Supply & Demand Chain Executive, the only publication covering the entire global supply chain, and Food Logistics, the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global cold food supply chain, named Consolidated Chassis Management (CCM) as one of the winners of this year’s Top Supply Chain Projects award, which profiles innovative case study-type projects designed to automate, optimize, streamline and improve the supply chain.

CCM, a leading cooperative chassis pool manager, is being recognized for its innovative, forward-looking chassis provisioning model, SACP 3.0, which is revolutionizing the sector and enabling streamlined, seamless cargo flow in the South Atlantic. SACP 3.0 takes the best qualities of both the gray pool and proprietary models and combines them to offer a safe, reliable, cost efficient, and scalable premium service. It offers an upgraded fleet, competitive pricing and a vast network in the following markets: Atlanta, GA; Birmingham, AL; Charleston, SC (off-dock); Charlotte, NC; Jacksonville, FL; Savannah, GA; Tampa, FL; and Wilmington, NC.

“We pride ourselves on our commitment to innovation that facilitates supply chain fluidity, whether it’s in the form of a revolutionary chassis provisioning model with SACP 3.0 or our cutting-edge technology with CIT,” said Mike Wilson, CEO, CCM. “We will continue to invest in fresh, modern concepts that reflect the evolution of the chassis sector and respond to the demands of the marketplace.”

“The past 12 months have seen companies within the supply chain and logistics space upgrade, enhance, adopt and adapt in order to achieve greater efficiency along the chain. Companies implemented others’ software and technology to work smarter, together. Their partnerships cultivated resilience and placed a spotlight on projects designed to make the supply chain space safer and more efficient,” says Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Supply & Demand Chain Executiveand Food Logistics. “And, now it’s time to celebrate those projects!”

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Source: ccm