Storage in a piece of history The origin of Studebaker goes back to 1852 when the Studebaker brothers started their first business, a blacksmith shop, in the heart of South Bend, Indiana. This small, family-run business evolved into the Studebaker Corporation, and in 1900 production of Studebaker automobiles began. The Studebaker Corporation ceased production in 1963, marking the end of an era, closing its doors forever.
Most of the Studebaker facilities throughout the Midwest have been destroyed over the years, but the Studebaker factory building #84 is one of the last of the former production facilities still in existence today. In fact, building #84 has been preserved and refurbished, and is now home to South Bend Warehousing and Distribution LLC.
Perfect Space, Perfect Place
Located 4 miles south of I-80
10 dock doors, 6 drive In doors
Outdoor staging and storage area
South Bend Distribution
Ideal for Northern Indiana, Southwestern Michigan, and Chicago
Records storage, electronic components, windows and doors, and general commodities