Celebrating 30 Years of Delivery Excellence

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NVC Logistics Group, a transportation management company focused on home delivery, is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this month. Through its NVC Direct and NVC Express divisions, they provide specialized delivery of oversized, high-value items to homes and businesses nationwide.

NVC Logistics Group, a transportation management company specializing in the residential delivery of large, high-value items, is celebrating its 30th Anniversary in 2007.

Founded as a courier service in 1977 by Don Powers in a small, cramped two person office in Closter, New Jersey, NVC Logistics has grown into a major player in the home delivery arena. Still the company's CEO and owner, it was Don's flexibility and dedication to excellence that paved the road to success.

"My philosophy was always to be flexible and provide great service and quality, for every customer on every delivery", Don said. Having worked in the delivery industry as a salesman, driver and business owner, he understood "…how important each delivery is for both the customer and the consignee". As the owner, he was able to customize services based on the needs of his customers, whether it was an envelope, package or parcel.

NVC Logistics continued to grow as a courier service into the early 80's. However, Mr. Powers noted that advancing technology would soon diminish the need for local couriers. He used this foresight to seamlessly transition the company into the freight delivery and freight management arena, targeting the large, high-value product marketplace, using his sales background to generate new clients.

Fueled by its reputation for excellence and its evolution into a freight management company, NVC grew exponentially, concentrating on the home delivery of high-value items. Building partner relationships one-by-one, the company expanded beyond the tri-sate area to become nationwide in scope. NVC now manages a nationwide network of delivery partners with access to a fleet of 1200 trucks and over 2 million square feet of warehousing and distribution space. Today, NVC's local delivery operation, along with its technology department (with state-of-the-art shipping software), logistics operations, corporate marketing and executive offices occupy over 75,000 sq. ft. in Rockleigh, NJ, home to its 80 employees.

NVC's revenue has also accelerated at a rapid pace. Over the past ten years, revenue growth has averaged more than 35% each year. And NVC will finish this quarter with a 62% increase over previous year shipments, closing their fiscal year with a best-ever 53% gain over fiscal '05. Net income figures were not disclosed.

"Home delivery of high-value items comes with high expectations. Don's emphasis on a 'quality delivery, every time' allows us to continue to meet these expectations today," said Paul Henrici, President of NVC Logistics Group. "Plus our specialty in home delivery and reverse logistics positions us to add-value to our customers and grow as they grow", says Mr. Henrici.

The emphasis placed on exceeding the expectations of customers on every delivery, started thirty years ago by Mr. Powers, is now the DNA that continues to drive NVC Logistics Group today.

About NVC Logistics Group

NVC Logistics Group, through its divisions NVC Direct and NVC Express, provides specialized delivery of oversized, high-value items to homes and businesses nationwide. NVC handles a variety of product deliveries, including high-end consumer electronics, medical equipment, specialty furniture and appliances. They provide specialized handling and value-added services - unpacking, assembly, debris removal, exchanges and returns - that traditional transportation companies do not. In addition, NVC Logistics Group offers an extensive range of high quality services including Reverse Logistics, Installation Logistics, Warehousing and Distribution. For more information about NVC's services, call or click at: 800 526-0207 or http://www.myNVC.com.

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