Cargo Integrated Logistics Adds Fifth Facility in Hickory Area

Conover, NC: Cargo Integrated Logistics (CIL) has leased another warehouse facility located at 1501 13th Street SW, Hickory, NC 28602 with another operational expansion, this time in Hickory. The 80,000 square foot facility has been converted to a warehouse facility for the expanding operations of Cargo Integrated Logistics for dedicated logistics clients. The facility provides […]

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Cargo Integrated Logistics Selects Upp Technology’s irms|360® Enterprise for Warehouse Management

Conover, NC: Cargo Integrated Logistics (CIL) has selected the irms|360® Enterprise solution suite (IRMS®) to manage operations at four, local state-of-the-art CIL warehouses. The award-winning cloud warehouse management system (WMS) from Upp Technology, a leader in cloud WMS, provides CIL with the most advanced technology for real-time inventory management and near perfect inventory accuracy. With CIL coordinating […]

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Cargo Integrated Logistics has new facility

Cargo Integrated Logistics, an operation of Cargo Consolidation Services, Inc., completed its acquisition of the former Lane Venture Distribution Warehouse located at 1409 Deborah Herman Road, Conover, NC 28613. This new facility will provide a base for the expanding operations of Cargo Integrated Logistics. In July 2013, Cargo Integrated Logistics was formed as an extension […]

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Cargo Transporters supports Rising Hope Farms

CLAREMONT, N.C. — Cargo Transporters Inc. has committed a donation of $25,000 to Rising Hope Farms for their covered arena capital project. “Rising Hope runs an amazing program,” said John Pope, chairman of Cargo Transporters. Rising Hope Farms is located in Claremont and provides a place where people of all ages with special needs can […]

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Disaster-Proofing Your Supply Chain: A 5-Question Checklist for Execs

Jon Hall, FM Global In 2014, there is renewed optimism among many business leaders about the resurgence of U.S. manufacturing and the potential for significant new facilities to be built in the United States for the first time in decades. Rising labor costs around the world and starkly lower energy costs in the U.S., combined […]

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