Air Freight and Logistics
Company Overview of Exel, Inc.
Exel, Inc. provides contract logistics, supply chain, and reverse logistic solutions in the Americas. The company’s services include supply chain analysis and design, supply chain management, warehousing and order fulfillment, assembly and packaging, transportation management, home and business delivery, and service parts. It also provides inbound to manufacturing services, such as vendor hub operation, line feeding, inventory management, replenishment, supplier management, vendor-managed inventory, and just-in-time delivery; and in-plant services, including labor and supplies management, railcar switching and cleaning, inventory and yard management, and plant-based distribution center opera...
570 Polaris Parkway
Westerville, OH 43082
Key Executives for Exel, Inc.
President of Consumer & Life Sciences
President of Automotive & Chemical/Industrial
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Exel, Inc. Key Developments
Exel Plans to Invest $38 Million to Establish a New Distribution Facility in York County
Jun 25 13
Exel is planning to establish a new distribution facility in York County. Exel is investing $38 million in a project that is expected to generate 133 new jobs. This new facility is a significant addition to its East Coast operations. The warehouse facility will be entirely developed and managed by Exel on behalf of Energizer Holdings. Exel will construct a new distribution center on Paragon Way within the River Walk Business Park located in York County. The facility is expected to be operational by spring 2014.
CAIR-OH Files Federal Religious Discrimination Suit Against Exel, Inc
Apr 9 13
The Columbus chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Ohio (CAIR-Ohio) announced that it has filed a federal employment discrimination lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio against Exel, Inc., which is a wholly owned entity of Deutsche Post DHL. The plaintiff, Yusuf Sufi, approached CAIR-Columbus after being fired by Exel in May, 2012. Sufi was fired for requesting a prayer accommodation in order to attend his Friday afternoon prayer services. In June 2012, CAIR-Columbus filed a charge of discrimination on behalf of Mr. Sufi with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Exel declined to participate in the EEOC mediation process with Sufi. The federal complaint filed states that Sufi repeatedly asked Exel to provide him with an accommodation under which he could attend his Friday afternoon prayer services. Fridays were not a regularly scheduled work day for Sufi, but Exel management often assigned him to overtime on Fridays. Sufi proposed various accommodations to Exel's management, including combining his breaks, taking unpaid time off, and requesting not to be scheduled for overtime work on Fridays. Exel's management refused to consider any accommodation proposed by Sufi, and his employment was ultimately terminated by Exel in May 2012 when he asked for the accommodation again. Both state and federal law requires employers to accommodate the religious practices of their employees unless it creates an undue burden on the company.
Exel, Inc. Wins 20-Year Warehouse Contract
Feb 6 13
Exel, Inc. announced that it has won a $200 million, 20-year warehouse contract with the New Hampshire Liquor Commission, was recently sanctioned by the federal government for occupational safety and minimum-wage law violations at a warehouse it operates in Pennsylvania.
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