Multinational Logistics Company, Lilly & Associates International, Moves Into New Miami Headquarters Location

Jan 3, 2013

DORAL, Fla. —Lilly & Associates International, a multinational transportation and logistics services company headquartered in south Florida, has moved into their new 8,000 square foot headquarter location in Doral, Florida. The company specializes in ocean shipping, domestic trucking, customs brokerage and air freight.

“As many logistics and transportation companies struggle to stay afloat in this economic recession, Lilly & Associates is experiencing double digit financial and personnel growth. We are proud of the resolve that made such a move possible”

“Our company has made a huge impact in the global shipping industry,” said Lilly & Associates International Business Development Manager Nelson R. Cabrera. “We continually push ourselves to offer more services here in Miami and around the globe. Our company’s growth is no coincidence and our new headquarters location is the accomplishment of the hard work and dedication of our employees.”

Lilly & Associates International has doubled its workforce in the past year, allowing for additional in-house services to be offered to its customers including online purchase order and documentation tracking, along with expanded origin and destination services.

The company’s new building, located in the Doral Costa II office park, experienced a complete build-out under the direction of Sheila Muzin, the company’s Chief Financial Officer. The space features a two-story feature stone wall and a state-of-the-art glass staircase. The new building, located at 9655 NW 33rd Street, neighbors the new United States Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) building and the future location of the Miami Herald.

“As many logistics and transportation companies struggle to stay afloat in this economic recession, Lilly & Associates is experiencing double digit financial and personnel growth. We are proud of the resolve that made such a move possible,” said Cabrera.

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