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Sedlak Supply Chain Consultants Featured in Retail Merchandiser and in Supply Chain World

April 1, 2019 Topics: Media, News

After celebrating 60-years in business, Sedlak Supply Chain Consultants was recently featured in Retail Merchandiser and Supply Chain World.  With a focus on Sedlak’s healthcare and retail clients, the article highlights challenges common across industries, and provides examples of Sedlak’s ability to bring order from chaos

Excerpt:

“We take a long view of our client relationships and successes,” Patrick Sedlak says. “We are a family-owned and run business, so we can make investments into our business that other, publicly owned firms cannot.”

The company will also host events recognizing the work of its associates, many of whom have worked there for 13 or more years. “We would not have made it as far as we have if we didn’t have the best associates,” he adds. “I’m proud of the teams we have supporting our clients.”

Click to read the article in Retail Merchandiser or in Supply Chain World. Contact us at info@jasedlak.com if you have any questions.

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