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Congrats to our September 2021 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. One Team – One Mission!

Most improved– Hosea Byrd



Receiving award– None Given



Shipping award– Anthony Watts Jr.



Putaway award– Hosea Byrd



Picking award– David Williams & Carolina Gallegos



Replenish award– Hosea Byrd



Safety award– Hosea Byrd

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CINCINNATI — Taylor Logistics Inc. (TLI), a Cincinnati-based third-party logistics company, announced plans to open another public fulfillment center outside Cincinnati later this month. At 5257 E Provident Dr. in Cincinnati, Ohio, the new location will be the companies third public multi-client warehouse in Cincinnati. Their headquarters (World Park 1) is positioned just down the street at 9756 International Blvd and World Park 2 on the same road at 10095 International Blvd.

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“Our customized solutions, time-sensitive scalability, and technology have proven we are not merely a vendor for our customers but a partner, a team,” said Director of Warehouse Operations AJ Raaker. “This new addition for team Taylor is perfectly positioned for any business’s supply chain; Cincinnati’s ever-changing industry landscape and proximity to the consumer makes 5257 the perfect spot; here we grow, again!”

The brand new 130,000 square foot warehouse located on Provident Dr. is conveniently positioned next to two major interstates, rail ports, and cargo hubs. The Cincinnati/N. Kentucky International Airport is located 30 miles south via I-75/I-275, CVG, DHL, Amazon Prime Air. Being true to our food, beverage, flavoring, and pet food partners, this new building will be in Taylor standard as food grade. 

Brand New Building | 5257 E Provident Dr. Cincinnati, Ohio 45246

About Taylor Logistics, Inc. 

Taylor Logistics Inc. is the Nation’s Most Progressive Family Owned logistics company. From their founding in 1850 to today, Taylor is currently in sixth and seventh-generation ownership. Taylor’s passion is finding solutions for their customers through their various services. From warehousing both contract and public, freight brokerage, packaging, kitting, drayage, and trucking. All of which are customizable and technology-driven. Their 170 years of logistics experience have proven that they are not merely a vendor for your company – they are an extension of your team with a clear understanding of our responsibility to replicate your organization’s strategic business goals. 

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Job Description


A company’s people and culture is the one true advantage that can’t easily be replicated by its competitors. As the packaging line lead with TLI, your role is to create value and manage a new operation that transforms of our 170-year-old business.

The packaging line lead is responsible for driving improvements to existing processes as well as new process development. This person collaborates with kitting planner to develop process road maps, establish project priorities, guide direct reports in the timely completion of these projects, and fulfilling our efficiency model of speed to market, cost, and innovation.

Key Accountabilities


Lead the first shift packaging line

Promote safe work habits and processes necessary to prevent personal injuries or accidents.

Provide training on safety and equipment operations

Train the packaging line people and monitor their performance, adjusting their tasks/position on the line to maximize the production line workflow.

Help lead the packaging line to meet or exceed targets, develop plans to deliver process improvement goals

Ensure productivity is maintained on all processes

Continually minimize the number of quality issues

Proactively stage projects to ensure productive changeovers and minimize downtime

Confer with Planner and/or HR to resolve workers’ problems, complaints and grievances

Inspect materials, products, and equipment to detect defects and malfunctions

Recommend and implement measures to motivate employees and improve production methods, equipment performances, products’ quality and efficiencies

Drive innovation of system-level and component-level packaging activities from initial concept through production

Ensure that the customer receives the required level of quality and service.

Job Dimensions


Covers all aspects of packaging, distribution, and inventory management.

Focus on timely completion, associate productivity, and accuracy

Qualifications


Experience/knowledge of the industry

Ability to lead and coach teams to optimal performance

Strong Familiarity with WMS, 5S and process improvement tools.

Experience with material handling equipment is required. Forklift certification, preferred.

Effective leadership skills in planning, organizing, controlling, communicating, and problem solving.

Job Type: Full-time

Benefits:


401(k)

401(k) matching

Dental insurance

Health insurance

Paid time off

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Team-Taylor-Safety-Warehouse-Awards

Congrats to our July 2021 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. One Team – One Mission!

