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Guide to Trucking Perishable Goods

Guide to Trucking Perishable Goods

August 21, 2018 5 Comments

Whether you are shipping produce, floral arrangements or pharmaceuticals, maintaining a cold chain from production to delivery is essential. If the temperature is not adequately controlled at all stages of production, your perishable goods could spoil or even make your customers sick. But for a small company, delivering perishable goods safely can be an intimidating task. […]

Fun Things to Do in Central Park

Fun Things to Do in Central Park

August 7, 2018 0 Comments

Central Park is one of New York City’s most famous places. Whether you’re attending a special event or want a break from the busy streets, this green space is the perfect oasis within the city. The landmark is home to many special events throughout the year, like Shakespeare in the Park and free concerts by […]

Classic NYC Restaurants

Classic New York City Restaurants

July 5, 2018 0 Comments

Classic New York City Restaurants When you live in a metropolis like New York City, one thing you probably never complain about is the food. No matter what you’re in the mood for, you can find it close by. Whether you’re craving a Cubano or a great steak, a homey diner or a swanky place […]

Outsourcing Transportation Management

Outsourcing Transportation Management

May 15, 2018 0 Comments

You make the best cupcakes in all of the United States. People line up for hours at your store to purchase one of them. Demand is so strong that you’re thinking about opening a second or maybe even a third store in the city. The quality of your cupcakes has gone viral online, so you’re exploring […]

Famous spots in NYC in Seinfeld and Friends

Famous Spots in NYC from Seinfeld & Friends

May 1, 2018 0 Comments

Even if you’re too young to remember when “Seinfeld” made its television debut in 1989, you’re probably still familiar with the iconic show, thanks to syndication. Often referred to as a show about nothing, “Seinfeld” has entertained generations of viewers with episodes that famously focus on the little things in life. Although the last episode […]

What to do after you read the newspaper

What to Do After You Read Your Newspaper or Magazine

April 15, 2018 0 Comments

What to Do After You Read Your Newspaper or Magazine There’s nothing quite like sitting down at the kitchen table with a warm cup of coffee and your favorite newspaper or magazine, especially if doing so is part of a leisurely weekend when you have nothing pressing to do. For many, the smell of morning […]

Guide to logistics

Guide to Logistic Services & Supply Chain Management

March 16, 2018 0 Comments

Every company has logistics and supply chains no matter the size of the business or the industry they’re in. Increasingly, businesses are turning to third-party providers of logistics services and supply chain management to meet these needs, help them increase customer satisfaction and gain a competitive edge. Mitchell’sNY Logistics has been providing these services, including […]

Spring Cleaning for your Apartment

Spring Cleaning for the Apartment Dweller

March 1, 2018 0 Comments

Spring is a great time of year, isn’t it? With warmer temperatures, colorful new growth all around and longer days, spring just beckons you outside. While you may want to spend all your free time outdoors soaking up some rays after a long, dormant winter, you can’t deny that there’s work to do inside your […]

The Perfect NYC Date

The Perfect New York City Date with Mitchell’sNY

February 1, 2018 0 Comments

Is there anything worse than being on a date and falling into the doldrums of awkward silence? Whether it’s your first, fifth, or 50th date, prolonged awkward silence is a sure-fire way to pretty much ensure your calls will be sent to voicemail and your texts will remain unanswered moving forward. Luckily, New York City […]

Fun & warm Winter Activities

5 Fun (and Warm!) Winter Activities in NYC

January 24, 2018 0 Comments

New York has long been known as the city that never sleeps for good reasons. Even when the temperature dips well below freezing and the wind howls between the city’s skyscrapers, New York is alive with all sorts of activities. From winter festivals, live shows, shopping, ice skating, dog shows, public parks and a plethora […]