Spinnaker receives Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine green supply chain award

By Harry Menear
Supply chain consulting firm, Spinnaker, has received the Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine Annual Green Supply Chain Award for 2018. This year...

Supply chain consulting firm, Spinnaker, has received the Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine Annual Green Supply Chain Award for 2018. This year marks the eighth consecutive year that Spinnaker has received the award. The award recognises small-mid and large scale enterprises for leveraging green practices and solutions to drive sustainable practices within their supply chains.

Spinnaker’s service centres around demand/supply planning, procurement and sourcing, logistics and warehousing, and reverse logistics business performance.  The company’s delivery model combines experienced management and technology consultants with a seasoned team of business process outsourcing and 3rd-party logistics professionals.

The company’s projects have diverted 1.5mn pounds of refuse from landfills, redirecting them to remanufacturing, reuse and recycling initiatives.

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Group principal investor, Jeff Jorgensen said “"We are proud to once again receive this award for the 8th year in a row. Spinnaker's focus on its Reduce, Reuse, Remanufacture and Recycle has always been an important objective as a firm, and receiving this award helps to emphasize and support our company's values."

"This year's award recipients place a critical emphasis on green initiatives within their companies and supply chains," says John R. Yuva, editor for Supply & Demand Chain Executive. "Entries provide examples of innovative approaches and impressive metrics of sustainability programs."

"We congratulate this year's honorees for their commitment to sustainability and recognize their tremendous achievements," he continued. "Our honorees serve as role models for supply chains globally to expand their reach and impact of green leadership."

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