RLS News

2011-01-01

RLS Logistics Offers Logistics Centers Within Miles of Two New Economic Development Projects

RLS Logistics has two logistics centers strategically located within miles of 2 new economic development projects targeting Northeast food processors. "We are pleased with the progress of these economic development projects," says Kevin McVey, Vice President, Corporate Sales for RLS Logistics. "Our full service logistics center locations allow food processors and manufacturers the ability to maintain their quality and service more cost effectively, with easy access to warehousing, transportation, distribution and packaging services. Our proximity allows us to provide service and turnaround times that can't be matched," he concluded.

The RLS Newfield Logistics Center is located just 3 miles from the new Route Forty Food Center, a 50-acre site located in Franklin Township, Gloucester County, NJ. The Route Forty Food Center is within easy access of Rt. 55 and the Atlantic City Expressway, and has been zoned for light manufacturing with permitted uses for food and associated industries.

The RLS Pittston Logistics Center is located less than 2 miles from the new Center Point Commerce & Trade Park West located in Pittston Township, Luzerne County, PA. This 1800-acre site is less than one mile from Exit 175 of Interstate 81 and Exit 115 of Interstate I-476. New York, Philadelphia and Harrisburg are approximately 2 hours away. Rail is available.