Jan 9, 2014
Lakeland, Fla. Jan. 9, 2014 (MindShare Strategies Media Services) – The American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) announces that it has received a sponsorship donation from Burris Logistics to provide ongoing support for ALAN’s mission: to engage industry to address the unmet needs of relief organizations, communities, and people.
“ALAN is grateful for the support of Burris Logistics,” said Kathy Fulton, ALAN interim president and director of operations. “ALAN’s strength lies in its donors and partners. Generous support from donors like Burris Logistics helps people and communities recover quickly after a disaster; these funds will allow us to ensure relief supplies arrive when and where they are needed most.”
Burris Logistics provides refrigerated warehousing, refrigerated transportation, foodservice redistribution and custom retail distribution.
“With locations all up and down the East Coast, our business—and our team members—have seen their share of disasters,” said Maggie Owens, marketing director at Burris Logistics. “We know that ALAN is ready to act whenever and where a disaster strikes, and we are happy to support an organization that helps people get their lives back to normal as soon as possible after their world has been turned upside down.”
About American Logistics Aid Network
American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping people impacted by a disaster by connecting supply-chain experts with disaster relief organizations. Experts in transportation, warehousing, cold storage, distribution and logistics are ready to help so that disaster relief supplies arrive at the right place, in the right quantity and at the right time.
About Burris Logistics
Since 1925, the Burris family business has grown and evolved with locations from Florida to Massachusetts. Headquartered in Milford, DE, Burris Logistics specializes in providing customized refrigerated solutions throughout America’s food supply chain, and continues to build upon its heritage of integrity, quality and dependability.