Outdoor Lifestyle Industries

At GLC we specialized in providing logistics solutions that are tailored to the unique needs of the outdoor lifestyle industry. Our extensive experience in this field encompasses transportation, storage, and distribution of outdoor products, and we possess a deep understanding of the industry’s challenges, including seasonal fluctuations.

Our solutions are scalable, allowing us to adapt our services to your changing needs as your business grows and evolves. At GLC, we are committed to delivering exceptional customer service that drives your success.

Whether you’re in need of reliable trucking services or cargo freight forwarding, GLC has you covered. Our transportation solutions include a comprehensive range of services such as local and long-haul trucking, intermodal transport, expedited delivery, and more. Whatever your logistics needs may be, we have the expertise and resources to ensure that your shipments are handled efficiently, safely, and on time. Trust us to deliver the solutions you need to keep your business moving forward.

The global outdoor apparel market size was valued at USD 184.6 billion in 2020 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 5.3% from 2021 to 2028. The increasing demand for sustainable and eco-friendly products is driving the growth of the outdoor apparel market. Many outdoor lifestyle companies are investing in sustainable sourcing and manufacturing practices to meet this demand.

-Grand View Research

Why Should Outdoor Lifestyle Companies Choose GLC’s Logistics Solutions?

Freight Forwarding

Following sustainable supply chain practices, GLC freight forwarding services are ready to cover outdoor lifestyle logistics needs. Whether you select ocean, air, rail, or truck, our team of experts will provide you with great rates and end-to-end visibility.

Customs Brokerage

Our Brokerage team will help companies determine the correct tariff classification for their products to determine the amount of duty that must be paid on the products. They can also handle valuation, compliance, risk management, and more.

Warehousing & Distribution

Our warehousing solutions include seven strategically placed hubs throughout the United States. These hubs are equipped to handle all your inventory management needs, including storage, picking, packing, and domestic distribution, among others.

All-Risk Cargo Insurance

We offer an All-Risk Cargo Insurance policy that can protect your shipment against damages, accidents, natural disasters, and all other possible risks. With our policy, you can be sure that your valuable cargo will arrive at its destination safely and securely.

Our Certifications


Our Network Affiliations

World Freight Network
Global Affinity Alliance

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