Columbus, OH

2541 Parsons Ave
Columbus, OH 43207
USA

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Columbus, OH 3PL Logistics Services: Truckload, Store Delivery, Dedicated Fleet, and DC Bypass

The Columbus facility is located at 2541 Parsons Avenue in Columbus, Ohio. The facility is centrally located in the mecca of Midwest retail transportation. The National Retail Systems, Inc.’s linehaul division, Keystone Freight Corp., utilizes the facility as a stop-over point for loads traveling from coast to coast.

The facility houses the National Retail Systems, Inc.’s mechanic division, Precision Werks. The current Chief Operating Officer of NRS, Raymond Wisniewski, joined the family transportation and logistics company in 1978 aiding his two brother’s in-law in daily operations and sales.

While in operations, Raymond had a vision and created a plan for the inception of an in-house maintenance division, Precision Werks, that went on to become one of the top tractor-trailer maintenance programs in the country.

The Precision Werk facility has a presence in a number of NRS terminals across the country, including the following major hubs: North Bergen, Philadelphia, Greensboro, and Rancho Dominguez. The location in Columbus expands to a 3-bay garage solely dedicated to ensuring our assets are running safe on the road.

The facility is centrally located with direct access to Interstate 70 and 71. Interstate 70 runs through major cities such as Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Columbus, and Baltimore.

Columbus is open 24/7 for drivers, and accommodates 40 tractor-trailer parking spots around the facility. Dedicated linehaul dispatchers are in constant contact with drivers to ensure safe and productive working conditions, delivery schedules and DOT hours of service.

All Keystone Freight Corp. and National Retail Transportation, Inc. trucks are equipped with Rand McNally IntelliRoute voice navigation. The Rand McNally gives truck routing, tools, and points of interest via voice updates. Features also include updates in weather forecast, fuel prices, and local traffic.