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Pacific Coast Warehouse Company Finishes 2011 with a Push in Value Added Services

posted Feb 9, 2012, 3:46 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Jan 26, 2017, 11:15 AM by Connie Anderson ]


ONTARIO, CALIF., February 1, 2012 — Pacific Coast Warehouse Company, often referred to as PCW or PCWC, finished 2011 with large and successful pushes in value added services (VAS) for many of it’s customers.  With heavy holiday and Black Friday volumes PCW was asked to help ensure all products were ready and in time for the holidays and PCW answered the call.

A couple of highlights of the busy and successful 2011 holiday season:

·        Over 100,000 units shipped for E-Commerce / E-Fulfillment for both B2B and B2C in the final weeks of 2011 alone

·        140 forty-foot ocean containers of goods re-worked and re-ticketed due to a last minute supply issue in customer’s production overseas 

·        Over 43,000 units sorted and re-packed for a project that is now scheduled quarterly to help a customer with seasonal items

 “Our marketplace is ever evolving and as a 3PL provider, we must be able to provide flexible solutions and react quickly for our customers. Often times those solutions are value added services needed in a crunch to get products to the market. These solutions are one of the many ways PCW strives to be not just a provider but a partner.”

– Jim Marcoly, President PCW

PCW dates back more than 85 years and has clearly become one of the finest 3rd party logistics organizations in the Western United States by operating as an extension of their customers and focusing on service. PCW is a privately-owned company who understands that quality service, flexibility, technology, and value added services are required for effective supply chain management.  PCW currently operates multiple facilities in Southern and Northern California distributing goods ranging from food & beverages, apparel & footwear, electronics, beer wine & spirits, house wares, sporting goods to hazardous chemicals & industrial materials depending on the facility.    


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