East Coast Warehouse Expands its Solar Panel Array, Generating Clean, Renewable Energy & Creating Significant Environmental Benefits

ELIZABETH, NJDecember 3, 2019 – To further enhance its robust sustainability program, East Coast Warehouse & Distribution, a leading temperature-controlled logistics provider to the food and beverage industry located on the Port of New York/New Jersey and in Philadelphia, has expanded its on-site clean renewable energy generation capabilities with the addition of 4,950 high-efficiency solar modules and top of the line inverters at its company headquarters. The solar modules are expected to have a first-year targeted output of 2,009,247 kWH of clean, renewable energy, which will create significant environmental benefits.

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Inbound Logistics Top 100 Truckers 2019

October 3, 2019 – Inbound LogisticsInbound Logistics’ annual Top 100 Truckers directory offers an in-depth review of carriers that match shippers’ diverse and demanding needs. Safeway Trucking was included in the 2019 list.

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East Coast Warehouse Executives to Attend Rutgers University’s Customer Experience Certificate Program

ELIZABETH, NJSeptember 16, 2019 – In an effort to expand its client-centric approach, executives from East Coast Warehouse & Distribution, a leading temperature-controlled logistics provider to the food and beverage industry located on the Port of New York/New Jersey and in Philadelphia, will be attending Rutgers University’s Customer Experience Certificate program in New Brunswick, NJ this week.

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Supply Chain Sweeteners

September 2019 – BOSS Magazine – Finding the right supply chain partner can ultimately determine a manufacturer’s success or failure. This profile piece highlights how niche player East Coast Warehouse delivers the goods every time.

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Get ’em while they’re cold!

June 2019 – Freight Business Journal North America – Ports and their business partners on three coasts are gearing up for intensified competition over the growing and lucrative markets for imported food and other perishable products. ECW CEO Jamie Overley spoke with Harrison Donnelly about increased competition and changes in infrastructure.

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