Warehouse and Distribution Services in Los Angeles, CA

3PL Warehouse Space in Southern California

Looking for a 3PL warehousing and distribution partner in Los Angeles, CA that’s fully responsive to your needs? We offer flexible, scalable warehousing, storage, inventory management, and distribution services, custom-fit to your business.


Situated strategically in City of Industry, California—near the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach—our 110,000 square foot warehouse is equipped with advanced security and inventory control systems, ensuring your goods are stored and managed with the utmost care and precision. Trust the Approved team to help you manage and distribute your inventory, while streamlining your processes and reducing costs.

Our Warehouse Services

  • High pile storage and regular storage
  • Cross-docking and transload
  • Over-the-road and rail
  • Order selection, pick and pack, knitting
  • Inspections
  • Outdoor storage and trailer storage
  • Crating
  • VAS – Value Add Services
  • Alcohol and beverage storage



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Our Warehouse Features

110,000 square feet

30-40 trailer storage spots

25 rack doors, occupied with dock levelers

2 rail doors

Los Angeles Warehouse Space – Near LAX and Ports

Central, Convenient Location:

14777 Don Julian Rd, City of Industry, CA 91746.

With close proximity to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), as well as the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, we can pick up and drop off ocean cargo and air cargo with ease.

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Tailored 3PL Warehousing and Distribution Solutions in LA

Warehouse Management Logistics

Enjoy a customized service that scales to the speed of your business. Choose from short-term, long-term, or variable warehousing for all types of products and goods.

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Distribution Services

Secure and proper storage of your goods is only the start. We also offer a comprehensive range of distribution center services to streamline your operations, minimize costs, and be customizable to your needs.

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Sorting & Segregating

We can sort and segregate inventory by pallet, crate, SKU, size, brand, or any other characteristic and prepare it for shipping and distribution to multiple locations.

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Scalable Inventory Management

Our inventory management services handle both strategic oversight and tactical execution right from the warehouse. Our scalable approach ensures we can meet your needs as your business grows.

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Simplify Your Logistics with Expert Warehouse and Distribution Services

Let the Approved experts add efficiency and ease to your warehousing and distribution activities. Our custom-tailored solutions fit to your business, scaling up or down as needed. Our LA based warehouse for rent/lease is what your business needs for simplified storage and distribution services. Get started today with a free quote.

Frequently Asked Questions About Warehousing & Distribution Services

Warehousing involves storing supplies and/or goods until they’re ready to be sold or distributed. When optimizing your supply chain activities, warehousing is an important link to examine, since it can offer significant opportunities for uncovering efficiencies and reducing expenses.

Warehousing involves activities such as receiving inventory, putting goods away, and storing them until they’re needed. Then, once it’s time for that inventory to move to its next destination, warehousing activities include picking, packing, and shipping that inventory.

Warehousing and distribution involves receiving and storing inventory—either goods or supplies—and preparing them to move to their next destination. Depending on the business, that may mean palletizing goods in a central warehouse that are headed for a local distribution center, gathering a series of supplies to send to a manufacturer who will use them to create finished goods, or picking and packing an order headed direct to a consumer.

While warehousing focuses on receiving and storing inventory in a way that it can be easily managed, logistics focuses on the movement of that inventory outside the warehouse. So, for example, shipping a container of supplies from a manufacturer in China to a central warehouse in Los Angeles would fall under logistics, while receiving and storing those goods would fall under warehousing.

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