Exciting Announcement:
Beyond Warehousing Joins Smart Warehousing!
We are excited about the opportunities this acquisition brings. With Smart Warehousing’s extensive experience, cutting-edge technology, and commitment to excellence, we are well-positioned to elevate our offerings and provide even greater value to our customers. Visit Smart Warehousing’s website to learn more.
Square Feet of
Storage Space
March 2023
Opening Date

About Logistics Park Kansas City

LPKC is a 3,000-acre development in Edgerton, KS (25 miles SW of Kansas City) that is served by BNSF Railway, a global intermodal transportation leader. LPKC offers domestic and international intermodal service along with direct-rail/carload service. It is also the only full-service facility in the western 66% of the United States. The facility has 443 acres, eight electric cranes, 4,300 container stacking spots, over 1,800 parking spaces, and eight 8,000-foot strip tracks.

Warehouse Specifications

  • 440K Square Feet of Storage Space
  • 32 Dock Doors
  • Immediate Access to Interstate 35
  • Overweight Corridor Access

Services Available at Edgerton Warehouse

  • Short and Long-term Storage
  • Contract Warehousing
  • eCommerce Fulfillment
  • Distribution
  • Retail Fulfillment & Drop Shipping
  • Transloading
  • Overweight Container Receiving
  • Cross Docking
Beyond Warehousing – Edgerton, KS 2
30901 W. 191st St.
Edgerton, KS 66021
(913) 521-4020


If you have any questions about our services or capabilities, please reach out to our team!

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