This year German companies dominated the shortlist for the Aerospace, Defence & Industrial category. What is more, this was a high scoring sector and that always makes the judging a little more difficult.
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The Public Sector, Services & Utilities category is one of the most difficult awards to judge. The great diversity of entries, from power generation and railways to medical services, makes direct comparison a tough task.
The Team of the Year category is one of the most difficult to assess. Team work can mean very different things to different people. And of course, it would be hard for any supply chain to develop, transform or improve significantly in an environment where
The Individual Contribution Award is different from all the other categories in the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards: you, the reader, nominate the candidates and vote by email for the winner.
Nokia Siemens Networks is the overall winner in this year’s European Supply Chain Excellence Awards, organised by Supply Chain Standard in partnership with PRTM.
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Reward and recognition are fundamental benefits of entering the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards. Leading companies have found that by being involved in Europe’s top awards scheme, they have gained considerable benefits in terms of internal
The European Supply Chain Excellence Awards are now open for entries. These are Europe’s most prestigious awards for supply chain management, having attracted many hundreds of leading companies over the 12 years of the competition.
For the eleventh outing of the ”Supply Chain Standard” European Supply Chain Excellence Awards we were again delighted to have as our partner PRTM and we are very grateful to PRTM and their partners and consultants across Europe for their input this yea
The European Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2007, Sourcing & Procurement Winner: Vodafone Group Services
Among this year’s finalists, two entries stood-out for the Sourcing and Procurement Award – Nuon, from the public sector, utilities and services pool, and Vodafone.