New logistics company will focus on delivery of large household products

Feb. 28, 2005
A new logistics company, Mainstreet Delivery, has been formed to handle large household products

A new logistics company, Mainstreet Delivery, has been formed to handle large household products that typically require specialized handling and on-site setup. The Green Bay, Wis.-based company will deliver to home and business end-users as well the retail, distributor, and dealer sales channels.

Mainstreet Delivery’s customer base will include manufacturers, retailers, and print and electronic catalogers of furniture, appliances, electronic equipment, lawn and garden products and other large items. The company believes this niche is underserved since such products are either too big to be delivered through conventional package delivery methods, or require service beyond the realm of standard less-than-truckload (LTL) carriers.

Mainstreet president and CEO Maury Mussa has assembled a national network of service providers with coverage throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico and select Canadian markets. Mainstreet management will utilize an order management solution that will monitor all items on an order rather than each item separately. The system will be web-based, allowing visibility to the client customer, the service provider, the receiving customer and Mainstreet Delivery personnel.

www.mainstreetdelivery.com

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