Posts Tagged: Logistics

Thoughts on What Makes a Good Logistics Provider

LP Global Logistics 04-28-20

There’s an article we saw posted last week on the Global Trade magazine website entitled “What Makes a Good Logistics Provider?” written by Chris Hale, the Founder & CEO of Kountable, Inc. Mr. Hale’s company operates a platform that vets trade service providers, constructs deals and manages trade execution for a large volume of trades… Read more »

What it means to be A 21st Century Logistics Company


Yesterday we announced that Logistics Plus is being profiled in the Inbound Logistics 2021 Logistics Planner.  The profile and accompanying advertisement introduced our newest descriptor … A 21st Century Logistics Company ™.  So what does it mean to be a 21st-century logistics company? First and foremost, it means that Logistics Plus is a reliable partner… Read more »

Logistics Plus Profiled in the Inbound Logistics 2021 Logistics Planner


Logistics Plus has been profiled as a top third-party logistics (3PL) company by Inbound Logistics for its 2021 Logistics Planner. In its 29th year of publication, the recognized industry planner helps companies find the right technology solutions and transportation and logistics partners to drive supply chain efficiency. With both print and digital editions, the annual… Read more »

A 21st Century Project Cargo Management Company

As a 21st Century Logistics Company™, Logistics Plus has built a worldwide reputation over the past 25 years as a safe, reliable partner for heavy-lift, break bulk, and project cargo logistics.  It’s just one of our many supply chain specialties.  So, we are again showcasing our project cargo expertise in the January-February 2021 issue of… Read more »

Logistics Plus featured in the January 2021 Business Magazine


Logistics Plus is being featured with a cover story in the January 2021 edition of Business Magazine, a monthly publication of the Manufacturer & Business Association (MBA). Business Magazine covers the most compelling human resource, legal and legislative issues facing employers today. As the only monthly business-to-business publication in the tri-state region, the Business Magazine serves as… Read more »

Supply Chain And Logistics Trends To Look For In 2021

If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that the future is always uncertain. The global pandemic that shook the world has altered and disrupted the logistics and supply chain industry for years to come. Companies have an increased urgency to fill the gaps in their supply chain that the pandemic exposed. To prepare for 2021, we… Read more »

We put the PLUS in LOGISTICS!


“I wanted to create a company where people have a passion for excellence. Any logistics company can coordinate deliveries from point A to point B, but I wanted a company where people GAS (give a sh–) by going above and beyond what is expected. That’s how I arrived at the company name Logistics Plus –… Read more »

The Logistics Behind The Super Bowl Halftime Show

The average Super Bowl halftime show only lasts around 13 minutes, but the multi-million dollar production takes months of extreme planning and coordination with thousands of people working behind the scenes. As one of the world’s most viewed performances, the show can’t afford a single mistake or disruption. What’s the main challenge? Setting up a… Read more »

Logistics Trends to Watch in 2020

Technology, solutions, and services are constantly evolving in the logistics industry. As the decade comes to a close, it’s amazing to reflect on the ways our industry has changed the past ten years. Competition is heating up, demand is growing, and technology is advancing. Heading into 2020, expect things to be no different with technology… Read more »

Garrett Bowden Speaks At Erie Rise Career Day

Last weekend, Garret Bowden, FF&E Project Manager at Logistics Plus, took a moment to speak at the Erie Rise Leadership Academy for their annual career day.  The charter school is located on the east side of Erie and houses eighteen classrooms from kindergarten through 8th grade. In the morning, Garrett spoke with 2nd through 4th grade… Read more »