(l. to r.) Matthew J. Barany, Atalanta Corporation Manager, Operations and Facilities; Union County Freeholder Sergio Granados; Workforce Investment Board Director Antonio Rivera, Joseph F. DeNicholas; Vice President Operations-Logistics, Atalanta Corporation; Union County Manager Alfred J. Faella; Colleen Mahr, Union County Director of Strategic Planning and Intergovernmental Relations; Amy Wagner, Union County Deputy Director of Economic Development; Sebastian D’Elia; Union County Director of Public Relations and Cathy Lang, Operations Supervisor of Atalanta Corporation.
Union County Freeholder Sergio Granados, Union County Manager Al Faella and representatives from the County’s Economic Development Department and Workforce Investment Board toured the massive Atalanta Corporation food import warehouse facility in Elizabethport, this morning to discuss business incentives and to become familiar with the corporation’s worldwide operations.
Atalanta is a major food importer in the region, employs more than 100 people and does well over $250 million in sales each year. It is also part of the Gellert Global Group of companies which does world-wide sales in excess of $500 million.
The Company is located on the shores of the Port in Elizabethport, where it enjoys quick access to rail, the containerports, and highway infrastructure.
Company representatives demonstrating specialized equipment for the removal of pallets in its warehouse.