Posts Tagged: Union Station

Slide Show of June 2019 Union Station Photographs

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Check out this slide show from the Logistics Plus (LP) Flickr page with new photographs, taken by Rob Frank Photography, showcasing a couple of our NTL tractors and the LP trailer in front of Union Station. These photos are still raw and hot-off-the-press (some touch-up work still needs to be done), but we we’re excited… Read more »

Erie’s Union Station marks 90th year via Erie Times-News article

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Many thanks to Jim Martin and the editors of Erie Times-News for recognizing that this Erie landmark’s milestone is worthy of a feature article. When Erie’s historic Union Station reaches the century mark in another ten years, may it be healthy and strong, well into years of 100% utilization, and confidently on its way toward its 200th… Read more »

Union Station Celebrates Its 90th Birthday December 3rd


Through its partnership with Erie Times-News and, Logistics Plus is being featured in multiple issues of the publisher’s Lake Erie Lifestyles magazine. The first segment appeared in the August 2017 issue and discussed how Logistics Plus attracts and retains young talent within the Erie community. The second segment appeared in the September 2017 issue and highlighted how Logistics Plus supports #MyErie. The new,… Read more »

Governor Tom Wolf Visits Logistics Plus in Erie at Union Station

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Earlier today, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf visited Logistics Plus to meet with employees and view the company’s plans for the expansion of its global headquarters at the historic Union Station in the City of Erie. Erie County Executive, Kathy Dahlkemper, and other local officials were also on hand. “It’s exciting to be in Erie touring another… Read more »

Logistics Plus Plans to Expand – Erie News Now Coverage


This is a nice television segment from Erie News Now last night regarding our recent expansion announcement. Click the image below to watch a video replay of the news segment. Additional news coverage by Erie Times-News can be viewed here: Additional news coverage by can be viewed here: Additional news coverage by Transport… Read more »

History: Erie Union Station in 2003


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 »

Logistics Plus News Updates on WP$E Radio

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WP$E Radio continues to air short Logistics Plus interview audio clips as part of its business programming. WP$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 Behrend, under the direction of professional broadcast staff. In… Read more »

Union Station designated a feature article on Wikipedia


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 »

Great American Stations Case Study | Erie Union Station


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 »

Union Station Flags and History


With the arrival of spring, Logistics Plus raised the flags on top of its Union Station Global Headquarters last week. This continues an annual tradition in which nearly 50 different flags are posted along Union Station’s parapet, each showcasing an employee of the company or country where it does business; and showing everyone that Erie is intimately connected to the global… Read more »