Omni Logistics has announced a new campus of three buildings in Dallas to increase the growth of the company and how it can help the customers
The new, 366,711 square foot Dallas Campus of Omni Logistics, a technology-driven supplier of international multimodal logistics solutions and specialized services, has officially opened. This new building joins the recently inaugurated Dallas corporate headquarters, Phoenix offices, expansive new warehouses, and cross-dock facilities for Omni Logistics, all powered by renewable energy sources. With 4,500 people across more than 100 sites, privately held Omni Logistics is a multibillion dollar worldwide logistics solutions company. It serves the intricate supply chain requirements of close to 7,000 clients. Omni Logistics offers tailored, end-to-end supply chain solutions based on individual client difficulties and the distinctive characteristics of a customer’s freight in addition to typical freight services. Omni Logistics eliminates supply chain inefficiencies and offers customers cost-effective solutions by utilizing technology, proprietary data, analytics, and automation. As a participant in The Climate Pledge, Omni Logistics is dedicated to improving supply chain transparency and cutting waste in order to offer more environmentally friendly transportation options.
This is the image of the Dallas campus shared by Omni Logistics
The Dallas Campus is ideally situated 8 miles from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and 17 miles from Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL). It also has quick access to State Highways 183 and 121, which makes it as easy as possible for carriers to pick up and drop off passengers at the campus. This facility is ideally situated for shippers from a variety of sectors since it is 20 miles from the Dallas Central Business District and 15 miles from the Fort Worth Central Business District. The gated campus is CNPAT certified, guarded, and equipped with a cutting-edge security system, making it the perfect choice for shippers that want a high level of protection. The new facility gives shippers and carriers an effective and convenient choice for storing and cross-docking with a total of 83 dock entrances.