NRS Logistics


The management of logistics can involve some or all of the following business functions, including:

  • Inbound transportation.
  • Outbound transportation.
  • Fleet management.
  • Warehousing.
  • Materials handling.
  • Order fulfillment.
  • Inventory management.
  • Demand planning.


Logistics dispatchers schedule workers and send them on predetermined routes that serve to deliver people and items to a destination. Logistics dispatchers receive and prepare work orders and then deliver those orders to workers.


Transporting cargo is big business: Large companies need to move inventory and small companies and individuals need a reliable delivery service. Starting a non-commercial driver’s license (CDL) delivery service means you don’t need to obtain a commercial driver’s license to operate big rigs and other heavy vehiclcles.
While this limits the size of deliveries you make, you can still succeed with a new business by focusing on a niche and targeting the right potential customers.


Efficient transportation is important to the survival of a transportation and distribution service. Efficient transportation should be analyzed for the best delivery route, as well as cost-effective packaging that ensures low investment and safety of goods. We pride ourselves in :

  • Cost-effectiveness
  • Quick and scheduled delivery
  • Flexible service
  • Track and trace of cargo and the truck
  • Complete door-to-door services


Their expertise in logistics, managing our changing demands, warehousing, and shipping customer material is unmatched. Their ability to react quickly to serve our customer’s needs was exemplified recently when we got a request after hours to ship parts for next day delivery. All it took was to make one call to the NRS Team to get the materials ready, set the vehicle up, and met our customer’s expectations by having the material at their facility the next day

Mike Spenser


Email: info@nrslogisticsus.com
Phone: 1-877-406-1704