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Food Logistics Announces Its 2010 Top 85 3PLs

 Leading Business Magazine Presents Annual Listing of Third-Party Logistics Providers

Melville, NY — August 16, 2010 — Food Logistics, the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the food supply chain, this week announced the fifth-annual listing of the Top 85 3PLs in its July/August 2010 issue.

In 2006, Food Logistics announced its first “50” list of third-party logistics providers that were helping food companies optimize their warehousing and transportation operations. Last year, the magazine expanded the list to 70 companies. This year, the magazine added 15 new 3PLs to the list, for a total of 85 companies. These 3PLs offer a broad scope of services and capabilities that enable food companies to reduce costs, increase flexibility and improve service levels.

“Food distribution is a very complex business and 3PLs play a crucial role in the supply chain,” explained Katherine Doherty, editor-in-chief of Food Logistics magazine.

“While most 3PLs have felt the effects of the economic downturn, the Top 85 continue to respond to their customers’ needs and rise to the logistical challenges that today’s food organizations face.

“Our annual list has grown to 85 companies, reflecting the changing and diverse needs of our readers,” said Doherty. “We’ve expanded this list to help our readers find and evaluate 3PL partners that can help them achieve their goals.”

After receiving nomination forms from end users and solution providers, the editorial staff culled through the submissions to compile this year’s Top 85 3PLs listing. Final recipients are featured in the cover story of the July/August issue as well as online at Food Logistics.

The Top 85 3PLs is not a ranking. The alphabetical list has been designed to help FLreaders find the third-party logistics providers to the food industry.

 

 

 
  1. Alliance Shippers

  2. AmeriCold

  3. A.N. Deringer Inc.

  4. Allen Lund Co.

  5. Armada Supply Chain Solutions

  6. ArrowStream Inc.

  7. Aspen Logistics inc.

  8. Atlanta Bonded Warehouse Corp.

  9. Burris Logistics

  10. C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.

  11. Cardinal Logistics Management Corp.

  12. CaseStack

  13. Columbian Logistics Network

  14. Cryo-Trans Inc.

  15. DSC Logistics

  16. Echo Global Logistics Inc.

  17. England Logistics Inc.

  18. Exel/DHL Supply Chain

  19. FAC Logistics

  20. FFE Transportation Services Inc.

  21. FSTR Logistics Inc.

  22. GENCO Supply Chain Solutions

  23. Greatwide Logistics Services

  24. H&M Bay Inc.

  25. Hanover Logistics

  26. Hanson Logistics

  27. Inmar

  28. Jacobson Cos.

  29. Jameson Logistics

  30. Jarrett Logistics Systems Inc.

  31. J.B. Hunt

  32. JTS (Johanson Transportation Service)

  33. Kane Is Able Inc.

  34. Kelron Logistics

  35. Kenco Logistics Services

  36. Keystone Logistics Inc.

  37. Landstar

  38. LeanLogistics Inc.

  39. Lidner Logistics

  40. Matson Integrated Logistics

  41. Menlo Worldwide Logistics

  42. Merchandise Warehouse

  43. Midwest Refrigerated Services

  44. Murphy Warehouse Co.

  45. Network Global Logistics

  46. Next Generation Logistics

  47. ODW Logistics

  48. OHL

  49. Paradigm Logistics

  50. PenserSC

  51. Penske Logistics

  52. Port Jersey Logistics

  53. Prime Distribution Services Inc.

  54. ReTrans

  55. RLS Logistics

  56. RMX Global Logistics

  57. RTL Services Inc.

  58. Ruan

  59. Ryder Supply Chain Solutions

  60. Saddle Creek Corp.

  61. Sataria 3PL

  62. Schneider National

  63. SEKO Worldwide

  64. Sherway Group

  65. Shippers Warehouse Co. Inc.

  66. SnoTemp Cold Storage

  67. Stanford Refrigerated Warehouses Inc.

  68. Strive Logistics LLC

  69. Sunteck Transport Group

  70. The Mullica Hill Group

  71. Total Logistic Control

  72. Total Quality Logistics

  73. Transervice Logistics Inc.

  74. Transplace

  75. United Facilities Inc.

  76. United States Cold Storage

  77. United Warehouse Co.

  78. Vantix

  79. VersaCold Logistics Services

  80. Wagner Industries Inc.

  81. Weber Distribution LLC

  82. Werner Logistics

  83. Wheels Clipper

  84. WOW Logistics

  85. WSI (Warehouse Specialists Inc.)

About Food Logistics

Food Logistics is published by Cygnus Business Media, a leading diversified business-to-business media company. The magazine serves the information needs of food, beverage and consumer packaged goods executives involved in warehousing, transportation and information technology, as well as third-party and refrigerated service providers. Through our print and online products, we provide news, trends and best practices that help more than 25,000 grocery and foodservice suppliers, distributors and retailers make better business decisions. On the web at www.foodlogistics.com.

About Cygnus Business Media
Cygnus Business Media is an internationally-recognized business-to-business media company. Our diverse portfolio serves 15 market categories with print and interactive products, and live events. Through our media, we reach more than 1.7 million print subscribers, nearly 1 million industry professionals via our Custom Marketing services, and we attract almost 2 million unique visitors to our websites monthly. Combined with the thousands of business people attending our live events, Cygnus Business Media can provide you with comprehensive, integrated advertising and marketing programs. Cygnus can help you establish and enhance your brand, increase awareness, generate sales leads and strengthen your customer relationships. For more information on how Cygnus Business Media can help you achieve your advertising and marketing objectives, please contact your Cygnus sales representative, or visit 
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