SOURCE: CaseStack

September 20, 2006 15:21 ET

Logistics Company Recognized on 100 Top 3PL Providers List

AtomicBox Logistics Tops the List for the Third Year

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- September 20, 2006 -- Inbound Logistics magazine has announced the 2006 top 100 third party logistics companies. The magazine has been dedicated to helping companies manage corporate resources for over two decades and has declared AtomicBox Logistics a top 3PL for three consecutive years.

During AtomicBox's 50-year history the company has strived to offer innovative and flexible outsourcing solutions. Now, with warehouse space that exceeds 1 million square feet and customized value-added services, AtomicBox has the professional expertise to deliver seamless end-to-end logistics solutions. These award-winning services have won AtomicBox praise from not only clients, but trade recognition as well.

Also enhancing the company's ability to increase supply chain efficiency is a recent merger with CaseStack. CaseStack, which offers logistical outsourcing solutions to mid-sized companies, provides AtomicBox with more warehouse space, a stronger footprint, and a premiere retailer consolidation program. This merger provides clients with a more comprehensive tool to aid in success.

Felecia Stratton, editor of Inbound Logistics, recognizes the importance of this inclusive experience in being a top third party logistics company, "One key driver for our selection process was how a logistics partner enables innovation and/or growth for its customers. But it is just as important, in some cases more important, for a logistics partner to act as a business change agent, driving their customers' ability to grow, innovate, and compete. That is what AtomicBox Logistics does."

The efficiency AtomicBox has worked hard to achieve will lead to enhanced technology for clients and advancement in supply chain offerings. It is clear that AtomicBox's run on the Top 3PL list will not be ending anytime soon.


Inbound Logistics is a leading trade magazine targeted toward business logistics and supply chain managers. The magazine's editorial mission is to help leading companies better manage corporate resources by speeding and reducing inventory and supporting infrastructure, and better matching demand signals to supply lines. More information is available at

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