Company News SupplyChainBrain Selects ICAT Logistics as a “100 Great Supply Chain Partner of 2018”

October 11, 2018

For the second time, ICAT Logistics, Inc. is honored to be named a 100 Great Supply Chain Partner of 2018 by SupplyChainBrain, the world’s most comprehensive supply chain management information resource.

Each year, SupplyChainBrain readers voice their opinions about thousands of supply chain partners, but only the top 100 most-nominated are placed on the list. To qualify as a “great” supply chain partner, a company must bring ten important characteristics to the proverbial supply chain “table.” These include reliability, excellence, value, expertise, problem-solving skills, continuous improvement, support, a positive attitude, global reach, and strong leadership.

What was the trending response of ICAT Logistics’ customers?
“Their attention to detail is what sets them apart.”

And, with a brand promise of “One Call, Right Solution…DONE! we make sure we deliver on that promise each day, not only to our customers, but also to our ICAT agency partners, vendors, and international agents.

Brad Berger, Publisher of SupplyChainBrain, sent a message to all recipients of this year’s list:

“For sixteen years running, SupplyChainBrain has published our much-anticipated list of 100 Great Supply Chain Partners—a select group of companies whose customers recognize them for providing outstanding solutions and services.

Our six-month online poll of supply chain professionals requires a qualified response, asking them 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.

This year’s field of nominees was competitive and inspiring—coming from all sectors of supply chain management. Your company should be proud to be named amongst the 100 Great!”

ICAT Logistics, Inc. appeared in the 2018 October issue of SupplyChainBrain magazine as an honored member of this year’s 100 Great Supply Chain Partners.

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