The Jacksonville, Florida distribution center is started to process and ship orders to all East Coast locations. We are open 7 am - 5 pm Monday - Friday Eastern Standard Time.
The new Jacksonville distribution center will serve major metropolitan areas along the East Coast, including Florida, South and North Carolina, Texas, Louisiana, Maryland, Washington D. C., and New York. The area is seeing notable growth both regarding conventional green surfaces alternatives and artificial grass popularity.
The strategical move to our new location in Jacksonville, Florida enables urgent delivery times to states along the East Coast and adds the flexibility to cater for projects of any size and style. We look forward to welcoming constructors, landscapers, landscape architects, and designers to our new East Coast facility.
Global Syn-Turf development team formed infrastructure integrations between fulfillment centers across the United States and numerous core tools like customer relationship management system, transportation, business intelligence, forecasting and inventory management.
Global Syn-Turf East Coast warehouse offers an ideal location to serve our clients in the artificial grass industry. The ability to deliver synthetic grass products quickly, infills and accessories and accurately is a pre-requisite for distributors, but when you add Global Syn-Turf's logistics and integration expertise into the picture, it brings a competitive advantage.
Artificial Grass Warehouse location:
13291 Vantage Way Suite 100,
Jacksonville, FL 32218
Open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5.30 pm Eastern Standard Time. Customer service hours Monday - Friday: 9:30 am - 9:30 pm, and Saturday: 10:00 am-6:00 pm.
Jacksonville is the largest city in U.S. states of Florida with a population of 836,507 per 747.0 square miles of land. The city was named after Andrew Jackson, the first governor in the territory of the Florida and seventh President of the United States. Jacksonville is the largest deepwater port in the south and the second largest on the U.S. east coast. Majority on jobs in the Jacksonville area rely on the port, and it’s also a major cruise ship stop. The city has one of the largest U.S. Navy military presences in the country. However, there is more to Jacksonville life than military bases and the port, the city is famous for its beautiful beaches, music, culture and sport.
There’s a reason the city is attracting a lot of tourism, the PGA Tour and World Golf Hall of Fame are headquartered here. Jacksonville city claims to have the world-class golf courses for every level of play in beautiful oceanside and riverfront settings. Jacksonville’s arts and cultural community shine bright with gorgeous boutique galleries, performing art galore and educational museums. Experience a unique blend of live music, festivals, art events, and shows. Kids of all ages will love to stretch their imagination, explore the outdoors and most of all to spend time with family. All day long to sundown, the city is always full of activities that families can enjoy. With over 80,000 acres of park space of locations, Jacksonville is a dream place for those that like parks and open space. When the sun is up high with temperatures that make your blood boil, and you crave for some shade, four great parks to keep in mind are Clark House Park, Sunshine Playground, Landon Park, and South Beach Park.
Jacksonville draws a lot of people because of its growing industry across several sectors and the beautiful year-round weather. However, Jacksonville has a cost of living lower than the national average and a crime rate lower than many of the other metropolitan areas in Florida. The elevation in this cost is due to public transportation being less developed than in many other large cities. Jacksonville has fairly high unemployment rates in recent years, but it has begun to trickle down. Jobs in Jacksonville can be found in a number of industries. Many jobs are come from the U.S. Military. Different ethnic groups have shaped the city and continue to influence life in Jacksonville, cultures from the native Timucuan Indians and early European colonists to the cultural contributions of Hispanic and African-Americans.
It would seem that every homeowner in Jacksonville city has one thing in common – with a brutal summer with mild winters and continuous activities in the city, it is hard to enjoy a day off on your home yards. Unfortunately, having a top designed patio with well-groomed yard space is often ridiculously expensive. The good news that a company like Global Syn-Turf, who are a wholesalers and suppliers, can solve many problems those deal with dried lawns. By replacing your dried grass with artificial turf will not only help to reduce water usage and save on your bills, but you can enjoy the relaxing day that many residents want to.