MD Logistics Celebrates 20 Years in Business and 20 Years of Growth

MD Logistics 20th Anniversary - 3PL Supply Chain Solutions

20-years ago Mark Sell and his late business partner Dave Kiebach started third party logistics company MD Logistics, headquartered in Plainfield, Indiana. In 1996, the pair began the company named after their first initials inside a 10,000 square foot warehouse.

Since then, MD Logistics has grown through the addition of business verticals, service offerings and excellent client relationships to occupy one million square feet of warehouse space across three locations in Plainfield and one in Reno, Nevada. MD Logistics has increased its employee base from its original seven employees to now over 200 employees. Revenue has doubled over the last seven years, with MD realizing its highest revenue year in 2015. Read Full Press Release

Customized Supply Chain Solutions

MD Logistics is a third party logistics ( 3PL ) company specializing in customized supply chain solutions. Each opportunity represents unique, client-specific challenges that are evaluated utilizing proven strategic methodologies to deliver turnkey solutions. Our vertical markets include Life Sciences and Pharmaceuticals, Retail and Consumer Goods, as well as Transportation Services.

In addition to cold chain storage and foreign trade zone warehousing, our services range from packaging, fulfillment and distribution, to global supply chain solutions, freight forwarding and freight management.

Located in Plainfield, Indiana, nine miles west of the Indianapolis International Airport, and also Reno, Nevada, our combined facilities include nearly one million square feet of state of the art Pharmaceutical and Retail distribution space.

Our success is based on the belief that growing our 3PL business depends on consistently meeting the service requirements of our customers in a cost-effective and time-sensitive manner. While employing state of the art technology, valuing quality and customer satisfaction, the team at MD Logistics works hard so you don’t have to.