Most Improved- Hosea Byrd


Shipping award- Anthony Watts Jr.



Putaway award- Mike Berry



Picking award- David Williams & Brandon Smith



Replenish award- Hosea Byrd



Safety Award- David Williams

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Since our founding, we have taken tremendous steps, amplified what is possible. So here’s to the next great leap. We will go with new systems, bold designs, and a sustainable mission. We train, test, and press our solutions spirit into everything we do. We are just getting started.

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Congrats to our June 2021 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. One Team – One Mission!

Most Improved- Anthony Watts Jr.



Receiving award- Carolina Gallegos


Shipping award- Anthony Watts Jr.


Putaway award- Freddy Marquez


Picking award- Lonnie Johnson & Bryan Tesch


Replenish award- Mike Berry


Safety Award- Mike Berry


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Most people understand that it takes transportation and logistics to get the stuff we all want and rely upon to our homes and offices, but it could be argued that what our industry does is often taken for granted. The well-publicized challenges sourcing, importing and distributing PPE, vaccines, and other critical supplies over the past year and a half have shined a light, once again, on how crucial our industry is to all of us. It is estimated that the transportation and warehousing segment in the U.S. alone accounts for over 5.5 million jobs and that logistics activities account for nearly 8% of everything we make and sell. The third-party logistics segment alone represents a $233 billion industry. We’re important.

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Taylor Logistics Food Safety

Last week, our Bellevue Team underwent a Safe Quality Foods audit scoring an outstanding 97%. This is an exceptional accomplishment, and we appreciate the dedication to food safety and food quality. A special kudos to the entire Bellevue team. We will be adding yet another championship banner!! One team, one mission! 

What is SQF?

The Safe Quality Food (SQF) Program is a rigorous and credible food safety and quality program recognized by retailers, brand owners, and food service providers worldwide. Recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), the SQF family of food safety and quality codes are designed to meet industry, customer, and regulatory requirements for all food supply chain sectors – from the farm to retail stores. This rigorous farm-to-fork food safety and quality certification also help food producers assure their buyers that their food products meet the highest possible global food safety standards.

Why is SQF Important For Your Brand? 

This farm-to-fork food safety and quality certification helps food producers assure their buyers that food products have been grown, processed, prepared, and handled according to the highest possible global food safety standards. It can immediately improve your standing in the eyes of new partners and deals. For everyone at Taylor, this achievement is an excellent validation of our hard work and our team’s commitment to safe food operations. For you, it means increased protection in the event of recalls, improved operational efficiencies in our work together, managed risks, and peace of mind with certified due diligence. 

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Cincinnati, OH — June 02, 2021 — Taylor Logistics Inc., a Cincinnati-based third-party logistics solutions provider, is thrilled to announce its next growth phase with two strategic leadership changes. These strategic initiatives will focus on continuous improvement and heightening Taylor’s customer-centric focus.

Grant Taylor Shifts to a New Role as Chief Operating Officer 

To focus more on his passion — advancing and enhancing Taylor’s operational processes through technology, communication, and design — seventh-generation Grant Taylor has decided to concentrate specifically on his role as Chief Operating Officer. As COO, Grant looks forward to further developing his relationship with Taylor’s partners, and he is dedicated to improving operational excellence and leading Taylor’s corporate strategy.

“This promotion is so well deserved as Grant has had tremendous success leading change and improving efficiencies across the board at Taylor,”  Said Rex Taylor, Taylor Logistics sixth-generation owner, and President. “He will bring immediate leadership and focus to a variety of critical operational initiatives and growth strategies.”

AJ Raaker becomes Taylor’s Director of Warehouse Operations

In conjunction with Grant’s shift to COO, team Taylor is excited to announce AJ Raaker as the new Director of Warehouse Operations to help lead the company into its expansion phase, development, and continuing to foster operational excellence.

AJ will continue to bring his exceptional energy, values, discipline, and vision to our diverse, passionate team in his new role. For the past 13 years, AJ has been with Taylor with an operational background specializing in solving competitive challenges, reimagining products, services, technology systems, and extensive expertise in management and logistics.

