Refining the Philadelphia Advantage

May 28, 2018 – Journal of Commerce – From fruits to vegetables and meat to cocoa beans, when it comes to feeding the nation’s heartland and population centers, Philadelphia has long been the preferred port for perishables. The Philadelphia port, however, is working hard to become a world-class multiport, with new service, marketing and infrastructure initiatives. ECW CEO Jamie Overley discusses these capital improvements and what they mean for PhilaPort with the JOC’s John Powers.

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Reinventing Your Warehouse or DC

May 17, 2018 – Inbound Logistics – Warehouse improvements in layout and organization, docking, picking and receiving, fulfillment, and packaging can boost your bottom line and improve customer satisfaction. East Coast Warehouse CEO Jamie Overley spoke with Karen Kroll of Inbound Logistics about how to boost warehouse efficiencies.

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East Coast Warehouse expands its Jersey City facility

December 19, 2017 – AJOT.com – East Coast Warehouse & Distribution announced it has expanded its Jersey City, NJ facility by adding 200,000 square feet of warehousing space, including the addition of a temperature-controlled and ambient area. The expansion comes in response to an increase both in customer demand and in the amount of inventory moving through both the Jersey City facility and its Port of New York/New Jersey headquarters in Elizabeth, NJ.

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Adherence to SQF Requirements Crucial to Supply Chain Integrity

October 16, 2017 – FoodLogistics.com – While federal requirements do not mandate compliance with SQF guidelines, certification in this area sends a signal to manufacturers that logistics providers are adhering to the highest standards by which food is stored, handled and transported. CEO Jamie Overley discusses why the repercussions of failure to comply with SQF can be felt throughout the supply chain.

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NY-NJ port considers options after chassis pool collapse

October 3, 2017 – Journal of Commerce – As mega-ships increasingly call the Port of New York and New Jersey, the top East Coast gateway is picking through the options on how to ensure the smooth delivery and pickup of chassis after a seemingly done deal to create a chassis pool collapsed in July. East Coast Warehouse CEO Jamie Overley spoke with the Journal of Commerce’s Hugh Morley.

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