PORTSMOUTH, N.H., April 21, 2014 – Sam’s Club honored LEGACY Supply Chain Services with the 2013 3PL Partner of the Year Award for improving their supply chain operations.
“We are pleased to honor LEGACY Supply Chain Services with the 3PL Partner of the Year Award,” said Brian Johnson, Sr. Director of Sam’s Club Logistics. “LEGACY’s continued focus on innovation, synergies and relationship has allowed continued improvement and growth within our two networks.”
The selection of LEGACY Supply Chain Services for the Sam’s Club 3PL Partner of the Year Award distinguishes and recognizes LEGACY’s commitment to high-touch service and superior, industry-leading performance as a third-party logistics provider.
“We are proud of this recognition from Sam’s Club. Our team’s high-touch service on this account demonstrates our commitment to performance and ongoing continuous improvement,” said LEGACY Supply Chain Services President Mike Glodziak.
LEGACY engineers supply chain solutions so high-volume retailers like Sam’s Club can continue to successfully and efficiently offer goods and services to those customers who rely on them.
About LEGACY Supply Chain Services
LEGACY Supply Chain Services is a third-party logistics provider with nearly 40 years of supply chain experience. LEGACY’s North American distribution footprint includes dedicated and multi-client space in 50 locations, across 19 states and 3 Canadian provinces. Full-service solutions include warehousing & distribution, international & domestic transportation, customs & compliance, and installation services. LEGACY excels at providing high-touch service to clients across industries including Consumer Goods, Technology, Industrial Manufacturing, Retail, Food & Beverage, Aftermarket Automotive, Life Sciences, and Government.
For more information, visit us at https://www.LEGACYscs.com/.
LEGACY Supply Chain Services Media Contact:
Rick Dempsey, VP Marketing
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