Taylor is delighted to congratulate Grant and AJ on their new roles and couldn’t be more confident about future opportunities.

About Taylor Logistics, Inc. 

Taylor Logistics Inc. is the Nation’s Most Progressive Family Owned logistics company. From their founding in 1850 to today, Taylor is currently in sixth and seventh-generation ownership. Taylor’s passion is finding solutions for their customers through their various services. From warehousing both contract and public, freight brokerage, packaging, kitting, drayage, and trucking. All of which are customizable and technology-driven. Their 170 years of logistics experience have proven that they are not merely a vendor for your company – they are an extension of your team with a clear understanding of our responsibility to replicate your organization’s strategic business goals. 

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Taylor Talk

On this episode of #TaylorTalk we have an exciting guest, Liz Switzer Taylor’s OBM. There’s a ton to discuss as it’s the longest episode yet! We discuss the meaning of kitting, breaking corporate molds, applying previous bartending and serving opportunities to future jobs, and the true meaning of pivoting. Listen here.

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Mental Health Awareness

For Mental Health Awareness Month, here are six resources from Headspace to help with your mental health. 

1. Connections – Invest time and energy into your relationships

2. Exercise – The body and mind are intrinsically linked. A healthier body leads to a healthier mind?

3. Lower stress levels – Schedule time for leisure, contemplation, and appreciation?

4. Eat healthy – Swap out refined sugars and processed foods for brain-healthy fats like those in avocados, almonds, or fish?

5. Get more sleep – If you struggle to fall asleep, try avoiding all screens for an hour before bed?

6. Find purpose or meaning – via relationships, engaging work, hobbies, or even caring for a pet?

Do you have any tips or tactics you find helpful?? #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth

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Congrats to our April 2021 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. One Team – One Mission

Most Improved- Freddy Marquez



Receiving award- Carolina Gallegos



Shipping award- Anthony Watts Jr.



Putaway award- Freddy Marquez



Picking award- Bryan Tesch & David Williams


Replenish award- Matt Marty



Safety Award- David Williams

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Join #TeamTaylor! While we might be a logistics company, we’re in the solutions business. Founded in 1850, we’re backed by a rich history that’s to this day is family-owned and operated and is the logistics backbone for many of today’s most innovative and growing companies. To double down on that success, we’re looking for highly driven and detail-oriented individuals looking to add value, solve problems and join our team. If that’s you, help us reshape logistics.

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Noelle and Chris are chit-chatting on a bunch of different topics on this episode of Taylor Talk. Amazon prep services for FBA, the future of eCommerce, and helping feed the Cincinnati community with an excellent local nonprofit Last Mile Food Rescue. There’s also a new segment called “Corporate Chris,” where Chris breaks down his least favorite corporate email phrases. Want to be on an episode or have a topic you want our team to cover? Email us info@taylorlog.com. Listen now here!

Last Mile Food Rescue!



If you’re in the Cincinnati area, please look at the fantastic work Last Mile Food Rescue is doing to help out the community. Have 90 minutes, a car and a drive to make a change? Download our app and sign up to rescue perfectly good food from ending up in landfills and transport it to one of our nonprofit partners that fight food insecurity in our Greater Cincinnati community. Download the Last Mile app on iOS or Android and discover what happens when you go the mile. Last Mile Food Rescue Website.

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Congrats to our March 2021 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. One Team – One Mission

Most Improved- Anwar Smith



Receiving award- Carolina Gallegos



Shipping award- Jr. Watts



Putaway award- Mike Berry



Picking award- Bryan Tesch & Jeremy Maki


Replenish award- Roger Salinas



Safety Award- Bryan Tesch

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Team-Taylor-Safety-Warehouse-Awards

Congrats to our February 2021 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. One Team – One Mission!

As always, we are continuing to put all employees’ health and safety at the forefront of operations.

Most Improved– Carolina Gallegos



Receiving award– Carolina Gallegos


Shipping award– Anthony Watts Jr.



