Manna Freight Systems Project Manager, Dennis McGrath was recognized for his outstanding work on behalf of national furniture retailers by leading the building of numerous distribution centers around the country.
2017 starts on a great note for Manna Freight Systems with the recognition as being a best business in its class by Twin Cities Business Magazine. On January 11, the nationwide logistics provider based in Minnesota, will receive its award at the annual Small Business Success Stories dinner held in Minneapolis.
MENDOTA HEIGHTS, MN—Justin Stodolka was recently promoted to Cargo Claims Supervisor at Manna Freight Systems, Inc. The announcement was made by CFO Kate Pope who said, “Justin has worn many hats at Manna, including operations, procurement, and most recently, claims analyst. In addition, he stepped up in 2014 and assumed facilities and safety management.”
MENDOTA HEIGHTS, MN—Two promotions were announced this week at Manna Freight Systems, Inc. Christine James and Nicholas Illetschko were named to supervisory roles in the company’s transportation group.
Manna Freight Systems, Inc., announced the launch of its newest distribution center in Phoenix, AZ this week. Owner and President Alan Meehan said this is the fifth such operation the company has opened around the country in the past three years.
MENDOTA HEIGHTS, MN—Brian Tennant was named Director of Distribution Centers at Manna Freight Systems, Inc., last week. The announcement was made by Owner and President Alan J. Meehan.
Manna Freight Systems, Inc., announced it opened a new distribution center in Southern California, according to President Alan J. Meehan. The new 22,000 sq. ft. space is located in the Mira Loma Space Center in the Jurupa Valley east of Los Angeles.
A Minneapolis based company is helping its own in the flooded regions of Louisiana. Manna Freight Systems’ employees have raised thousands of dollars by donations and in-house fundraisers, said Alan J. Meehan, the company’s owner. All of the money is being sent to those contractors affected by flooding.
Troops far from home and in dangerous places in the Middle East are getting a morale boost in the coming weeks thanks to a Minnesota based company. The employees of Manna Freight Systems, Inc., headquartered in metro Minneapolis/St. Paul, have raised more than $5,000 this year, all of which will go toward fulfilling the requests of military units for needed supplies from home.