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Managing Warehousing Requirements During Peak Periods
Press Release
April 2016
Peak season is an annual challenge for most of the stakeholders in our industry. Capacity CSO and co-founder Thom Campbell spoke to Inside Logistics on this issue and how to handle the test of surge warehousing in a dynamic supply chain environment. Managing peak period shipment volume is a structural challenge in the U.S. economy. Those preoccupied with executing order fulfillment services spend much of the year thinking about and planning for it. The surge is a three-…
Transportation & Infrastructure Magazine
Press Release
August 2014
CAPACITY FOR SERVICE Capacity LLC has grown into a leading mid-sized provider of warehousing and third-party order fulfillment services for domestic and international clients. Long gone are the days when warehousing and third-party order fulfillment companies could rely solely on labor, square footage and transportation to meet their clients' needs. Capacity LLC continues to adapt as its clients have, and today the company offers a suite of services that help its customers grow in a…
Interview With Thom Campbell
Future Of Supply Chain Blog
July 2014
IT’S NICE TO SPEAK WITH YOU TODAY, THOM, AND TODAY I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING YOUR VIEWS SPECIFICALLY ABOUT PASSION AND HAVING A PASSION FOR YOUR CLIENTS’ BUSINESS, ESPECIALLY IN THE SERVICE INDUSTRY. CAN YOU START BY PROVIDING A BACKGROUND AND MAYBE A SHORT STORY ABOUT YOURSELF? Sure. Thanks, very much, Dustin, and thanks for the opportunity to speak with you. My background prior to going into supply chain and logistics in the past 15…
North Brunswick Sentinel Business Influx
Press Release
March 2011
BUSINESS INFLUX STRENGTHENS ECONOMY IN NORTH BRUNSWICK With the relocation of Church & Dwight Co. out of state, and the closing of Pathmark and A.J. Wright due to corporate reasons, there are quite a few vacant buildings and "for lease" signs throughout town. However, Michael Hritz, director of the North Brunswick Department of Community Development, said that in many cases, those landlords are still collecting rent from the previous owner, which he said maintains tax…
Silly String Is Shipped Off To Iraq
Press Release
October 2007
DEPTFORD TOWNSHIP, N.J., Oct. 15 (AP) - Marcelle Shriver already had the party favors - about 80,000 cans of Silly String. Now, she finally has cause to celebrate. After months of frustration, Ms. Shriver has found someone who will ship her Silly String to Iraq, where troops use it to detect trip wires on bombs. They spray it 10 to 12 feet out and see if the string lands on the ground or hangs on…