Putaway award– Mike Berry



Picking award– Bryan Tesch & Jeremy Maki



Replenish– Mike Berry



Safety Award– Jeremy Maki

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Taylor Logistics International Womens Day

The theme for 2021 International Women’s Day is “Choose to Challenge”. A challenged world is an alert world. Individually, we’re all responsible for our thoughts and actions – all day, every day.
We can all choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequality. We can all choose to seek out and celebrate women’s achievements. Collectively, we can all help create an inclusive world.

“Every woman’s success should be an inspiration to another. We’re strongest when we cheer each other on” – Serena Williams

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There are people we meet during our lifetime that will transform us forever coaches to professors, family members, authors, coworkers, the list goes on. They encourage us to become a better version of ourselves. 

Wildly enough, I recently met one of those people while watching Ted Lasso on AppleTV+. If you haven’t seen this remarkable show, you are probably very confused about how a television show could contribute to one of those impactful people but hear me out. Disclaimer: I do my absolute best to resist watching any sports-related show and, moreover, a sports comedy. BUT If you’ve seen it, then you know its brilliance. 

A Little Background 


The comedy catalogs the journey of a warm-hearted American football coach, Ted Lasso (played by Jason Sudeikis), who is hired to coach a soccer team in the English Premier League. He knows nothing about the sport, league, or culture, but he knows about coaching players, who he sees as people first. “To me, success is not about the wins and losses,” Coach Lasso says. “It’s about helping these young fellas be the best versions of themselves, on and off the field.” Ted Lasso is a brilliant demonstration of the subtle and straightforward storytelling that offers space to explore the deeper emotions driving much of our decision-making in our personal and professional lives. Here’s the Lasso way:

Lasso Lessons


Treat people with respect – No matter their position within the company/ team, from water boy to chairmen; everyone deserves same respect; every person brings value. 

Be a goldfish – According to Ted, a goldfish has a 15-second memory. He wants his players to make mistakes and move on. Obviously, we should all learn from our mistakes, but there is no purpose in lying awake at night replaying how something you did could have been different. Be a goshdarn goldfish.

Be understanding – Communicating with his players allows Ted to understand them and what they are experiencing. Whether it is a player’s first time away from home or a veteran dealing with losing a step or two, having that perspective allows us to empathize.

Good ideas can come from anywhere – Whether asking for advice on roster moves or dealing with his personal relationship issues, Ted has the ability and willingness to engage others on topics and issues where they have no agency over. Having no ego allows Ted to solicit and accept support from all levels of the organization. He always does what is best for the team and not necessarily himself.

Allow the members of the team to shine – Ted allows members of his staff to shine. He gives them credit and highlights their achievements which provides motivation and incentive to everyone in the organization and allows them to achieve the impossible.

Be a mentor – Ted had an excellent quote for his captain, “You know how they say youth is wasted on the young, I say don’t let the wisdom of age be wasted on you.” He was encouraging him to be a mentor for one of the junior players and share his experiences. We can all learn from each other. 

Obstacles can be opportunities – Take difficult situations and make them learning experiences so it is not so bad the next time around.

Teammates don’t need to be best friends to be great – Ted uses examples such as Shaq & Kobe, Lennon & McCartney, Woody & Buzz. Players need to have mutual respect to be great at what they do.

Be curious –”Those who think they’ve got it all figured out judge others.” The ability to check your ego and be inquisitive at the risk of exposing your weaknesses is not only a sign of vulnerability, but it’s also a superpower that is underutilized in the leadership ranks. Ted is continually on the prowl for new ideas from everyone within the organization and those in the community. 

Believe! – From the beginning of Ted’s time in Richmond, it was clear that this was his motto. Ted mounted a “Believe” sign in the locker room. It is at the core of who Ted is.

So, there you have it. Ted Lasso is by all means not a perfect coach, not by a long shot. He’s in over his head coaching in a league and sport that he doesn’t understand in a different country. His “constant positivity” and adherence to his philosophies allow him to impact his new team and club, from the players and staff to the owner and larger Richmond community. Take a page from the Coach Ted Lasso playbook and implement these principles into your style and within your organization and life outside of work.

I’m not sure what my plans are this weekend, but I may just re-watch a few “Ted Lasso” episodes to get ready for the week ahead.

