Our Company

KPI Logistics is a third party logistics (3PL) provider devoted to providing unrivaled personalized service to our clients.

Headquartered in San Diego, CA, KPI Logistics has built its foundation around collaborative, long-term relationships with clients and carriers.

We recognize that the highest of service levels are vital to the successful partnership between companies in our industry. Our philosophy of devoted, personalized attention to our clients provides for service levels that exceed the average 3PL or transportation provider.

Incorporated in late 2010, we have serviced clients throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. We recognized a need for logistics service providers that could assist clients with unique logistics solutions. Our focus began with assisting clients within the chemical industry experiencing challenges with hazardous material transport. Our commitment and service levels within this vertical helped us successfully develop our business model over a short period of time. We quickly evolved from a single transportation mode provider to a full-service transportation and logistics company servicing a broad range of clients.

In 2015 we were included as #483 on the Inc.500 list of fastest growing private companies in America. We are also included on the Inc.5000 list of fastest growing private companies in America for 2017 & 2018. In addition, we have been named to the San Diego Business Journal’s list of 100 fastest growing private companies for 2015, 2016 & 2018.

KPI’s team of dedicated, talented employees enables it to continue to provide the highest levels of service to our clients. The combination of exceptional people, industry leading technology, and unrivaled service levels allows us to rise above our competition and continue with the goal of exceeding client expectations each day.

What sets us Apart?

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Intermodal Volume Growth in 2018 Best in Five Years, IANA Report Says

Intermodal Volume Growth in 2018 Best in Five Years, IANA Report Says

Driven by tight trucking capacity and the threat of tariffs, intermodal volumes increased 5.6% in 2018, their highest growth in five years, according to the Intermodal Association of North America’s annual report. Not only were gains substantial, they were also broad-based, the report said. All markets recorded an increase of at least 4.9% or greater, […]

Tariffs, Trade Policies Concern Shippers in North American Markets

Tariffs, Trade Policies Concern Shippers in North American Markets

Disruption is increasingly happening for freight movers as they seek to cross the United States’ borders with Mexico and Canada, and it’s not the positive technological change often associated with that word. Instead, it’s delayed freight or higher costs, as tariffs and uncertainty about the reworked NAFTA trade agreement are vexing trucking companies as they […]

ELD Era Brings Fleets, Shippers Toward More Collaboration, Experts Say

ELD Era Brings Fleets, Shippers Toward More Collaboration, Experts Say

The trucking market has undergone change in many forms over the years as technology and regulatory developments have exerted larger and more intense influence on each aspect of motor carriers’ operations. The latest change was the implementation of the federal electronic logging device, or ELD, mandate just over a year ago. It’s the latest in […]

State of Global Logistics: Time for a reality check

State of Global Logistics: Time for a reality check

Priorities for global logistics managers are likely to be subject to significant change in 2019, say industry experts and prominent economists. First and foremost, adapting pricing strategies to fit local market conditions will become more important than ever. At the same time, shippers will be tasked with building resilience into global operations to mitigate the […]