Brantford, Ontario, August 15, 2012 — Systems Logic is honored to announce being awarded Top 100 Great Supply Chain Partner 2012 by Supply Chain Brain.
Every year for the past 10 years, Supply Chain Brain has allowed and encouraged supply chain professionals to nominate vendors and service providers whose solutions have made a significant impact on their company’s efficiency, customer service and overall supply chain performance.
“Nominations were received for hundreds of trading partners in every aspect of supply chain management. The 2012 July/August issue of Supply Chain Brain magazine was impressed that their customers took the time to write and let us know” — Brad Berger, Publisher of Supply Chain Brain.
After receiving the award Systems Logic President and CEO Anthony Allwood states “Our clients are always looking at new and innovative ways to bring value to their business and customers. With growing demands to be more competitive in our ever changing economic landscape, Systems Logic has worked hard to maintain our customer centric goals and extremely high levels of service over the last decade,” continued Allwood, “With our organizational knowledge in supply chain execution and third party warehousing in several key verticals our organization is positioned to help our clients achieve outstanding supply chain excellence.”
“Being recognized by our clients is the ultimate reward we can hope for as an organization.” says Allwood “I would like to thank the team at Systems Logic for their continued efforts to help our clients succeed every day.”
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