Continental Logistics is now FSMA Certified by Iron Apple for Food Safety Training

Continental Logistics ( is now certified by Iron Apple International for finishing the Training Requirements for FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act)! Continental Logistics is pleased to be one of the forerunners of the transportation industry by ensuring products are safe from “farm to fork”. Matt Clark, Director of Logistics at Continental Logistics, is very dedicated READ MORE

Are Your Carriers Following Your Temperature Controlled Transportation Requirements?

The food industry is changing and so is the temperature controlled transportation industry that services it. 7 of the 10 fastest growing specialty food categories require refrigerated or frozen transportation. To meet the demand, some carriers are resorting to shipping product outside of the required temperature range without their customers’ knowledge. If you suspect that READ MORE

Want to Stop Your Customers from Assessing Vendor Compliance Chargebacks?

Within the food and beverage industry, there is a common misconception that vendor compliance chargebacks are an inevitable cost of doing business. Chargebacks can have major financial repercussions and can also lead to negative report cards, loss of shelf-space and decreased SKU purchases. A simple solution for avoiding these costly and often non-negotiable vendor chargebacks READ MORE

Preparing for the ELD Rule Mandate

After many years of planning, a controversial carrier compliance rule will enter its second phase on December 18th 2017. The ELD Rule Mandate requires most commercial drivers to install electronic logging devices (ELDs) for tracking their hours-of-service rather than using paper log books. Phase 2, the phased in compliance phase, stipulates that any devices installed READ MORE

Continental Logistics Announces New Freight Brokerage Division

Edison, NJ (April 26, 2017) – Continental Logistics ( announces the launch of their new Freight Brokerage division, coordinating shipments for customers throughout North America and Canada. The new freight brokerage program specializes in dry and/or temperature controlled, full truckload shipments as well as volume LTL shipments for food products, beverages and consumer packaged goods. READ MORE

Our “Be Nice” Policy

Within Continental Logistics (as with most companies) there exists many written SOP’s, best practices, metric guidelines and always progressive pilot programs. However, despite all of this there is one unwritten yet non-negotiable rule for our employees, vendors and the customers we choose to do business with. It’s what we lovingly refer to as our “Be READ MORE

Logistics Management for Food and Beverage Start ups

How does Continental Logistics provide Logistics Management for Food and Beverage Start Up Companies? The answer to that question (at least in our opinion) is really well! In fact, the startup segment of the marketplace is very near and dear to our hearts as we have helped numerous start-up companies begin their ventures successfully and READ MORE