ASCG CEO receives MBE

Advanced Supply Chain Group’s (ASCG) CEO, Mike Danby, has received an MBE for his services to business and the local community. He collected the honour at a ceremony which took place on 16 November 2018 at St James’s Palace, London.

This news comes as the international supply chain experts celebrates 21 years of business, being founded in 1997 after an MBO. Headquartered in Bradford, the company has bases across the UK and Europe. Over recent months the business has opened up bases within Dubai – operating as Advanced Intelligent Supply Chain – and in the Czech Republic.

The business now works with some of the world’s most successful and fast-growing retailers. With a focus on developing its employees and innovating within the sector through its own bespoke technology. Mike is also on the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) committee.

Mike Danby, CEO of ASCG said: “The business’ evolution has taken it from garment processor to technology-led supply chain partner. Our focus remains on working with clients to provide bespoke solutions to streamline supply chains while improving visibility to ultimately save time and money. Both our Czech and Dubai bases have strengthened our ability to deliver this across a number of clients and, with our sights firmly set on progressing global expansion plans, this will continue to be our direction of travel.”

 

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