Monroe Township, NJ – Port Jersey Logistics (PJL), a full-service third-party logistics provider of warehousing, transportation and value-added solutions, once again ranks among Food Logistics’ list of “Top 100 Third-party Logistics and Cold Storage Providers.”
Food Logistics acknowledges Port Jersey Logistics’ capability as a turnkey operations provider. PJL’s wide scope of services include freight management, product packaging, repacking, heat-shrink wrapping, labeling and ticketing, product return services, creation of point-of-purchase displays, container drayage and fulfillment services.
This honor recognized PJL’s state-of-the-art systems and facilities which meet a broad range of supply chain and logistics requirements. Each of Port Jersey’s storage facilities are certified food-grade, AIB approved, Organic Certified, and FDA registered.
The “100 3PL and Cold Storage Providers” is a listing of third-party logistics and cold storage providers that are helping food, beverage and CPG companies gain a competitive logistical advantage. The list helps address the needs of food companies of varying sizes by calling attention to top service providers. The list is compiled by the magazine’s editorial staff after grading nomination forms from end users and solution providers.
In addition to food products, Port Jersey Logistics is equipped to handle a complete spectrum of products including health and personal care products, grocery, consumer packaged goods, alcoholic beverages, electronics, ingredients and raw materials.
“From small local producers to global food manufacturers, our customers each have a unique set of storage requirements, so it is very important that we keep up with the latest trends and technologies in transportation and warehouse management systems. We are very proud that Food Logistics repeatedly recognizes Port Jersey Logistics’ supply chain capabilities,” said Robert Russo, President of Port Jersey Logistics.
“Assuring a safe and secure global food supply chain is paramount. In addition, reducing food waste, managing fuel and energy costs, and responding to new demands related to omni-channel retailing are just some of the expectations the food industry has of their 3PL and cold storage providers,” noted Lara L. Sowinski, Editor-in-Chief at Food Logistics.