June 22, 2020 – American Journal of Transportation – Temperature-controlled logistics in the United States is an industry in which supply and demand are very tightly connected. The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has tested the resiliency of that industry’s capabilities, as consumers hoarded goods, especially food, creating gaps in their flows to retailers. ECW CEO Jamie Overley weighs in.
May 25, 2020 – Journal of Commerce – ECW CEO Jamie Overley talked about what he is seeing in the Philadelphia market in the Journal of Commerce’s special edition on the Philadelphia port.
April 10, 2020 – Journal of Commerce – ECW CEO Jamie Overley spoke with the JOC’s Hugh Morley about warehousing expectations as cargo from China increases over the coming weeks.
December 3, 2019 – AJOT.com– To further enhance its robust sustainability program, East Coast Warehouse & Distribution 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.
October 3, 2019 – Inbound Logistics– Inbound 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.
September 16, 2019 – DCVelocity.com– Unique professional education learning experience opportunity to solidify East Coast Warehouse’s position in this area.
September 16, 2019 – AJOT.com– In an effort to expand its client-centric approach, executives from East Coast Warehouse & Distribution, will be attending Rutgers University’s Customer Experience Certificate program in New Brunswick, NJ this week.
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.
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.
May 27, 2019 – Journal of Commerce – With a history spanning three centuries, it’s difficult to single out any one event as being pivotal in the development of Philadelphia as a maritime commerce hub, though the 2011 formation of Ship Philly First has been a primary driver in the port’s more recent successes. East Coast Warehouse CEO Jamie Overley spoke with JOC’s John Powers about how the company is growing its presence on the Philly Port and helping to shape its future.