LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill., July 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Ice Mobility celebrated their move into their new 98,735 sq. ft. facility in Lincolnshire, Illinois with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Buffalo Grove-Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce (BGLCC). Ice Mobility is a global supply chain solution provider specializing in logistics, inventory performance management and category management. Ice Mobility's Co-Founder, Denise Gibson, President John Mitchell and COO Sherry White, along with many Ice Mobility team members welcomed local BGLCC members including Greg Stern, BGLCC President, and BGLCC members Roger Sosa, Tonya Zozulya, Adam Letendre and Brad Burke to Ice Mobility's Schelter Road location.
Prior to the ceremonial cutting, the Ice Mobility team celebrated the event by hosting its 3rd Annual Summer Cookout inviting all employees, BGLCC members and new business neighbors. Choosing to relocate to Lincolnshire was an easy decision for Ice Mobility. "To meet the demand for our services growth, Ice sought a location that was expansive enough to not only accommodate today's customers success, but also exceed the expectations of new partners," said Sherry White, Chief Operating Officer at Ice. "Although there were several properties that met our requirements, the professionalism and focus on business development exhibited by the Village of Lincolnshire as well as the ease of working with Cushman & Wakefield who secured the full-building headquarters lease on behalf of property owner, Industrial Property Trust, Inc., were differentiators in our site selection process."
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Ice Mobility is a Global Supply Chain Solution provider specializing in planning, inventory performance management and category management for 3rd party logistics, reverse logistics and distribution fulfillment. Ice Mobility specializes in innovating solutions and managing a wide array of wireless and technology devices and accessories.
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