Air Freight and Logistics
Company Overview of Exel Inc.
Exel Inc. provides logistics, supply chain, and third-party logistics services. The company’s services include supply chain analysis and design, supply chain management, warehousing and order fulfillment, assembly and packaging, transportation management, service parts logistics, and reverse logistics. It also provides inbound to manufacturing services that include vendor hub operation, line feeding, inventory management, replenishment, supplier management, vendor-managed inventory, and just-in-time delivery; and in-plant services, including labor management, supplies management, railcar switching and cleaning, inventory management, and yard management, as well as packaging, blending, and ki...
570 Polaris Parkway
Westerville, OH 43082
Founded in 1983
Key Executives for Exel Inc.
Chief Executive Officer of North America
President of Retail and Managed Transportation
President of Technology Business Unit
President of Life Sciences & Healthcare
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Exel Inc. Key Developments
Exel Inc. Announces Plans to Lay Off 278 Workers at Fulfillment Facility At 3425 Morse Crossing with Effect from April 17, 2015
Jan 27 15
Exel Inc. announced it will lay off 278 workers at a fulfillment facility at 3425 Morse Crossing. The firm said in a letter filed with the state that the workers have been providing support to Thirty-One Gifts, which plans to in-source their jobs. The company expects the layoffs to take effect on April 17, 2015.
Exel Appoints Gordon Gruszka as President of Power Packaging
Jul 16 14
Exel has appointed Gordon Gruszka as president of power packaging. Gruszka joined Power Packaging as CFO in January 2014. Prior to joining Power Packaging, Gruszka was Senior Finance Director for Motorola Mobility, where he played a key role in supporting that company's merger and integration activities following its acquisition by Google.
Yusuf Sufi Drops Religious Discrimination Suit against Exel, Inc
Jun 14 14
A warehouse worker who said his employer fired him for seeking time off to attend weekly Muslim worship services has dropped his federal lawsuit against the company. Yusuf Sufi of the North Side, sued Exel, Inc. a year ago for religious discrimination and retaliation and wrongful termination. He had been allowed to attend the Friday services when he first began working at Exel's Northeast Side warehouse in 2011, but a new supervisor revoked that permission. Federal-court records show that Sufi asked that the suit be dismissed last month.
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