NFI, a leading supply chain provider headquartered in Cherry Hill, N.J., was named as a winner of the Delaware Valley Top Workplaces 2019 Award by The Philadelphia Inquirer. The list was determined based on feedback received from an employee survey conducted by Energage, LLC., a third-party research partner. The anonymous survey measured several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection.
Founded in 1932, NFI is currently headed by the third-generation brothers, Sid, Jeff, and Ike Brown. With more than 300 locations and 10,900 employees across North America, NFI employs 2,300 associates in the tri-state area across numerous professional areas including operations, engineering, sales, and IT. The company continues to grow and is in the process of building its new corporate headquarters on the Camden Waterfront, with plans to move this year.
“As a family owned and operated company, our people are our greatest asset and we are honored to be recognized as a top workplace in the Delaware Valley region,” said Sid Brown, CEO of NFI. “NFI has grown tremendously over the past 87 years, thanks to our talented employee base. We strive to continue building a culture driven by the entrepreneurial spirit and innovation, as well as creating new and rewarding career opportunities across North America.”
As one of the oldest and largest privately-held 3PLs in North America, NFI offers extensive experience providing supply chain solutions across a variety of sectors spanning food and beverage, retail, consumer packaged goods, and manufacturing. The company’s integrated suite of services includes dedicated transportation, distribution, transportation management, brokerage, port drayage, intermodal, global logistics, and real estate.