American Logistics Aid Network Announces Port Jersey Becomes ALAN Sustainer


December 20, 2021

For Immediate Release

For further information, contact: Lori Lockman, 678/581-8421; [email protected]


Port Jersey Becomes ALAN Sustainer

Lakeland, Fla. – The American Logistics Aid Network today announced that Port Jersey Logistics has become a 2021-2022 ALAN Sustaining Sponsor.

“As a humanitarian organization, our ability to serve others is reliant on monetary contributions.  And this year, Port Jersey has stepped up to provide that in a really big way,” said ALAN Executive Director Kathy Fulton.

Port Jersey is a longtime in-kind and financial supporter of ALAN.  Its 2021 donation shores up ALAN’s ability to deliver food, hydration, and other supplies to communities recovering from disaster. With this gift, Port Jersey joins just seven other companies in ALAN’s Sustaining Sponsors circle.

“While ALAN has many generous supporters, donations like this are still very few and far between,” Fulton said.  “We are deeply grateful for Port Jersey’s extraordinary generosity, and we look forward to putting its contribution to good use in the year ahead as we continue to deliver help and hope to disaster survivors. “


About Port Jersey: Port Jersey Logistics offers generations of industry experience with a wide range of 3PL service offerings.  It currently manages over 1,000,000 square feet of warehouse space in New Jersey. Port Jersey Logistics can provide customers with public warehouse or contract operation options, fulfillment & e-commerce, and value-added services. It has a dedicated managed transportation and freight brokerage division with services including port drayage, full truckload, less-than truckload, intermodal, and temperature-controlled transportation.  It exists to empower the success of its people, its customers, and its network.

About ALAN:  Founded in 2005, ALAN provides donated logistics assistance to disaster relief organizations before, during and after catastrophic events.  It is aided in these efforts by financial supporters, volunteers and in-kind donors.  This year it has coordinated compassionate supply chain services for disasters such as the December tornadoes, Hurricane Ida, the California wildfires, the Tennessee floods and the COVID-19 pandemic.  To learn more, visit

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