Romark Logistics of Texas partners with McLennan Community College in Grant for Skills Development

Waco, TX – The Texas Workforce Commission awarded McLennan Community College a Skills Development Fund Grant to be shared by Romark Logistics of Texas, Inc., a leading supply chain solutions and logistics company, and three other local businesses. The grant was awarded to businesses in the manufacturing and healthcare sectors to train 440 employees in such areas as leadership, mechanical/electrical, OSHA, LEAN Manufacturing, and cross-operational training.  Romark will use the funds to create customized onsite training videos. The videos will all be filmed at the Waco facility and cover a variety of topics.

“We are so grateful to be awarded funds from this grant,” said Amy Sue Lebovitz, Executive Vice President, and Counsel of Romark Logistics. “Each investment in skills training helps our employees develop their professional skills and carry out the critical functions of their role even more safely and efficiently. They will be set up for success every step of the way.”

As a top supply chain solutions, logistics, and cold-chain provider in North America, Romark services some of the leading consumer packaged goods, pharmaceutical, and retail companies worldwide. Romark has three facilities in Texas, located in Irvington, Lancaster, and Waco, and additional facilities nationwide.

About Romark Logistics

Founded in 1954, Romark has established itself as a premier logistics provider with a strategic focus on innovation and technology, including robotics and automation. The company leverages its leading-edge technology to provide best-in-class service to a wide range of clients, including some of the world’s leading consumer packaged goods, pharmaceutical, and retail companies. For over 65 years, the company has grown strategically, and it continues to provide personalized service, always.