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San Diego warehousing

Weber San Diego’s strategically located multi-use facility, is a multi-client, food-grade, CTPAT compliant distribution service center that services CPG, clothing, food, machinery, and non-regulated pharmaceutical products. Located only 5 miles from the US/Mexico border, much of our work here involves the handling of both raw material and finished goods coming into and out of Mexico.

Weber’s San Diego Warehouse Services Include:

  • Food-grade warehouse and logistics services. Our warehouse in San Diego services multiple food and beverage customers.
  • Rail services. This facility’s robust rail capacity includes six rail doors with access to a double rail spur which allows us to position 12 boxcars at a time. In addition, Rail-to-OTR truck transloading services are a specialty.
  • Trucking and transloading services. Weber performs both dry and refrigerated trucking for temperature-controlled deliveries, and is permitted for hazardous material transport as well. We partner with Cross-Border Trucking Companies as well as Mexican maquiladoras located in Mexico for cross-border distribution.
  • Port services. We provide fast, reliable drayage services from the private terminals at the Port of San Diego - delivering direct to you or your customers, or returning goods to our warehouse for final distribution. Export container stuffing is a particular specialty here for points throughout Central and South America.

San Diego Warehouse Facility Details

Need warehouse and 3PL services in San Diego?

Contact us for a detailed discussion of your needs. 


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