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North Florida Corridor is home to multinational corporations that demand world-class resources for logistics and distribution. They find those resources in place here, with supply chains for key industries like aerospace, automotive, defense, food, packaged products, and more. Read what these leading companies are doing today in the Corridor.

Logistics and Distribution Companies

Companies listed below do not represent the full array of logistics and distribution businesses in the super region, but provide an overview of those located in North Florida.

exterior view of Bridgestone facility


The Jacksonville Bridgestone Distribution Center began operations in June 2008. With a capacity of 1.3 million tires ranging from passenger and light truck to commercial truck tires and agricultural use tires, this center supplies tires and automotive parts to Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina and Alabama. In addition, the distribution center also supplies the entire United States with imports from Latin America and the Eastern half of the United States with tires from Europe, Japan and other Asian countries.

CSX train on railroad track


CSX Corporation, together with its subsidiaries based in Jacksonville, is one of the nation's leading transportation suppliers. The company’s rail and intermodal businesses provide rail-based transportation services including traditional rail service and the transport of intermodal containers and trailers. Overall, the CSX Transportation network encompasses about 21,000 route miles of track in 23 states, the District of Columbia and the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. The transportation network serves some of the largest population centers in the nation as nearly two-thirds of Americans live within CSX’s service territory.

interior of Family Dollar warehouse building


Family Dollar Services opened its ninth distribution center in 2004 in Marianna to cover all or part of six states in the southeast U.S. The 907,000 square foot building has a 300,000 square foot mezzanine level, over nine miles of conveyors, and was built in less than one year. Its regional workforce of over 580 employees supports three shifts of operation daily at the facility. The building is highly visible to I-10 travelers at Exit 136 in Jackson County.

interior of Fanatics warehouse building


As the go-to retailer for sports fans across the world, Jacksonville-based Fanatics is the leader for authentic, officially licensed sports merchandise and offers the world's largest collection of gear from every pro and college team. The company has transformed itself with a vertical integration business model, making it a new breed of consumer brand – a global, omni-channel, tech/data infused, vertical company made for the digital era – serving the real-time demand of sports fans, regardless of how, when and where they shop.

Shelton Trucking 18 wheeler driving on the road


Shelton Trucking is a flatbed service provider that has been in operation since 1975. Based in rural Altha, its equipment is often seen moving its customers’ products along I-10, U.S. Highway 231, and other major thoroughfares to their delivery destinations in the southeast United States region. With facility yards in Panama City and Jacksonville, FL, and Saraland, AL, the chances are great that you will see their trucks at those cities’ ports also.

interior of Suddath warehouse building


Headquartered in Jacksonville since 1919, Suddath is a leading transportation and logistics company employing more than 2,100 employees worldwide and offering 30+ locations, 2.7 million square feet of warehouse space and a reach that serves residential moving, office relocation and global logistics in more than 150 countries around the world. Suddath’s third-party warehouse capabilities are seamless links in a company’s supply chain, taking responsibility product handling and distribution.

interior of Walmart warehouse building


The Walmart distribution center is the largest employer in Baker County and has the largest facility in the county under one roof with more than 800,000 square feet of freezer/refrigeration space for distribution of food within the Southeastern United States.