CONCORD, N.C. -- Inbound Logistics, the leading trade magazine targeted toward business logistics and supply chain managers, named Cardinal Logistics Management Corporation as one of the 2010 Top 100 3PL Providers, marking the 10th consecutive year Cardinal has earned this honor. Inbound Logistics editors selected this year's Top 100 3PLs from a pool of more than 300 companies.
Each year, Inbound Logistics editors select the best logistics solutions providers by carefully evaluating submitted information, conducting personal interviews and online research, and comparing that data to our readers' burgeoning global supply chain and logistics challenges.
"Inbound Logistics readers say great 3PL relationships are built not just on cost savings but on consistent customer service," said Felecia Stratton, Editor, Inbound Logistics. "Clearly, customer service is fundamental in measuring 3PL excellence. Cardinal Logistics Management provides that level of customer service and that is why it has been recognized by Inbound Logistics editors as a 2010 Top 100 3PL Provider."
About Cardinal Logistics Management Corporation
Headquartered in Concord, N.C., Cardinal is one of the country's leading dedicated transportation solution providers. Cardinal's logistics experts work directly with clients to optimize their supply chains by developing and implementing customized transportation solutions including specialized equipment and handling, and integrated technology. Cardinal's services include dedicated contract carriage, home and jobsite delivery, transportation management, supply chain consulting, warehousing and distribution to companies like AutoZone, Eastman Kodak Company, KraftMaid Cabinetry and Office Depot.
About Inbound Logistics
Inbound Logistics 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.
Source: Cardinal Logistics Management Corp.
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