SpeakEasy is a running feature in NJBIZ in which we recap a presentation given by key business leaders around the state at one of New Jersey's many conferences and events. This report is based on a panel between Rutgers University students in supply chain management and industry leaders at the Women in Supply Chain Symposium held at the Rutgers...Read More »
A larger share of seaborne cargo deliveries shifted eastward last year, pushing the Port of New York and New Jersey up one spot to No. 2 in an annual seaport and logistics ranking by CBRE Group.Read More »
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia reported Thursday that there has been weak growth in manufacturing activity in May in the region that includes South Jersey.Read More »
The newly announced Amazon fulfillment center in Florence is about to have company, as a developer moves ahead with plans for a new big-box distribution center across the street.Read More »
A Passaic distribution warehouse apparently didn't learn from a previous citation, and faces more than $112,000 in fines as a result, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Monday.Read More »
Finding a secure spot in the home security business Supreme Security, after getting through economic downturn, is in expansion mood
It turns out that even the installation and monitoring of home security systems isn't recession-proof. That's what Supreme Security Systems discovered from its Union headquarters during the recent economic downturn.Read More »
Honeywell announced Thursday it is spinning off its resins and chemicals business into a standalone, publicly traded company.Read More »
Bright ideas Choi feels her willingness to change company culture is why Moonachie-based Bulbrite still has shining future
After eight years at her father's company, Cathy Choi felt confident in her ability to lead as president in 2009.
She now had to convince her team — and her father, Andrew Choi — that her distinctive leadership style was key to growing the business.
A joint venture between Elberon Development Group and The Avidan Group LLC broke ground recently on a 90,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility in Elizabeth.Read More »