2021 Business Magazine Issues
Logistics Plus is marking its 25th year as a leading provider of transportation, warehousing, fulfillment, logistics, business intelligence, technology and supply chain solutions around the globe.
The completion of UPMC Hamot’s Patient Care Tower in Erie, Pennsylvania, is one of the region’s most highly anticipated building projects to date. It is the largest construction project in the hospital’s 140-year history and a major infusion in the ongoing revitalization and transformation of Erie’s downtown and bayfront area.
Marquette Savings Bank
A closer look at how Marquette’s business bankers have helped business owners gain the financial resources they needed to manage through the COVID-19 pandemic and uncertain times.
Celebrating 150 Years of Sarah A. Reed
Sarah A. Reed Children’s Center and Sarah Reed Senior Living recognize the contributions of their namesake and her fellow co-founders, and how both organizations are carrying on their legacy of caring today.
Made in PA
Manufacturers have played a pivotal role in Pennsylvania’s prosperity – through innovation and investment – and will be critical to its post-COVID-19 recovery, as well.
Betts Industries, Inc.
Learn how this 120-year-old, sixth generation family owned business in Warren, Pennsylvania has become an industry leader in the manufacturing of critical components and lighting systems for the tank truck industry.
Hospital and insurance representatives share how the organizations have worked collaboratively to keep our community and workplaces safe during the COVID crisis – and will continue to do so in the post-COVID era as well.
Celebrating five years of new ownership, company officials share LET’s secret to success as a comprehensive provider of regional asset-based trucking, third-party North American logistics and expedite, heavy duty truck maintenance, and crossdock warehouse services.
A sponsored ministry of Sisters of Mercy in Erie, Pennsylvania, the 501c3 charitable social service organization has been empowering homeless women, many of whom with young children, on their road to recovery and self-sufficiency since 1994.