Earning Industry Honors

Nov 04, 2010


 Who says Atlas lives up to its quality commitment?
Answer: Logistics and supply-chain decision-makers.

More than 5400 influencers, buyers and users of transportation services evaluated their providers in this year's Quest for Quality Awards. A total of 108 companies earned recognition in 19 categories. Atlas was one of four carriers of household and high-value goods to win the award.

Logistics Management magazine conducts the annual industry ranking, which is now in its 27th year. Evaluations take into consideration performance in five areas: On-time Performance; Value; Customer Service; Information Technology; and Equipment & Operations. Each factor is weighted for its relative importance to all respondents.

"We are pleased to again receive this recognition by the industry," says Atlas Chairman and CEO Glen Dunkerson. "It substantiates the commitment of integrity, quality and solutions we make to every customer. It is gratifying to know they value that commitment, and Atlas continues to deliver on it."

Quest for Quality results appeared in the August issue of Logistics Management. Representatives of the publication presented the awards formally on September 27, during the annual conference of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals in San Diego, California.




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