Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 14, 2012
Cherry Logistics today announced a 36.8% increase in the number of sites serviced by the facilities maintenance company in the past year. This expansion, paired with the recent wins of other major clients, has resulted in an exciting 12 months of growth, marked by a 22% increase in revenue.
Cherry Logistics’ new contract with one of the largest financial institutions in the U.S. makes them responsible for snow removal at 689 of the client’s locations across 10 states.
The maintenance service consolidator also recently won business with one of the country’s largest grocery store chains. This prestigious client acquisition builds market awareness for Cherry Logistics as contractors provide services to locations throughout the Midwest. The two new clients represent a massive increase in business for the facilities maintenance performance leader.
“We’re thrilled, frankly,” said Chris Clark, Cherry Logistics’ director of marketing. “I could not be more proud of my team. They’ve successfully weathered tough market conditions and attracted significant new business. Cherry Logistics has had significant successive growth in service and contracted sites every year since its founding in 2003.”
About Cherry Logistics
Cherry Logistics, Inc., headquartered in North Aurora, IL, was founded in 2003 as a snow removal service. Since that time the company has become a premier provider of consolidated facilities maintenance services including landscaping, lighting, emergency power, and HVAC, displaying proficiency in each category. Cherry Logistics specializes in offering facilities services for owners of multiple-location real estate. Specific services are offered to each client as needed, including snow removal, lot sweeping, landscaping, and window washing. The company is currently operating within 42 states.
Cherry Logistics prides itself on the fact its staff is comprised entirely of experts with years of experience within their respective fields. This diverse team includes managers and executives with experience in retail management, facilities management, customer service, commercial real estate, construction, transportation, information technology, and meteorology. For more information about the company, visit http://www.cherrylogistics.com.