LaVazza Chooses PSS as its Northeast Distribution Services Provider

August 2014 - In a recent move, LaVazza, the Italian espresso coffee giant, chose PSS Distribution as its 3PL (third party logistics) provider for the Northeast region. Producing a diverse range of coffees for wholesale and retail store consumption, the need for high quality transportation and distribution capabilities was clear. As a leader in the industry, PSS was the obvious choice.

Gary Borne, President of PSS Distribution commented, "this partnership is exciting to say the least; family tradition, commitment to excellence and the best coffee available makes LaVazza a great addition. We have a history of handling some of the finest Italian products available, LaVazza is another example of that and PSS is poised to provide them with premium logistics services."

With production plants in Italy and a handful around the world, LaVazza distributes its products to almost 100 different countries. LaVazza offers some of the finest coffee around thanks to high quality Arabica and Canephora beans and a natural growing process. PSS Distribution was chosen for their extensive experience, next generation warehousing capability and the fact that they prioritize strong customer relationships above all else.

About PSS Distribution Services

PSS Distribution Services is the Northeast's premier services provider and a leader in warehousing, storage, transportation and distribution since 1983. PSS is an industry-leading third party distribution services provider whom Fortune 500 companies have come to rely on for their expertise in consumer product distribution, reverse logistics, transportation and packaging services. The company's state-of-the-art Warehouse Management and Road Transportation Systems offer applications that include: EDI, Radio Frequency and Bar-coding, Comprehensive Inventory Control and Activity Reports, Lot Code and Shelf Life Management and Monitoring, Document Imaging, Product Recall Program and our Net View Internet Enabled Access.

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