C & S Carpet Distribution
Since 1989, C&S Carpet Distribution, Inc. has been serving the carpet and flooring industry in the Dalton and North Georgia region.
As word of our attention to customer service spread, the Company has expanded into a multi level logistics provider offering a range of services from less than truckload consolidation, truckload service, to total specialized logistics management of small and medium size companies.
C&S provides Truckload – cross dock service.
In fact, many major carpet and flooring product companies as well as general commodity campaigns, inside and outside the North Georgia area, have chosen us as their distribution provider.
Because C&S has multiple trailers spotted at all major mills and distribution centers, we are an ideal choice to consolidate all of your less than truckload shipments of carpet, tile, laminate, and sundry items.
With a large fleet of late model trucks, driven by experienced professionals, we are also the obvious choice to provide line haul service for your consolidation, as well as provide quality service on truckload shipments and expedited service with stringent service requirements.
Truckload & Less Than Truckload Service
C & S Carpet Distribution and Logistics provides truckload and less than truckload service throughout the nation.
C & S Carpet Logistics, Inc.
When your shipment MUST BE THERE, C&S Carpet Logistics provides expedited service large or small! Our staff of highly trained logistics specialists, from both sides of the Industry, stand ready to make it happen.
When C&S Carpet Distribution trucks are not available, C&S Carpet Logistics is here to service you through a network of over 1800 trucks, under contract, to provide you with quality service between any points within the 48 contiguous States and Canada.
Is your current fleet wrecking your profit margins C&S Carpet Logistics can design a program to relieve you of unstable fuel costs, maintenance costs and delays, driver recruiting and retention. Let us offer you a solution for your small fleet problems.