“We are proud to once again be named to the ‘100 Great’ list, but even more proud of the concrete results we achieved with our client,” commented Ryan Daube, CEO and co-founder of AFN.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 27, 2015
May 27, 2015 -- AFN®, an award-winning logistics and supply chain company, has been recognized by Supply & Demand Chain Executive in the publication’s 2015 “100 Great Supply Chain Projects.” More than 200 projects were submitted for consideration. AFN has been named to the “100 Great Supply Chain Projects” list each year since 2012.
AFN was recognized for a successful supply chain solution the firm designed for its client, a private label bottled beverage manufacturer. This solution decreased costs per case by 6%, improved on-time delivery by 8%, reduced the number of shipping days per week from 7 to 3, reduced labor costs, and effectively eliminated all chargebacks from the end retailer. “We are proud to once again be named to the ‘100 Great’ list, but even more proud of the concrete results we achieved with our client,” commented Ryan Daube, CEO and co-founder of AFN.
The 2015 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 are supply chain solution and service providers helping their customers and clients achieve supply chain excellence. They have produced measurable gains in ROI through cost-cutting and increased efficiency, whether in warehouse, transportation, procurement sourcing or any other category in the end-to-end supply chain.
“At AFN, our dedicated team is laser-focused on creating wins for our clients,” said Blaine Barnett, AFN’s president. “This solution is a great example of how AFN works with clients to develop highly customized logistics solutions that help them achieve their goals.”
Serving manufacturers, retailers and motor carriers since 2003, AFN is an award-winning leader in freight brokerage, third party logistics, and transportation management services. AFN is known for its commitment to client service, a proactive approach to fighting cargo theft, and proven expertise in retail compliance. To learn more about AFN, please visit http://www.loadafn.com or call 877-LOAD-AFN.