Home & Garden Industries

Home and Garden Industries have a unique logistics process that requires planning and execution to ensure that products are delivered to customers in an efficient way. GLC understands the seasonal demands on products within this category, with different products experiencing higher demand at different times of the year and that is why we can offer rates and routes according to the customer needs.

“The global home and garden market size was valued at USD 1,328.8 billion in 2020, and it is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.8% from 2021 to 2028”.

Grand View Research

Why should Home & Garden Companies choose GLC logistics Solutions?

GLC offers international and domestic transportation, utilizing different modes of transportation (ocean, air, rail, trucking), optimizing supply chains for home and garden industries, and also helping them to reduce costs and improve efficiency.

If you are trying to import or export home and garden products, our GLC Customs Brokerage division will work alongside you to ensure your shipment comply customs regulations.

Home and Garden products, including furniture, appliances, and outdoor equipment, may need significant storage space. for that reason, this industry needs 3PL  partners with enough space and capacity to accommodate the products. Our 7 State-of-the-Art within the US will perfectly handle your inventory, packaging it carefully and loading it securely.

e-Commerce fulfillment is becoming increasingly important for the home and garden industry, with a growing number of consumers choosing to shop online. GLC is your best choice as we ensure a fluid and transparent end-to-end experience and the best customer service for your clients.

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