Posts Tagged: Erie

LP Employees Bowl for Kids’ Sake

Big Brothers Big Sisters

As in past years, Logistics Plus global HQ employees will Bowl for Kids Sake this Friday, April 29, at 8:00 pm. Logistics Plus will have two teams this year, and each needs to raise $250.00, through local pledges, for the community Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. This is a wonderful program. The funds are used to create mentoring opportunities that will… Read more »

More Clips from WP$E Radio

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Logistics Plus media partner, WP$E radio, continues to air short audio clips from Jim Berlin and others within the company as part of their business programming. WP$E AM 1450/FM 107.1 is a commercially licensed radio station serving Erie County, Pennsylvania. The station is owned by the Penn State Board of Trustees, and it is operated by Penn State… Read more »

The Erie Lightway Project

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Just south of 14th Street in Erie, Pennsylvania, the Peach Street railroad underpass is a place of rusty shadows and urban decay displaying years of wear and deterioration in the heart of Erie’s vibrant cultural district. But it doesn’t have to be; it can be a public art asset to pedestrians and passersby alike that improves the… Read more »

Union Station designated a feature article on Wikipedia

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This is pretty cool. We were recently notified by Wikipedia that its article for Union Station (the global headquarters for Logistics Plus) was recently designated a “featured article” by the Wikipedia community (meaning it ranks as one of the best in encyclopedia). Wikipedia is a free encyclopedia, written collaboratively by the people who use it. It is… Read more »

Walk MS April 30, 2016

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Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us. It’s why Walk MS matters so much. And it’s why you matter so much. And it’s why many Logistics Plus employees on the “LPI vs MS Team” will once again be participating in the event. To donate or to join the team, contact Kathy Fiedler at 814.461.7607 or kathy.fiedler@logisticsplus.com… Read more »

History: Erie Builders 2005

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As we celebrate our 20th year of business, we continue our walk down memory lane by sharing the following Times Erie-News newspaper clipping from December 11, 2005. This article profiles one of Erie’s fastest-growing businesses: Logistics Plus, of course (you can click the news clipping below to view a slightly larger image).

CEO speaks at Rotary Club of Erie

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On January 6, 2016, Jim Berlin, founder and CEO of Logistics Plus, was a guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Erie. With some help from our friends at WP$E radio, here is an edited audio replay of that presentation (along with the slides that were shown that day).

History: Logistics Plus Leaps Into Next Step

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As we continue to celebrate our 20th year of business, here’s another walk down memory lane. The following Erie Times-News newspaper clipping is from June 1, 2004. This article was a follow-up to the December 3, 2003 article (on the formal Union Station renovation ceremony), and it documents the company’s first day of business in its new, global… Read more »

GoErie.com profiles new ERI FTZ powered by Logistics Plus

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Erie’s new Foreign Trade Zone aims to boost area business By KARA MURPHY Contributing Writer November 29, 2015 06:19 AM ERIE, Pa. — The warehouse looks like any other. It has concrete floors and high ceilings. It’s chilly. Dust motes circle in slices of sunlight. But this space is unique. In fact, there are only about 230… Read more »

Jim Berlin Receives Social Impact Entrepreneur of the Year Award

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As we announced last month, Jim Berlin/Logistics Plus and LP Linguistic Solutions were both nominated for Disrupt Erie Awards by Innovation Collaborative. Winners were announced Wednesday night at Presque Isle Downs & Casino. As reported by Erie Times-News earlier this morning, the following winners were named: Creative Entrepreneur of the Year: Margo Wolfe and Mark Tanenbaum, Performing Artists’ Collective… Read more »