DOWNERS GROVE, Ill.
Nov. 4, 2010
, a division of
Hub Group, Inc.
(Nasdaq: HUBG), has been named one of the top logistics providers for the second consecutive year by readers of Inbound Logistics magazine in its annual "Top 10 3PL Excellence" awards program.
"Cutting transport costs is always important, but
readers say great 3PL relationships are built not just on cost savings but on consistent customer service," states
. "Readers tell us they are required to meet more stringent levels of supply chain performance to keep their customers satisfied. Clearly, customer service is fundamental in measuring 3PL excellence.
provides that level of customer service and that is why they have been recognized by
editors as a 2010 Top 10 3PL Provider."
The Top 10 3PL Awards are based on ballots received from
. This year, more than 9,500 respondents cast their votes, including a wide spectrum of supply chain professionals.
"We are very excited to be considered a Top 10 3PL by
for the second year in a row," said
, Executive Vice President of
. "This award reflects our commitment to provide our customers with supply chain solutions that drive out costs and increase visibility through superior customer service and cutting edge technology."
The results of the annual Top 10 3PL survey conducted by
continue to set the stage for service excellence and efficiencies among all third party logistics providers. For more information on the Top 10 3PLs visit:
ABOUT UNYSON LOGISTICS
is a division of Hub Group, Inc. that specializes in enhancing supply chain performance by leveraging industry-leading practices, experienced professionals and state of the art technology.
provides management solutions that support our client's strategic initiatives while delivering supply chain excellence.
ABOUT INBOUND LOGISTICS
Inbound Logistics is the leading trade magazine targeted toward business logistics and supply chain managers. The magazine's editorial mission is to help companies of all sizes better manage corporate resources by speeding and reducing inventory and supporting infrastructure, and better matching demand signals to supply lines. More information is available at
SOURCE Unyson Logistics