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  • Public Warehousing
  • Contract Warehousing
  • Flex Warehouse Space
  • Value-Added Services
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eCommerce Fulfillment

  • Pick and Pack
  • Dropshipping
  • Platform Integrations
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Retail / Distribution

  • Just-In-Time Shipping
  • B2B Fulfillment
  • FTL and LTL Shipments
  • Vendor Compliance


  • Cross Docking
  • Deconsolidation
  • Overweight Corridor
  • BNSF Intermodal
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The Beyond Warehousing Difference

Delivering Results

We show up, do the work, and provide value. These actions are foundational in Beyond Warehousing’s commitment to service and operational excellence.

Process Scalability

Small or large, we can fit the needs of your company and grow with you as your needs change.


Whether it’s rates or capabilities, we are straightforward and honest. We don’t try to hide or sugarcoat anything. An illusion is not a good way to start a sustainable and long-term partnership.

Kansas City

Warehouse Locations

Beyond Warehousing has over 600K square feet of warehouse space in the Kansas City area. Interested in another market? Let us know as we are looking to expand our footprint.
Our 270K sq. ft. Edgerton warehouse is located in Logistics Park Kansas City. It is less than a mile from the BNSF intermodal facility and within an overweight corridor.

Our 300K sq. ft. Kansas City warehouse is located in the Blue River Commerce Center and has immediate access to I-435 and Highway 71.

Recent Blog Posts

Company News

Beyond Warehousing Opens Second Kansas City Warehouse

Beyond Warehousing Expands Business in Kansas City Metro Kansas City Missouri: On July 1st, Beyond Warehousing, a full-service 3PL warehouse, opened its second building. The new facility is in South Kansas City and part of the Blue River Commerce Center.“In just three years, Beyond Warehousing

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Overflow Storage Warehouse

Managing Warehouse Overflow with Third-Party (3PL) Warehousing

Recent supply chain disruptions including retailers canceling bulk orders, redirecting of shipments among U.S. ocean ports, and record-low warehouse vacancy rates have left many companies holding on to excess inventory. Retailers are responding by offering discounts to help lower inventory levels, but is this the

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