For the second year running, German companies dominated the Aerospace, Defence, Industrial & Automotive category.
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This was a hard fought category with four good contenders for the prize.
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As always, the Public Sector, Services &Utilities category was a difficult award to judge owing to the great diversity of entries.
As always the Consumer &Retail category drew plenty of entries, but when it came to selecting for the shortlist four stood out from the rest.
Telefónica O2 UK has won the overall award in the 2009 European Supply Chain Excellence Awards, organised by Supply Chain Standard in partnership with PRTM.
The judges in the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2009 have released details of the shortlisted companies by category
Now is the time to enter the 2009 European Supply Chain Excellence Awards – the gold standard for supply chain operations in Europe. They are organised by Supply Chain Standard in partnership with consultancy PRTM.
This year’s Extended Supply Chain conference will explore ways of maximising collaboration, minimising risk and delivering value – essential factors for surviving the downturn.
Nokia Siemens Networks has followed a radical transformational strategy. The Overall Winner Award is the most highly coveted supply chain award in Europe.
As always, this is a greatly contested category. The Telecoms, Hi-Tech & Electronics sector consistently scores highly and is typically the highest scoring sector in the awards programme owing to its unique demands and its correspondingly advanced practic