-dedicated facility in only six months. In June, Zenith Global opened a home delivery/split container hub in Atlanta, just six months after cutting the ribbon on a new regional freight hub in Tupelo, Miss.

Last fall, the company also established a 204,000-sq.-ft., multi-tenant warehousing and distribution center in Claremont, N.C. Future network expansions include facilities in Seattle, Chicago, Orlando, Elizabethtown, N.J., and Raleigh, N.C.

Zenith Global Logistics is an international supply chain provider specializing in home furnishings, providing comprehensive services from sourcing and shipping through warehousing, transportation and home delivery. Zenith currently operates more than 4.5 million square feet of warehouse domestically, including facilities in California, Texas, North Carolina and Virginia. Visit the company online at www.ZenithCompanies.com or www.facebook.com/ZenithGlobalLogistics.

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