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inland empire warehousing

Provide economical distribution services to your West Coast customers by utilizing an Inland Empire warehouse.   The Inland Empire is located about 50 minutes east of Los Angeles and is a very popular region for warehousing and product distribution.  Weber’s 7 Inland Empire facilities – totaling nearly 2.7 million sq. ft. of warehouse space – are modern facilities with high ceilings for efficient storage of a range of consumer products, including food. 

Advantages of Weber's Inland Empire Warehouse and 3PL Services:

  • Economical distribution to West region customers.  Real estate and labor rates are lower in the Inland Empire compared to Los Angeles warehouses.

  • Food-grade warehousing.   We can accommodate wide temperature range requirements, including frozen and chilled.  All our Inland Empire warehouse locations are AIB-certified.  

  • Easy on-off access from highways 10 and 15, as well as close proximity to the Ontario, CA airport. 

  • Trucking services.   Weber operates a fleet of trucks, including dry and refrigerated trailers for your cold chain requirements. 

  • Multi-warehouse campus environment.  Our campuses share trained staff among facilities, so we can handle your volume spikes effectively and economically. 

  • Import logistics services.   Our port services team can manage drayage moves from the Ports of LA/Long Beach into our LA warehouses or Inland Empire warehouses.  

Inland Empire Warehouse Details

Select any of the Inland Empire warehouse and fulfillment locations below to get specific facility details.  

Need warehouse and 3PL services in the Inland Empire?

Contact us for a detailed discussion of your needs. 


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