Major Industries of Palm Beach: Distribution and Logistics

Palm Beach County distribution centers take advantage of Intermodal Systems Highways, railroads, airports, and the Port of Palm Beach.

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Palm Beach County is centrally located to Florida’s largest population centers, and has convenient access to world markets via the port. The county is home to 14 distribution centers totaling over 3.2 million square feet. A few of these distribution centers includes Aldi, FedEx and Walgreens, but you can view the full list of Palm Beach County distribution centers. These distribution centers take advantage of Intermodal Systems Highways, railroads, airports, and the Port of Palm Beach.


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