Logistics Plus Inc. was founded in 1996 in Erie, Pennsylvania.
As we celebrate our 20th year of operations, here are some company milestones along the way:
1997 – GETS asked Jim and his staff of five to assist with their newly developed Mexico supplier shipments.
1998 – GETS places some of the Logistics Plus 15 team members in their sourcing offices in the Czech Republic, Poland and Russia.
1999 – Logistics Plus expands to India, China and Indonesia and begins offering services to other customers and other industries.
2003 – Through sustained, organic growth the company reaches 100 employees with offices in twelve countries and over 200 customers. The company also acquires the historic Union Station building in downtown Erie, Pa. where its global headquarters reside today.
2004 – Jim Berlin named a Ernst & Young Regional Entrepreneur of the Year.
2011 – Logistics Plus acquires Horizon Logistics adding additional talent and customers to the company, with locations in Irving, TX, Lexington, NC, and San Francisco, CA.
2014 – Logistics Plus acquires the old Skinner Engine building in downtown Erie, Pa. creating additional warehousing capacity for customers in the region.
2015 – In January, named 2014 Employer of the Year by the DevelopErie regional economic agency; in April, named a Top 50 freight brokerage firm by Transport Topics magazine; and in July, named a 2015 Great Supply Chain Partner by SupplyChainBrain magazine.
2016 – In June, named to the SDCE 100 Top Supply Chain Projects list by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine. In July, the company celebrates its 20th anniversary. Today we have 40 offices in 20 countries, over 400 employees, $135M+ in annual revenue, and over 2,000 very satisfied customers across many industries.
2017 – Logistics Plus® was selected by WeWork®, the leading co-working space provider in the world, to oversee all aspects of its global supply chain, including procurement, warehousing, logistics for all of its new and updated office installations. In June, named to the SDCE 100 Top Supply Chain Projects list by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine for the second consecutive year.