Inbound Logistics | September 2022


IN THIS SECTION: Site Selection – Trucking

WATSON LAND COMPANY • Watson Land Company is a developer, owner, and manager of industrial properties throughout southern California. With just under 23 million square feet of warehouse and distribution facilities located throughout the South Bay of Los Angeles, the Inland Empire, and the East Coast, our buildings are designed and located to improve your supply chain, distribution, and warehousing operation. Watson’s stable financial resources also enable the company to fund projects internally. Watson Land Company is one of the region’s most respected names in commercial real estate and one of its largest industrial developers.


TURBO SALES & LEASING • Turbo leases one of the nation’s largest inventories of terminal tractors—including top brands like TICO, Ottawa, and Capacity—for large fleets based at warehouses, distribution centers, and ports. The No. 1 priority behind Turbo’s leasing program is to maintain minimal downtime and maximum uptime for the 24/7 operations of its customers. Terminal tractor leasing programs are customized to each customer’s specific needs and budget requirements because Turbo understands that one size (or lease) does not fit all.


ECHO GLOBAL LOGISTICS • Echo Global Logistics, Inc. (Nasdaq: ECHO) is a provider of technology-enabled transportation and supply chain management services. Echo maintains a proprietary, web-based technology platform that compiles and analyzes data from its network of more than 50,000 transportation providers to serve its clients’ needs. Offering freight brokerage and managed transportation services across all major modes, Echo works to simplify the critical tasks involved in transportation management.


In 2004, EPA launched SmartWay SM —an innovative brand that represents environmentally cleaner, more fuel-efficient transportation options. In its simplest form, the SmartWay brand identifies products and services that reduce transportation- related emissions. The impact of the brand, however, is much greater as the SmartWay brand signifies a partnership among government, business, and consumers to protect the environment, reduce fuel consumption, and improve air quality. All EPA SmartWay transportation programs result in significant, measurable air quality and/ or greenhouse gas improvements while maintaining or improving current levels of other emissions and/or pollutants. Find out what you can do to save fuel, money, and the environment with SmartWay.

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