A triumphant evening at the Global Freight Awards

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The team at Advanced Supply Chain Group (ASCG) marked the beginning of the awards season in London last week, when they attended a champagne reception at the beautiful Lancaster London Hotel, for the Global Freight Awards 2017.

We were thrilled to be a finalist in the Supply Chain Partnership category, sponsored by CNS, in collaboration with Asos for delivering our intelligent logistics solution.

It was certainly worth the trip to London as we successfully fought off strong competition from the very best within the global freight and logistics industry, taking home the winner’s trophy from our category.

CEO, Mike Danby, commented: “We would like to say a huge thank you to Asos who time and time again choose to put their trust in us to deliver an unrivalled service. They continue to lead the way across ecommerce and we are thrilled to work with a partner who share our innovative vision for the supply chain. It is only through these partnerships that the supply chain will continue to evolve.”

The team will also be heading to a number of additional glittering ceremonies over the coming months, as the business has been shortlisted in a number of other prestigious awards, including the Drapers Awards, the FTA Awards and BIFA Awards 2017.

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