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3PL Provider Highline Relocates from Chelsea to Industry City

Highline Commerce, a New York City-based third-party logistics provider specializing in small e-commerce businesses, has expanded and relocated to Industry City located on the Sunset Park, Brooklyn waterfront. Relocating from Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, the company will utilize its new 27,087-square-foot space for fulfillment and warehouse operations for its roster of more than 30 small businesses. 

“Industry City is an incredible option for Highline Commerce,” said Jeff Fein, SVP of leasing at Industry City. “Their new space is triple the size of their previous Chelsea location, has great natural light, multiple loading options with direct freight access, and a built-in network of over 550 companies to build relationships with.” 

Highline founder Richard Hurley added,. “The new space at Industry City will allow us to do more for the businesses we serve, as well as grow our customer roster and our service offering.”  

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