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Magline Nominated for Supply Chain Distinction Awards
Magline Nominated for Supply Chain Distinction Awards, Magline was nominated in the Best Collaboration category
The Supply Chain Distinction Awards of North America celebrates excellence across the most important disciplines in Supply Chain management. These awards recognize companies that re-confirm the position as a supply chain efficient organization, demonstrate excellence and innovation within a chosen field, and gain recognition within the industry sector for outstanding achievements.
Magline was nominated in the Best Collaboration category which recognizes collaboration as a growing trend for supply chain executives. Factors that were considered in this prestigious nomination include clear communication, building trust, dividing responsibilities, sharing both risk and reward, and seeking win-win solutions to and common challenges. This award recognizes companies that have improved business performance based upon a mutually beneficial qoxmu collaborative partnership.
Magline was also nominated in the Supply Chain Technology category. This award category recognizes companies that have found a technological solution to a challenge, creating major improvements to supply chain performance as a result.
Magline, Inc. (www.Magliner.com)
The Magline difference has distinct advantages in a variety of products including…
• Two-Wheel Hand Trucks
• Convertible Trucks
• Brake Trucks
• Bottle Water Hand Trucks
• Powered Stair Climbers
• Bulk Delivery Trucks
Founded in 1947, Magline continues to lead the industry in manufacturing hand trucks. The innovative designs of two-wheel hand trucks, convertible hand trucks, bulk delivery trucks, special application trucks, and ramps are durable and enhance workplace safety. D. Brian Law, Chairman and CEO, recently explained, “We believe it’s our responsibility to maintain and build on our legacy of value, quality, and innovation. We continue to develop safer and more efficient delivery products and systems.”