Cloud Logistics Wins Industry Awards

January 18, 2017 Topics: Announcements, News

Sedlak congratulates Cloud Logistics, an innovator and provider of next-generation transportation management systems (TMS), for recently being named the recipient of two industry awards.

The company was named to the Food Logistics 100+ Top Food & Beverage Software and Technology Providers list, a resource guide of software and technology providers whose products and services are critical for companies in the global food and beverage supply chain.

“The software and technology sector continues to generate new and exciting opportunities for growers, food manufacturers, grocery retailers and the many logistics providers that support them,” notes Lara L. Sowinski, editorial director at Food Logistics.

Cloud Logistics was also recognized by Supply & Demand Chain Executive with the Green Supply Chain Award for providing solutions and services that assist customers in achieving measurable sustainability goals.

“Our honorees are showing that the bottom line and corporate responsibility are not mutually exclusive,” says Garrett, editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive.

According to Dennis Heppner, a Sedlak manager and transportation services leader, the TMS marketplace is continuing to evolve and improve.

“We’re seeing more innovative solutions that allow our clients to effectively manage their transportation operations,” Heppner says. “Shippers of all sizes and industry verticals can now find tremendous value in these systems that was not previously available.”

Sedlak offers a full spectrum of transportation management services, including TMS provider selection and implementation. To learn more, fill out the Contact Us section below. 

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