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Welcome to Last Mile Logistics

Full logistics & freight management provider for the state of Oklahoma

Full logistics & freight management provider for the state of Oklahoma

About Oklahoma

Oklahoma belongs to the South Central region of the country. Its privileged location makes the state an essential passageway for trade along the Upland South and entering the Midwest. Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, New Mexico, and Colorado border Oklahoma. Oklahoma is also the 20th most extensive and the 28th most populous state in the nation. Its residents are known as Oklahomans or locally as “Okies.” Its capital and largest city are Oklahoma City.

The state is a significant producer of oil, natural gas, and agricultural products. In addition, Oklahoma relies heavily on an economy based on aviation, energy, telecommunications, and biotechnology. Tulsa and Oklahoma City serve as the state’s principal economic anchors, with almost two-thirds of Oklahomans living within these metropolitan areas.

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Key Industries

Key Industries

in Oklahoma

Oklahoma’s economy is not as balanced as those of other states. In the past, there has been an over-dependence on the agriculture and petroleum industries. Still, the efforts of state governments and local administrations to attract new initiatives such as tourism have shown some success. The thriving primary sectors are:

  • Food processing

  • Raw materials

  • Fuel

  • Electronics and communications equipment

  • Transportation and logistics

Interesting statistics about Oklahoma shipment

Interesting statistics about Oklahoma shipment

  • 18 million tons of coal are transported within Oklahoma every year.

  • 87% of all the freight within Oklahoma is moved by truck.

  • Oklahoma holds over 30,000 lane miles of roads.

  • 30 million tons of refined petroleum products are shipped out of the state annually.
  • 1.3 billion dollars in goods are transported every year in or out of Oklahoma.

Facts about freight services in Oklahoma

Facts about freight services in Oklahoma

  • 79 million tons of freight are brought into Oklahoma each year.

  • 99 million tons of cargo are shipped out of Oklahoma yearly.

  • Over 512 million tons of cargo are transported through Oklahoma each year.

  • Texas is the most crucial Oklahoma trading partner.

  • 90% of the shipments originated in Oklahoma have a domestic destination.

Does your business need freight services?
Does your business need freight services?

Oklahoma holds crucial importance in the country’s central region transportation network. Many industries could benefit from an efficient, strong, and confident transportation partner, such as aviation, agriculture, energy, chemicals, electronics, telecommunications, and biotechnology.

What services do we provide in this area?
What services do we provide in this area?

At Last Mile Logistics, we deliver a wide range of freight services that will help your business to grow. From expedited shipping to white glove services, we will be your logistics partners along the road.

Superior results through technology

One the greatest challenges today is sourcing capacity that fluctuates with demand in the marketplace. As an intermediary, we carefully consider the qualifications of the truck equipment operators we contract with to service our shipper clients’ needs.

LAST MILE LOGISTICS logisticians rely on their experience and use of proprietary technology to manage and move every shipment. And because shipper clients require a practical risk management approach to doing business, LAST MILE LOGISTICS is one of few brokers that has Primary Truck Broker Liability Insurance ($2 Million policy).

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Affiliations & memberships

Affiliations & memberships

We maintain strategic partnerships with like-minded organizations that help improve safety, efficiency, and value for the customer.

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