Logistics and Freight Management

Streamline and consolidate your inventory, warehousing, and shipping processes, saving time and money with logistics and freight management from Yakima Transfer & Storage. We can solve all your business’ storage and transportation challenges, meeting your inventory management, warehousing, and distribution logistics needs.

Safe, Secure Freight Management

Our logistics and freight management company inspects all inventory we receive and store, ensuring it arrives complete and undamaged before storing it securely in our massive warehouse. We’re centrally located in Yakima, serving all of Washington State, Western Idaho, and Northern Oregon.

Comprehensive Logistics Services

Our partnership with Allied Van Lines ensures safe, efficient transport from storage to point of use. We offer many customer-direct shipping options, including:

Final mile distribution

We can receive, store, and deliver your product quickly and efficiently to the end user.

Specialized distribution

Delivery of large or high-value items and sensitive equipment is no problem for our experienced team, as well as delivery to hard-to-reach locations requiring tractor trailers, liftgates, and 4WD vehicles.

White glove distribution

We offer delivery and assembly, including clean-up and disposal of packing materials.

Furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E)

Our team can deliver and assemble furnishings and fixtures at hotels, restaurants, or retail venues.

Learn More About Our Logistics and Freight Management Services

Contact Yakima Transfer & Storage at 509-453-4888 today to get more details on our logistics and freight management services in Yakima, Selah, Naches, Wapato, Toppenish, Zillah, Granger, Sunnyside, Grandview, Ellensburg, Cle Elum, Prosser, and across Washington state, Western Idaho, and Northern Oregon.

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