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PCW Ontario Implements New Partnership with Cereal and Snack Company

posted Nov 1, 2012, 4:24 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Jan 26, 2017, 11:52 AM by Connie Anderson ]


ONTARIO, CALIF., November 1, 2012 — Pacific Coast Warehouse Company is proud to announce a new partnership in the supply chain for a global producer of natural grain cereals and snacks. Even during the busiest time of the year in preparation for the holidays, PCW did not shy away from implementation. 

After months at the drawing board and the negotiating table, PCW is again proving to provide scalable viable solutions to companies with global reach. With product going to big box grocery retailers and smaller regional specialty stores PCW’s experience of shipping to both was indeed an advantage over the competition.     
“Food Grade, check. FDA registered, check. System capabilities and experience, check.  Whether you are importing/exporting 50 ocean containers per year or per week, we are confident we can provide a quality solution. By providing shared and dedicated solutions it’s the nature of what we do. Our track record shows our success across multiple verticals going to all types of consignees. Whether DTS (Direct to Store) or DTC (Direct to Consumer) you name the consignee and how it’s shipping, we are confident in getting the job done. This new partnership is just a testament to how versatile we are.”     
– Jim Marcoly, President, PCW

In 85 years of service PCW has become one of the finest 3rd party logistics (3PL) 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 (VAS) are required for effective supply chain management.  PCW strives to not only be a service provider but a partner. PCW currently operates strategically located 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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