LSO expands services in Louisiana

LSO expands services in Louisiana

Regional parcel carrier LSO has expanded its shipping services to include cities and zip codes throughout Louisiana, including Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles, Metairie, New Orleans, and Shreveport. In a blog posted on the company website on 22 May, LSO said: “The extension of services into Louisiana greatly complements our broad expanse of parcel delivery services already widely available throughout the South.

“Louisiana businesses selecting LSO for their shipping needs can expect the same customer-centric focus with value-driven and affordably priced shipping options and on-time delivery that LSO has delivered in states like Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico for twenty-four years.”

LSO said that it would be offering “a unique regional solution” in Louisiana “with a service offering that includes a full range of next-day, day-definite guaranteed deliveries”.

The company also reported that its acquisition of Express Courier International (Express/ECI) in February has enabled LSO to create the largest regional parcel carrier serving the southern United States.

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