World Amenities Inc. Announces East Coast Distribution Center in Atlanta, Georgia

USA, San Diego, California. November 09, 2021

San Diego-based World Amenities Inc., a trusted leading global supplier of quality luxe skincare-based brands and custom amenities, necessities, and accessories, is pleased to announce the opening of its third distribution center in Atlanta, Georgia.

Based in Atlanta, the 40,000 square feet distribution center is ideal for servicing the needs of World Amenities' expanding customer base. From supplying New York City's Manhattan hotels to customers across the South, Eastern seaboard, and the Caribbean, product shipping time is estimated at 48 hours.

Managing Director and Owner Paul Hodge estimates moving between 65M to 75M units from the Atlanta center in its first year. In addition, the location increases World Amenities' ability to service the East Coast-based cruise lines.

World Amenities currently operates two distribution centers in California with 48-72-hour shipping. The San Diego center services its Southern California customers, and the Garden Grove (Orange County) center handles deliveries west of the Rockies.

"When it comes to fast and cost-effective customer service and product delivery, Atlanta was our top choice for our third distribution center," said Paul Hodge. "The city has proven land transportation reliability as well as extensive air cargo capacity-offering regional and global access. We look forward to strengthening our position as a leader in the hospitality and cleaning industry space."

To learn more about World Amenities, Inc. visit

Owner Paul Hodge estimates moving between 65M to 75M units from the 40,000 sq. ft. Atlanta distribution center in its first year.
Tags: expansion, distribution center, hospitality industry amenities

About World Amenities, Inc.

Business Contact:

Paul Hodge
Owner / Managing Director
World Amenities, Inc.
T: +1 323-681-4053
E: [email protected]

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