Tennessee Warehousing & Distribution Centers

R&S Warehousing & Distribution Centers in Tennessee:

 

Knoxville Warehouse & Distribution Center - KX 1

210 S. Bell Street, Knoxville, TN 37915

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Knoxville Warehouse & Distribution Center - KX2

250 S. Bell Street, Knoxville, TN 37915

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Knoxville Warehouse & Distribution Center - KX3

700 Dalen Ln, Knoxville, TN 37932

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Kingston Springs Warehouse & Distribution Center - Nashville 1

1120 US-70, Kingston Springs, TN 37082

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Lenoir City Warehouse & Distribution Center - LC1

3620 Industrial Park Dr, Lenoir City, TN 37771

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Lenoir City Warehouse & Distribution Center - LC2

100 Yale Ave, Lenoir City, TN 37771

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White Pine Warehouse & Distribution Center - Morristown 1

1750 Garden Village Dr., White Pine, TN 37890

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Dandridge Warehouse & Distribution Center - Morristown 2

831 Epco Dr., Dandridge, TN 37725

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Corporate Headquarters

6714 Albunda Dr. Knoxville, TN 37919

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Location:

Tennessee’s geographic location provides access to markets worldwide. The central location provides businesses fast access to both customers and suppliers.
 
Chosen by shipping powerhouse FedEx, Tennesse is an obvious choice for warehousing & distribution centers.
 

Not just the biggest, also the best:

Tennessee has 455 pristine miles to 1-40 within the state border. Not just that, it is regularly recognized as the best-maintained interstate in the nation. This combination adds up to a prime location for warehousing and distribution.

All about the access:

  • Access to eight interstate highways
  • 60 percent of the U.S. population within an 11-hour drive or less
  • Six Class 1 railroads
  • 1,000 miles of navigable waterways

Chosen by the best:

These companies have chosen Tennessee to thrive, and create jobs.

  • Amazon
  • Academy Sports + Outdoor
  • Arrive Logistics
  • DHL
  • FedEx Logistics
  • GAP
  • Lowe’s

Accolades:

Voted #5 Best State for Infrastructure – CNBC, 2019