HPL-Apollo is having a great year in 2016 thus far, having grown by 30% in sales since 2015. Chief Operating Officer Ivo Skorin attributes much of this growth from a decision to focus on perishables exports to Asia, Australia and the Middle East.
Los Angeles, CA. (October 26, 2012): Hellmann Perishable Logistics (HPL), one of the only truly global powerhouses in the Perishables Logistics Industry, a division of Hellmann Worldwide Logistics has partnered with Apollo Freight, Inc., a subsidiary of Mercury Air Group, Inc.
Original Article from Produce News Daily
Surrounded by grapes, tomatoes, asparagus, strawberries, roses and a wide array of other goods traveling to and from Los Angeles, U.S. Congresswoman Janice Hahn and Apollo Freight officials opened a massive new perishable center the size of six homes Nov. 28 adjacent to Los Angeles International Airport.
By Ronald D. White, Los Angeles Times
November 29, 2011
Those Argentine blueberries and Colombian roses at your local market probably took a lengthy detour on their way to Southern California.
By Art Marroquin Staff Writer, Daily Breeze
While the lion's share of flowers, fruits and vegetables arriving from Mexico and South America are shipped through Miami, Los Angeles International Airport is angling to become the next hub for distributing perishable goods.