JF Hillebrand recognised as “Best Logistics Company” at annual Drinks Business Awards

By Sean Galea-Pace
The world’s leading logistics provider of the beverage trade, JF Hillebrand, has been announced as the ‘Best Logistics Company’ at the annual Drin...

The world’s leading logistics provider of the beverage trade, JF Hillebrand, has been announced as the ‘Best Logistics Company’ at the annual Drinks Business Awards.

Having won the competition for a 12th and sixth consecutive time since the awards began 17 years ago, the ceremony was held during the London Wine Fair on Tuesday, May 21.

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The judges announced: “It was, once again, difficult to pick any holes at all in a strong pitch from this global logistics business, which may be 175 years old, but is innovative, inventive and totally up to date with trends, issues and opportunities.”

According to a recent survey by agency BBDO, customers confirmed that: “In comparison with their competitors, JF Hillebrand stand out for: having the most complete end-to-end solutions, understanding the sector better than anyone else, efficient customer service and the size and strength of their global network.”

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