We provide three solutions for your business challenges: logistics to power your distribution; transportation services to move your goods; and commercial space to grow your business. You select the services you need to control your costs and enhance your efficiency. You’ll receive all the benefits of three highly focused, independently managed operations collaborating as your strategic partner.
We'll help you manage the downturn. You're not alone.
Question: Since the recession started orders have fallen, but we still have high fixed logistics costs. How can I maintain operations and stay profitable?
Answer: Outsourcing selected logistics services lets you reduce overhead while increasing efficiency. Learn how to cut costs with Sonwil's 3rd Party Logistics (3PL).
Question: Parcel rates from Canada are killing our profits. Is there any way to cut our shipping costs to the U.S.?
Answer: Outsourcing your cross-border parcels to a shipping consolidator can reduce costs dramatically. Learn how to cut costs with Sonwil's TCS solutions.
Question: We need modern commercial space that's affordable right now, but gives us room to grow when the economy improves. How can I get the right location at the right price?
Answer: Sonwil's International Airport Centre combines great access to local, regional, national and international transportation routes and facilities. Learn how Sonwil's IAC "flex" space grows with you.
Did you know?
Sonwil Distribution is located near Buffalo Niagara’s Great Lakes waterfront, Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. This makes our region a shipping and logistics hub that provides a market that no other city in the U.S. or Canada can match.
• The region is home to eight international ports of entry; 4 auto, 3 rail and 1 water.
• Facilitating $81 billion in annual trade between Canada and the U.S.; that’s 30 percent of the total trade conducted between the world's two largest trading partners. Also the volume is growing by 20 percent annually.
• Buffalo Niagara is within one day’s travel reach of 55 percent of U.S. population, which includes nine million consumers in New York City
• Buffalo Niagara is within one day’s travel reach of 65 percent of the Canadian population, which includes four million consumers in Toronto and 70 percent of the Canadian manufacturing firms.