Pearl Transportation relocates, adds services
California-based transportation and logistics firm moves to expanded headquarters facility, adds warehousing services.
California-based Pearl Transportation & Logistics has relocated its headquarters to a larger facility and expanded its service offering, the company said Monday.
Pearl relocated its Inglewood, Calif., headquarters from a 750 square-foot facility on Eucalyptus Avenue to a 3,000 square-foot facility on Hindry Avenue, adding warehousing services and giving it closer proximity to Los Angeles International Airport, the company said.
"We surveyed the needs of our clients and many were looking for us to offer warehousing services, which was one of the reasons we needed more space," company President Lorena Camargo said in a statement announcing the move. "In addition, this space allows us to better meet the needs of our clients for next-flight-out airport deliveries and pickups. It also gives us the ability to expand the trucking services we provide to our clients."
Founded in 2011, Pearl Transportation & Logistics is a woman- and minority-owned business serving customers throughout Southern California.
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