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Congrats to our January 2021 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. One Team – One Mission!

As always, we are continuing to put all employees’ health and safety at the forefront of operations.

Most Improved- Kathy Combs



Picking- Bryan Tesch & Jeremy Maki



Put away- Mike Berry



Receiving- Carolina Gallegos



Loading- Anthony Watts Jr.



Replenishment- Mike Berry



Safety Award- Jeremy Maki

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Congratulations to our December 2020 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. One Team – One Mission!

As always, we are continuing to put all employees’ health and safety at the forefront of operations.

Most Improved– Melvin Smith



Picking– Kathy Combs & Jeremy Maki


Put away– Mike Berry



Receiving– Steve Kowalski



Loading– Anthony Watts Jr.



Replenishment– Mike Berry



Safety Award- Bryan Tesch

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Team Taylor is talking! Check out our latest podcast episode featuring Chris Baum & Noelle Taylor. They are breaking down the entire year, everything from eCommerce and packaging to the largest seasonal project in Taylor history. Tune into Taylor Talk wherever you listen to podcasts, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, etc. Click one of the buttons below to listen.


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Congrats to our November 2020 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. One Team – One Mission!

As always, we are continuing to put all employees’ health and safety at the forefront of operations.

Most Improved- Terrance Burnett



Picking- Kathy Combs & Terrance Burnett



Putaway- Mike Berry



Receiving- Christina Clark



Loading- Anthony Watts Jr.



Replenishment- Mike Berry



Safety Award- Mike Berry

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Taylor Logistics Inc. Forklift Safety Guide

Congrats to our October 2020 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. One Team – One Mission!

As always, we are continuing to put all employees’ health and safety at the forefront of operations.

Most Improved- Kathy Combs

Picking- Damien Wells & Kathy Combs

Putaway- Mike Berry

Receiving- Mohamed Mohamed

Loading- Anthony Watts Jr. 

Replenishment- Mike Berry 

Safety Award- Hosea Byrd

Learn more here.

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Taylor Logistics Inc. Forklift Safety Guide

Taylor would like to congratulate the September 2020 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. Congrats to all!

As always, we are continuing to put all employees’ health and safety at the forefront of operations.

Most Improved– Josh Mather


Picking–  Jarod Cummins & Avery Gault


Putaway- Mike Berry


Receiving– Nate Juhl 


Loading– Anthony Watts Jr. 


Replenishment– Mike Berry 


Safety Award– Forrest Mitchell

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Taylor would like to congratulate the August 2020 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. Congrats to all!

As always, we are continuing to put all employees’ health and safety at the forefront of operations.

Most Improved- Forrest Mitchell
Picking- Forrest Mitchell & Kathy Combs
Putaway- Mike Berry
Receiving- Nate Juhl
Loading- Freddy Marquez
Replenishment- Mike Berry
Safety Award- Matt Marty

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Last week six Team Taylor members graduated from OSHA-30 training. This 30-hour course is intended for supervisors or workers with safety responsibility. It provides a greater depth and variety of training on an expanded list of topics associated with workplace hazards. At Taylor, one of our five values is safety, and it’s the most important. We strive for a culture of safety and improvement in everything we do.

Congratulations to our OSHA-30 Graduates:

Shaun Fehr



Geordan Hunt



Keith Swensen



Liz Switzer



Grant Taylor


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Taylor would like to congratulate the April 2020 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. Congrats to all!

Most Improved- Anthony Watts Jr.


Picking- Forrest Mitchell & Donnie Clark


Putaway- Mike Berry


Receiving- Justin Rundel


Loading- Anthony Watts Jr.


Safety Award- Forrest Mitchell

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Taylor would like to congratulate the February 2020 monthly warehouse award winners from our team in Bellevue, NE. These awards are given based on productivity and QA points. Congrats to all!

Most Improved- Tony Watts Jr. 

Picking- Forrest Mitchell & Matt Marty

Putaway- Mike Berry

Receiving- Freddy Marquez 

Loading- Hosea Byrd

Safety Award- Mike Berry

Learn more about Taylor’s warehouse award system by clicking the button below.

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