The Right Size 3PL
Make smarter, more profitable supply chain decisions using Sunset’s multimodal transportation solutions and continuous improvement consulting approach.
The right size third party logistics company.
Whether it’s logistics management, TMS and shipper technologies, freight payment services, or domestic and international transportation, Sunset offers solutions to best fit your business.
ARE YOU LACKING THESE SOLUTIONS IN YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN?
Sunset will analyze your company's historical shipping data to identify sustainable opportunities for freight optimization, service improvement, rate savings, and technology enhancements.
Growth on the border as Sunset relocates and expands Laredo, TX operations
Sunset continues to expand cross-border and customs brokerage services across key transportation corridors between Texas and Mexico. Sunset Transportation, a Top 10, women-owned third-party logistics company headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, is proud to announce a new location and expanded warehouse space in Laredo, Texas. Sunset opened its first cross-border branch office in Laredo in … Read More
St. Louis Business Journal Releases Top 150 Privately Held Companies; Sunset Jumps to #81 in 2021
Sunset is proud to make the Top 150 Privately Held Companies by the St. Louis Business Journal for the fourth consecutive year, jumping up the list to #81 from #98 in 2020. In the last year, Sunset became a certified Woman-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE), opened their ninth branch office in Queretaro, MX and added fifteen … Read More
September 2021 US/MX Cross-Border Update
*The following report is authored by Sunset Transportation’s Cross-border team, stationed at the World Trade border in Laredo/Nuevo Laredo and Queretaro, MX. Insights are taken from multiple sources, including our internal freight experts and industry data. https://www.freightwaves.com/news/transportation-capacity-dips-further-prices-keep-surginghttps://www.dat.com/https://www.actresearch.net/ Transactional and Committed Markets The truckload capacity in the US and Mexico continues to go on a downward … Read More