About Our Mobile, AL Location
Our Mobile, AL distribution center and warehouse are strategically located in Mobile County, Alabama, allowing for easy access to I-65, I-10, I-165, and Highway 43. Since this operation is almost 5 hours away from our home office, we employ a full dispatch and trucking division, along with the employees in our Mobile, AL warehouse and distribution facility.
With a drayage capacity shortage at the Port of Mobile and container rentals/chassis being so expensive, the team at our Mobile location can help you with cost-effective intermodal trucking and drayage solutions. This location offers all of our core supply chain management services including fulfillment, distribution, cross-docking, and inventory management.
I want to let you know that thus far BR Williams – Mobile has truly done an OUTSTANDING job handling our material. I could not be happier honestly. We have had accounts with over 40 different 3PL’s and I can honestly say so far, BR Williams has been the most organized! I look forward to doing a ton of business with BR Williams.
Ryan Hensley, President, The Andec Group
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Intermodal Trucking & Drayage Services in Mobile, AL
Mobile, AL is our only location that offers Intermodal Trucking and Drayage services because of its proximity to the Port of Mobile. With a drayage capacity shortage at the port and container rentals and chassis being so expensive, BR Williams professionals can help you with cost-effective solutions.
Once your container arrives at the Port, we have the capacity to locally dray the container directly to our Mobile, AL Distribution Center & Warehouse. For your palletized products, we will provide 53’ vans to your location and bring the products to our Mobile location. Our professionals will trans-load or cross-dock your palletized shipment to a container and then return the container to APM Terminals. This option insures your containers are loaded and delivered to the Port of Mobile, with no extra cost.See All Intermodal & Drayage Services
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About BR Williams
BR Williams is a complete supply chain service provider serving the USA. We began our trucking division in 1958 and expanded into warehousing/distribution in 1992. Our family-owned business now have six distribution centers located across Southeast United States. We provide top notch truckload service, freight transportation, 3rd-party logistics (3PL), distribution management, warehousing, cross-docking services, intermodal trucking, and drayage services.
With locations in Mobile AL; Piedmont, AL; Tallahassee, FL; Anniston, AL (two facilities); Eastaboga, AL; and Oxford, AL, BR Williams’ distribution network supports over 50 customers and another 2,500 in the Trucking and Logistics divisions. The industries we serve include: automotive, defense, home improvement, education, food raw materials, textiles, chemical, industrial packaging, metals (finished goods), highway safety and more.
We are held to highest level of standard under the 9001:2015 Quality System Registration and are constantly improving and streamlining our policies and procedures.
About The Mobile, AL Area
Mobile, AL is located at the head of the Mobile Bay and the north-central Gulf Coast. The Port of Mobile plays a key role in commerce for the region. Mobile is home to many major industries, including aerospace, steel, ship building, retail, construction, medicine, manufacturing, and other services. Mobile’s Alabama State Docks recently expanded their container processing and storage facility, increasing container storage at the docks by over 1,000% at a cost of over $300 million, thus positioning Mobile for rapid container processing growth. Here’s more stats about the Port of Mobile.