MTC Logistics’ Port of Wilmington, Delaware, International Temperature Controlled Distribution Center Receives Prestigious GFSI Recertification through the BRC BALTIMORE, MD - MTC Logistics announced today it has earned a recertification through the British Retail Consortium (BRC) under the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) for its Port of Wilmington, Delaware, distribution center – achieving a perfect score. Said Ernie Ferguson, Vice President of Sales for MTC Logistics, “The BRC certification is validation of our long-term commitment to providing the highest quality food safety standards through the supply chain solutions we offer. A growing number of retail and food service companies in North America require this independent certification. We initially earned this certification at our Wilmington temperature controlled distribution center in 2014 and are extremely proud that this year’s recertification was awarded with a perfect score.” “This perfect score is a reflection of the complete buy-in from our team,” said Dan Poarch, Plant Manager. “Our teams work together from customer service to warehouse operations, from our sanitation to our maintenance and engineering staff. Throughout the BRC process, our teams have blended together as a whole, strengthening and supporting each other through hard work, increasing morale and pride within the company.” Diane Busch, Director of Corporate Administration, explains the company’s rationale in seeking the certification, “Globally recognized certification such as BRC helps us to ensure that our distribution centers and food safety practices are meeting the best possible standards and provide valuable third-party recognition of our commitment to our customers. As a member of the GFSI, the BRC is committed to continuous improvement of its food safety standard and requires the same continuous improvements from the distribution centers they certify.”