Posts Tagged: History

Logistics Plus Celebrates 24th Anniversary

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Happy Birthday, Logistics Plus! Today is officially our 24th anniversary. We are now entering our 25th year of business! Congratulations to our founder and first employee, Jim Berlin! 🎂🥂🎈  If you’re feeling nostalgic, we invite you to read some history articles about the company or re-watch our 20th Anniversary Video.  

History: Logistics Plus and our challenges after 9/11

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Everyone remembers what they were doing 16 years ago, today, and most everyone has a story of what happened to them on Tuesday, September 11th 2001, and in the days following.  Luckily, everyone working for Logistics Plus at the time was safe that day.  However, the events of 9/11 did end up having a huge… Read more »

History: Erie Union Station in 2003

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Hello All, I think you’ll get a kick out of this (especially in light of our recent 20th anniversary milestone). Thanks to Debbie Bigelow we have some cool archival video of when we bought Union Station. See what it looked like when we bought it! Funny, people say how “visionary” we were to do this…. Read more »

15 Entrepreneurs Explain Their Business Name

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The bloggers at CEO Blog Nation recently posed the question “How did you come up with your business name?” to a number of successful entrepreneurs. Logistics Plus founder and CEO, Jim Berlin, was included in the article. Jim’s contribution, and the complete article, can be found on the Hearpreneur website by clicking the image below.

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 »

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).

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 »

History: Union Station gets new life

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As we celebrate our 20th year of business, we continue our walk down memory lane by sharing the following Erie Times-News newspaper clipping from December 3, 2003. This article was a follow-up to the formal announcement on October 31 that same year. It details the formal ceremony – held exactly 76 years after the building was… Read more »

History: Local Firm Buys Union Station

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As we celebrate our 20th year of business, we continue our walk down memory lane by sharing the following Erie Times-News newspaper clipping from October 31, 2003. The article is a nice complement to the Great American Stations case study we shared on Wednesday because it covers the announcement of when Logistics Plus purchased an old, vacant train station in downtown… Read more »

Great American Stations Case Study | Erie Union Station

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Logistics Plus (LP) was contacted recently by the Great American Stations Project to prepare a case study on how Erie Union Station was converted for commercial use.  Amtrak® established the Great American Stations Project in 2006 to educate communities on the benefits of redeveloping train stations, offer tools to community leaders to preserve their stations, and… Read more »