November 9, 2018
A quick browse around our site is enough to show that the Capacity team is drawn from many different countries and cultures.
However, the topic of diversity and inclusion at Capacity runs deeper than a few pictures, which is one of the reasons we held a panel discussion on the subject earlier this year.
Beyond the broad themes of hiring a diverse workforce and bringing everyone into the fold, we wanted to take the time to explain these ideas in the context of Capacity. Continue reading Diversity & Inclusion: The Capacity Way
August 30, 2016
We’re expanding again…
Yes, we understand that with the company name “Capacity” we have a responsibility to upgrade on a regular basis, but we’re particularly proud of our new space in New Jersey!
Known simply as “C5” around our NJ Fulfillment Campus, the new facility opens up an extra 100,000 square feet of space for our clients, present and future. Continue reading New Fulfillment Space Adds Another 100,000 Square Feet for Capacity Clients
July 19, 2016
Here at Capacity, we’re always excited to showcase the special talents of our clients.
Working in order fulfillment affords us the privilege of handling all kinds of different products. All are precious, of course, but some come with a special sense of purpose attached to them.
That’s how we felt when we were informed of the latest Heidi Daus jewelry design, “Sparkle Strong,” which is dedicated to helping fight child cancer. Continue reading Heidi Daus Designs for a Cancer-Free Generation
July 17, 2016
Have you ever wanted to help out a good cause, only to find your too far away to lend your support?
Frustrating, isn’t it?
You Give Goods, a nonprofit based in our home state of New Jersey, understands this feeling all too well. Continue reading You Give Goods Partners with Capacity to Deliver Simple & Efficient Donations
June 30, 2016
We’ve spent a lot of this month looking at the importance of location in fulfillment.
From alternative ways to leverage location in a digital world to the physical reality of bringing ever-larger vessels through the Panama Canal, it’s clear that where we are and the routes we choose to move cargo through have a direct impact on product availability and customer satisfaction.
Another aspect that cannot be overlooked, but which none of us can fully control, is the ability of the port operators to get goods off ships and onto domestic transport routes. Continue reading US Ports Prioritize Efficiency and Infrastructure to Keep Pace