Port Jersey Logistics offers six decades of experience with state-of-the-art systems and facilities to meet a broad range of logistics requirements. We are equipped to handle a wide array of products including consumer-packaged goods, specialty foods, food ingredients, health and personal care products, and alcoholic beverages.
All Port Jersey locations are certified food-grade, AIB approved and organic certified, as well as FDA registered. Each location is also licensed by the NJ Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control. Beyond warehousing and transportation, Port Jersey provides added value by developing logistics solutions tailored to the needs of our clients – and our clients’ clients. Our broad range of options exceeds expectations by integrating product packaging and kitting projects, shrink wrapping, ink jet printing, labeling and ticketing, product return services, specialty fulfillment, shipper display assembly, online tracking and vendor compliance initiatives.
Our history: 60 years of integrated logistics services
Our story dates back to 1954, the year Bob Russo purchased his first truck in Jersey City, NJ and operated as a pickup and delivery carrier serving the grocery industry in the greater NY and NJ market. In the late 1960’s, partnering with Tony Becker, a friend he met while working side – by – side in a New Jersey National Guard truck depot brought them into the Public Warehousing business as well.
Their hard work and perseverance quickly earned a reputation for reliability and professionalism, and built the company that would become Port Jersey Logistics. Today, more than a half-century later, the organization founded on this reputation remains committed to constantly growing and adapting with the times and exceeding the evolving needs of their customers.
In 2004, Rob Russo, Bob’s son, became president and, along with his team, continues in the entrepreneurial tradition of our founders – challenging the status quo and creating value added solutions that make sense and bring value to our clients’ supply chains.