Solutions for Energy Efficient Logistics’ parent company, MCLJasco was named by Black Enterprise magazine as one of the nation’s most successful Black-owned businesses. Number 67 on the “Industrial/Service” category of the magazine’s BE-100 list, MCLJasco is a Detroit-based management company that operates numerous ventures, each uniquely positioned to meet the varied needs of its customers.
“It is an honor to be included among the country’s top 100 African American-owned businesses,” said Louis James, president and CEO of MCLJasco. “This recognition speaks to our vision for growth and the dedication and commitment of our employees.”
From inventory management to steel manufacturing, to fulfillment and energy efficiency logistics services, MCLJasco provides a diverse range of supply chain management services. Companies under the MCLJasco umbrella include JASCO, QIC, JATDCO, MCI and SEEL, the energy efficiency arm of the company.
Formed in 2009, SEEL has grown to an impressive $14 million annually. Within its first wo years of operation, SEEL won the Andromeda Star of Energy Award from the Alliance to Save Energy, one of the highest national awards for outstanding work in the area of energy conservation.
Each year, Black Enterprise, the pre-eminent publication for black entrepreneurship and wealth building, lists its ranking of the top black-owned businesses in the U.S. via its famed BE-100s. The list was recently released in Black Enterprise’s June 2014 edition of the magazine.
Companies on the list represent the best of the best in enterprise and innovation in industries including industrial/service, auto, advertising, and financial services. These companies are lead by some of the top talent in management, acquisitions and leadership.