Regal Logistics selected 2019 Top 3PL from nationwide search
July 12, 2019

Seattle, WA – Out of several hundred competitors, Regal Logistics has been selected as an Inbound Logistics Top 100 Third-Party Logistics Provider for 2019. “Hundreds of companies submitted credentials once again this year, presenting a difficult challenge for the editorial selection team to choose only 100 3PL leaders among them,” said Devin Javens, Inbound Logistics Assistant Content Manager.

Inbound Logistics is a widely respected national magazine and online news service. Its editors select Top 100 3PL leaders by carefully evaluating submitted information and online research. Then they compare those data with what their readers want and select only those companies that can successfully meet their supply chain and logistics challenges.

“Regal is grateful to our employees for helping maintain this important industry-wide ranking in 2019, and year after year since 2004. It reflects well on their commitment and contributions,” said Rand Neeves, CEO, Regal Logistics.

With 50 years’ experience, Regal Logistics delivers innovative shipping solutions, state-of-the-art systems, lower costs and better results. We offer comprehensive services, from Port to Sale, for companies importing from Asia and specialize in weekly replenishment services and distribution. Customers benefit from our expertise shipping to 800+ retailers and specialty stores, industry specific solutions and streamlined logistics processes that improve product flow. Walmart touts Regal as an example it uses when instructing new vendors on expectations for routing and loading their freight. Amazon chose Regal to be part of its new transportation initiative for high volume shippers. EDI, real time shipment tracking, warehouse and transportation management systems exceed standards and accelerate goods to market via 2.4 million square feet of high-velocity Distribution Centers in the Pacific Northwest, Los Angeles and Charleston, SC. Regal distributes to 90% of U.S. within three days. Planned expansion in 2020 will cut that to two days.