ARCT Transport, whose new HQ was selected because of its proximity to the new M74 corridor, offers road haulage, courier and flat-pack assembly services for clients in the retail and healthcare sectors.
The company, which operates a fleet of 30 vehicles, has seen employee numbers grow from two to 50 since it was founded by Andrew Ramsay and Craig Taggart ten years ago.
It is gearing up to enter a new growth phase with the launch of a new website that will allow clients to make orders, monitor their progress, and highlight the full range of services ARCT provides.
Operations director Frank Watters, who joined the business when ARCT acquired Response Couriers four years ago, said the company's move to Rutherglen and investment in IT comes as its financial position goes "from strength to strength".
Citing figures that suggest internet-based ordering will be worth £5 billion to the road haulage industry over the next three to five years, he said the new website can take the company "to the next level".
Mr Watters noted that ARCT already makes 100 deliveries to customers around Central Scotland every day and said the changes it was making illustrated how the road haulage sector had changed in recent years.
The facilities now offered by ARCT include a "white glove" service that sees joinery teams from the logistics company assemble flat-pack furniture such as bookcases and beds as part of order fulfilment. Mr Watters said the service, which costs "a few extra pounds", was a growing part of the business.
He explained: "The transport industry used to be about the white man van. Like any business, we have had to evolve. Customers now want the full range of services, from picking up products to delivery and flat-pack [furniture] assembly."
The latest annual return for ARCT at Companies House shows Craig Taggart and Andrew Ramsay are the two biggest shareholders, with each holding 40 ordinary shares. Mr Watters is the other shareholder.