reLogistics Opens New Reverse Logistics Facilities in Fort Worth and Memphis

Asset transport packaging and pallet management services leader opens two new locations.

reLogistics Services has opened two new reverse logistics centers located in Fort Worth, Texas, and Memphis, Tennessee.

The Fort Worth Reverse Logistics Center is located in the rapidly growing distribution hub near Alliance Airport. The 60,000 square foot facility has 20 dock doors and an automated pallet sortation machine to meet anticipated high volumes. Initially, the facility will employ 18 employees to sort pallets, RPC’s, break pack boxes and other returnable and reusable packaging. The site is equipped with a pallet sorting machine and a cardboard baler.

“We are pleased and proud that our business has grown so much in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex allowing us to expand into an additional location in Fort Worth” stated Mike Hachtman, President, reLogistics Services. “This location, combined with our existing Reverse Logistics Center in Dallas, will give us greater ability to service our customers across North Texas and support their growing use of reusable transport packaging.”

The Memphis, TN Reverse Logistics Center, a 40,000 square foot facility is located at 2158 Heyde Ave, Memphis. It has 19 dock doors. Initially, the facility will employ 15 employees to sort pallets, RPCs, break pack boxes and other returnable and reusable packaging.

“We are excited about expanding our US footprint to Memphis to better serve our customers,” said Hachtman. “It’s the perfect location to better enable us to meet the growing demands of our customers while maximizing customer backhauls, facilitating the additional use of reusable transport packaging and supporting their sustainability objectives.”

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, reLogistics is the leading provider of reusable transport packaging and pallet management services. reLogistics supports customers at 46 locations, servicing more than 1,000 retail outlets and processes more than 280,000 trailers including 74 million pallets and 78 million reusable totes annually.