Dematic, a leading global supplier of integrated automated technology, software and services to optimise the supply chain, has been named Honeywell’s Top Revenue Performing Partner 2017 in ASEAN & ANZ, and recognised for Largest Deal Won of the Year 2017.
The Award was presented to Brian Lang, Dematic’s Director of Real Time Logistics, at Honeywell’s Safety and Productivity Solutions ASEAN & ANZ Partner Conference in Vietnam recently.
“Congratulations to Dematic’s Real Time Logistics group for receiving multiple awards once again at our annual ASEAN & ANZ Partner Conference,” said Raj Singh from Honeywell Productive Products. “The awards recognise that Dematic is an ongoing leader when it comes to offering solutions for the entire supply chain that help their customers improve their operations.”
Brian Lang said Dematic was proud to receive the acknowledgment as a leader in supply chain technology.
“Dematic is excited to once again receive recognition from Honeywell, this year as their Asia Pacific Top Revenue Performing Partner 2017 and also for achieving the largest deal of the year in 2017,” said Mr Lang.
“Dematic has worked closely with Honeywell for many years and we both share a strong commitment to providing customers with a wide range of solutions that are designed to improve business processes.”
Further information: Dematic Pty Limited, 24 Narabang Way, Belrose NSW 2085, Australia. Tel: +61 2 9486 5555. www.realtimelogistics.com.au
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