Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Registration is Closed:
Registration can be completed, below
5:30 - 6:00 p.m.
6:00 - 6:30 p.m.
6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Please allow 10-15 minutes for Security check-in and parking. Security will provide parking instructions Limit of 25 Members for this event - no registration at the door.
No photos or pictures will be permitted during the tour and flat-soled shoes are strongly recommended. This is a multi-level facility; stairs will be used during the tour
ES3 Google Maps Directions
Catered by Ginger Babies:
Salad, Sandwiches, Cookies, Chips, Soda, and Water
|Pre-Registered:||Section Members - $20.00 each | Guests - N/A | Students - $10.00|
|At the Door:||Only advance registration is accepted for this tour|
In 1999, ES3 was founded to save time and reduce costs in the CPG supply chain. ES3 has strived to continuously achieve this goal by collaboratively using people, processes, and technology to deliver world class safety, service, sustainability and productivity. Since its founding, ES3 has focused on bringing manufacturers and retailers together to eliminate waste and share resources. This level of collaboration is unmatched in the industry and requires scale and skill in order to succeed. ES3's first collaborative warehouse was opened in 2002 in York, PA and housed 140,000 pallet positions. In 2005, ES3 York added 100,000 more pallet positions. Following the success of the York facility, ES3 expanded, opening a facility in Dallas in 2003, and Atlanta in 2004. In 2007, ES3 began work on the D2S (Direct-to-Store) program. D2S was created to streamline the supply chain for the grocery industry by eliminating a distribution center and leg of transportation. Following successful testing in 2009, ES3 rolled out the D2S program to Northeast retailers in 2010. In 2011, ES3 introduced a robust continuous improvement program, which has further streamlined processes and reduced waste. Today, ES3's flagship York facility supports storage of 400,000 pallets, shipping of more than 300 million cases annually, and management of more than 20,000 items. ES3 operates four facilities across the US, and plans to continue to expand the network to better serve its customers. The dreams of the original visionaries are being achieved every day as product flows directly from manufacturers' inventories to stores. No duplicate storage or handling. No duplicate miles. ES3 is transforming the supply chain to create a single streamlined path to the customer.
David Rotell is the President of ES3. He joined the company in December 2013. During his tenure at ES3, David and his team have driven continuous improvement activities that enable ES3 to meet or exceed financial expectations. During 2017, ES3 expanded business with existing partners, while adding new business in the CPG space. Prior to joining ES3, David was the Senior Director of Global Operations within the Appliances Business Unit at TE Connectivity. At TE, he was responsible for six manufacturing sites, employing teams in three global regions. David and his team implemented significant operational improvements through Lean and Kaizen projects achieving past due reductions, inventory reductions, and lead-time improvements. David has a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Guilford College, and a BS degree in Mechanical Design Engineering Technology from Pennsylvania State University. He also achieved a Master of Science in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from Lehigh University
To meet the hotel notification requirements and allow for preparation for our meetings, all reservations need to be received online by 2:30 PM on the Friday preceding the meeting.
Please register online by 7:30 AM on Friday April 2, 2018