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Advantage Hanson

Chicago Location without Chicago Headaches
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The Solution To Illinois Tax Hikes, Chicago Congestion? Call Hanson Logistics.

You don’t need to be in Chicago to serve Chicago. And your distribution program doesn’t need to suffer the impact of crippling congestion and 30% tax increases. Just call Hanson; we’re close to Chicago but offer more certainty in rates and reliable route times. The Hanson Chicago Consolidation Center is located on I-65 near Hobart, Indiana – where the business climate is good and the traffic bottlenecks can be avoided. Our best-of-class facility offers deep frozen and refrigerated storage, as well as Velocities™ Multi-Vendor Consolidation Program for pooled truckload deliveries into Chicago and across the country. This strategic location keeps you outside of Illinois corporate tax hike and west Chicago congestion, yet still offers easy access to the Windy City plus all other outbound lanes. There is enough uncertainty in this world. When it comes to distribution, you don’t want any surprises, especially when it comes to time and money. Avoid the higher rates, headaches and hassle. Head east, head to Hanson. Questions? Call Toll Free 888.772.1197

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THINKING CHICAGO MARKET? ASK YOURSELF:

  • Do I really want an Illinois-based distribution partner that’s trying to find a way to pay for higher taxes, likely by raising rates for its services? Or, would I rather have an Indiana-based distribution partner in a state with lower business taxes, lower cost of living, and a more cost-effective labor force?
  • Am I comfortable with congestion that can increase travel times by 60 percent during peak morning periods and often requires doubling travel time for one-time arrival? Or, is the idea of less traffic stress and easy access to Chicago, other Midwest markets, and the East Coast more appealing?