MONROE, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 07/11/13 -- Bulk Express Logistics, a premier trucking services, shipping, and warehousing company located in New Jersey, has recently adopted their second solar panel through SolarCure's Adopt-A-Solar-Panel program.
The adopted solar panels will be part of a solar installation that will help power the Colonia VFW post 6061. The renewable energy generated by the solar panels will help lower their operating costs. The saved money can be put towards their mission: "To foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts. To serve our veterans, the military, and our communities. To advocate on behalf of all veterans."
More about Bulk Express Logistics
Bulk Express Logistics has dedicated itself to be heads above the rest in the trucking, shipping and warehousing industry. Founded in 1995, Bulk Express Logistics started hauling mostly soaps and deicer fluids under the name Bulk Express, Inc. Bulk Express Logistics is also a woman owned and operated corporation that truly demonstrates how effective a team with the same goal and promise can succeed.
Bulk Express Logistics has both the technology and equipment to service any client in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The trucking fleet includes tankers, reefers, and flatbed trailers that provide non-hazardous and hazardous shipping.
Bulk Express Logistics's warehouse services can handle storage of dry materials or perishable goods on a short term or long term basis. High security storage is also available at a reasonable rate. They can pick up from a pier or warehousing facility anywhere in the United States.
Some of the company's other services include the handling of all vendor returns, and providing daily updates of any client's cargo at hand. Their team of professionals will keep track of all your domestic purchase orders from all of your national vendors. Bulk Express Logistics specializes in keeping you up to date concerning the availability of your cargo as well as the estimated time of delivery to its destination. All tracking services are free of charge whether you utilize just one or all of their extensive services platforms. This information can be transmitted by data flow, email notification or both if so desired.
Bulk Express Logistics currently hauls for many large corporations and has already met and exceeded their expectations under any type of situation. They would value the opportunity to handle your transportation needs as well. Please contact Bulk Express Logistics directly at (732) 698-2998 or visit bulkexpresslogistics.com.
Join the Adopt-A-Solar-Panel Program
As part of their Adopt-A-Solar-Panel participation, Bulk Express Logistics also receives nationwide publicity of their sponsorship through SolarCure's expertly written online press releases. Each press release is enhanced with Solar Powered SEO for maximum search engine visibility. Solar Powered SEO enhancement has been proven to increase Internet traffic, improve search listings and provide other benefits when associated with green branding. Green brands greatly appeal to consumers who are becoming more aware of the need to protect the environment. This unique selling point may additionally boost corporate image and public awareness. SolarCure's Adopt-a-Solar-Panel program assists both non-profit organizations and area sponsors in a unique manner designed to create a "win-win-win" situation for those involved -- the sponsor, the non-profit, and the environment.
For information on how to adopt a solar panel for non-profits, please visit www.solarcure.us or just call 908-642-3029.
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