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Exel Logistics Changes Corporate Identity Columbus OH-based Exel Logistics has announced that it will trade in the future simply as "Exel." According to Gerry Murphy, the firm's chief executive officer, "Our customers now look to Exel for supply chain solutions way beyond the traditional "logistics" areas of warehousing and transportation."

To mark the change, a new corporate identity will be phased in over the next two years.

CSI Adds Facility to Distribution Network CS Integrated LLC (CSI) headquartered in Liberty Corner NJ, has added a Tracy CA site to the company's national facilities and distribution network.

This facility, the former United Grocers Retail Distribution center, has a 1.8 million cubic foot freezer, and a 1.6 million cubic foot cooler-both of which are convertible. This fully racked location also features 60-ft refrigerated docks, 33 truck doors, a 20,000-sq-ft truck shop, and fuel tanks and parking for 75-plus tractors and more than 60 trailers. With RF technology in place, the Tracy facility complements other CSI locations in Northern California including Modesto, Stockton, and Salinas. It will also be integrated into the transportation programs CSI has in place serving the 13 western states from its facilities throughout northern California and distribution centers in Brea, LaHabra, Santa Fe Springs, Norwalk, and Anaheim.

Further information on this facility, located at 800 East Pescadero Avenue in Tracy, can be obtained by phoning 209-836-2748.

AmeriCold Gets Awardfrom Rich Products AmeriCold Logistics recently received the Crystal Buffalo Award and plaque from Rich Products Corp. AmeriCold's Ontario CA distribution center received the award during Rich Product's first Distribution Center Convention at the Rich Renaissance Niagara in Buffalo NY.

AmeriCold was chosen the best among Rich's third-party service providers for outstanding customer service, warehouse performance measurements, controlling warehousing and freight costs, overall corporate support, technological abilities, and Internet capabilities.

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