Schneider Named Best in 06

Schneider Logistics, Inc. (Green Bay, Wis.), an international logistics provider and part of the Schneider National enterprise, announced it has received the 2006 Best Third-Party Provider Award from the Voluntary Interindustry Commerce Solutions (VICS) Association.

Schneider received the award this year for the creation and implementation of Sumit GlobalView Integration Services Platform which integrates information from a broad network of supply chain technology solutions, vendors and clients and presents the data to end users in the most efficient way possible. The VICS Collaborative Commerce Achievement Awards honor outstanding creative thinking and leadership in conjunction with VICS and GS1 U.S. standards utilization to develop effective supply chain partnerships. This is the second time Schneider National has been recognized by VICS for excellence in the industry.

"We are honored to be recognized by VICS for our new and creative technologies that will offer comprehensive international logistics services and improve global supply chain management for our clients," said Tom Escott, president, Schneider Logistics. "We are committed to providing our clients with the most advanced and effective logistics solutions to improve visibility and create operational efficiencies across the global supply chain."

Schneider collaborated with AGI Worldwide Inc., a leading global provider of supply chain execution solutions and services, to develop Sumit GlobalView. The tracking system is secure, easy to use and highly interactive with customized features specific to each client's unique needs.

The VICS Association is dedicated to establishing a global leadership role in the ongoing improvement of product flow and information throughout the entire retail supply chain. VICS Association members are key retail, manufacturing and transportation companies whose executives collaborate to improve the future of the retail industry for all its participants.

Source: Schneider Logistics, Inc.

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