Seaboard Warehouse Terminals, a history of public warehousing for more than 60 years.
Sam Blank founded National Brands which became the world’s largest Anheuser Busch distributor and Florida’s largest institutional wholesale grocer.
Seaboard was born when Libby, McNeil & Libby (Libby brand products) was searching for a warehouse operator to handle all of their inventory needs and Sam Blank agreed to get into public warehousing and flourished with the help of his son, Jerry Blank.
Under the guidance of Sam’s grandson, Andy Blank, Seaboard expanded tremendously and continued the momentum of growth by adding warehouse operations in Ft. Lauderdale (1986), Tampa (1987), Atlanta (1996) and Chicago (2002).
Spanning sixty years and three generations, Sam Blank’s vision continues to shine, fostering a new generation of third-party logistics professionals who are all committed to the same business values on which the company was founded.
Seaboard Warehouse Terminals continues to provide unparalleled service in the warehousing, distribution and transportation industry.
Community Involvement and Support
The family ownership of Seaboard Warehouse Terminals believes in supporting the communities where they do business. Through the Blank Family Foundation, they provide ongoing support to a diverse group of community support organizations. Community outreach includes both charitable contributions and active participation.