PeakLogix has been awarded the prestigious MVP (Most Valuable Partner) Status for 2014 in a program from the industry’s trade association, MHEDA (Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association).
To be among the less than 5% of the association’s membership earning the award, PeakLogix successfully demonstrated a commitment to business excellence, professionalism and good stewardship.
This is the third consecutive year that PeakLogix has been awarded MVP status. To qualify, the company was required to provide evidence of commitment to their customers, employees and suppliers. They must satisfy criteria in the following areas:
- Industry Relations
- Customer Relations
- Peer-to-Peer Networking
- Training for Employees
- Business Best Practices
Mr. Bryan Carey, president of Starrco Co., Inc. who manufactures modular office systems stated, “I have found PeakLogix to be stellar in many ways. Their representation and product knowledge (of our products) has always been accurate, courteous and above all professional in every respect”. PeakLogix also received an exemplary client recommendation from Mr. Ron Smarsh, Distribution Center General Manager at Owens & Minor, who shared “We depend on the expertise provided by the PeakLogix team for engineering and systems design that are specific to our work environment. They have taken the time to understand our needs and improve our business operations. We know that we can rely on their project management process and can depend on excellent customer service from their client support staff.”
“MHEDA is proud to recognize the team at PeakLogix for their high standards of performance in the material handling industry,” said 2013 MHEDA President Jerry Weidmann of Wisconsin Lift Truck Corp., “MVP distributors’ commitment to industry best practices is commendable.”
The Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA) is the only national trade association dedicated solely to improving the proficiency of the independent material handling distributor. MHEDA represents approximately 650 companies in the material handling equipment business. Located in suburban Chicago, the association provides services to companies seeking to improve their business through education, networking, benchmarking and best practices. For more information, visit www.mheda.org.