UNITED VISION LOGISTICS is one of the biggest logistics companies in the world.
But after Congress approved the $1.5 trillion stimulus package last week, the company has been hit by a series of problems, including a shutdown and a shutdown of its Atlanta warehouse.
The company had expected the warehouse to reopen next week, but that has been pushed back to late February or early March.
Now the company is being told to find a solution.
“I am extremely disappointed with the delays and lack of clarity,” United Vision Logistics CEO John Buhler said.
“We are working with our partners and with Congress to help make this happen.”
The company was founded in 1998 by the former head of Boeing.
Buhlers father started the company in the 1980s when the Boeing 747s were still in production.
He left in 1997 to join United Airlines.
Bussing was also part of the company’s strategy, Buhers son said.
“United is one the fastest growing companies in our industry.
I am so proud of the work we have done in that regard, but there are other industries that are growing in this country,” he said.
United’s problems with its warehouse were first reported in The Wall St Journal on Monday.
It said the company was ordered by Congress to fix a problem with its warehouses and was still being told what problems they had.
A spokesman for United Airlines said the airline is continuing to work with the company to get its warehouse back online.