Food Logistics announces Port Jersey as a Top 100 Cold Storage Provider for 2017!

Cold chain compliance is critical in today’s marketplace for food product warehousing and distribution, especially for farm to table freshness and food safety. Port Jersey Logistics (www.portjersey.com) is pleased to be named one of the Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers of 2017.

Food Logistics (www.FoodLogistics.com) – the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global food supply chain congratulates Port Jersey Logistics on being named to the 2017 Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers, an annual award that serves as a resource guide of third-party logistics and cold storage providers whose products and services are critical for companies in the global food and beverage supply chain.

“The global food supply chain is faced with unprecedented challenges, from consolidation and M&A in the grocery sector to the impact of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), among others,” remarked Lara L. Sowinski, editorial director, Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive, “Companies that earned a spot on Food Logistics’ 2017 Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers list are critical to supporting the agricultural community, importers/exporters, food manufacturers, grocery retailers, foodservice distributors and others that depend on them to support the growing complexities of the global food supply chain.”

Per Rob Russo, President and CEO of Port Jersey Logistics, he is “proud to have service the food, beverage and cold chain industries for years. Port Jersey is continuously investing in our people and systems, to meet the ever-changing supply chain demands of our cold chain customers. We are honored that Food Logistics has recognized our dedication to the global food supply chain again!”

You can see the full article and list at:

http://www.foodlogistics.com/article/12353658/food-logistics-2017-top-3pl-cold-storage-providers

http://media.cygnus.com/files/base/FL/document/2017/08/3PL_Awards_Chart.pdf

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