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SLCM bags Warehouse Excellence Awards 2018

25 Jun 2018

Sohan Lal Commodity Management (SLCM), India’s agri services solutions provider with operations across India & Myanmar has won the Warehouse Excellence Awards 2018

NEW DELHI, 25 June, 2018:  Sohan Lal Commodity Management (SLCM), India’s agri services solutions provider with operations across India & Myanmar has won the ‘Warehouse Excellence Awards 2018’ in the ‘Industry Excellence in Agri-logistics’ category for bringing in the best practices in Logistics and Warehousing for Agri Commodities into India.

The award night was attended by 300+ leading industry leaders and decision makers from across the intralogistics sector.

Speaking about the Award, SLCM Group CEO, Sandeep Sabharwal said, “This award is testament to the hard work by SLCM team which has ushered in an era of digital scientific warehousing. We remain committed to spearheading innovation in the warehousing as part of our endeavor to improve industry standards.”

Ankur Jaipuria, Chief Business Officer, Vipin Aggrawal, Head, CM Operations and Ms. Neeta Israni, Assistant Manager, Corporate Communication at SLCM received the award from Dushyant Arya, Director, Indo Arya Group at the India Warehousing Summit 2018 at Shangri-La Hotel, New Delhi.

Warehouse Excellence Awards is an initiative of Reed Manch Exhibitions (RMX), India to recognise and facilitate logistics companies that are constantly evolving themselves, upgrading their current facilities, technologies and redefining their processes.

The award aims to highlight & promote companies and their best practices in the intralogistics sector across 10 exclusive categories. The awards were judged by an eminent jury comprising prominent member of the intralogistics community, with the right experience and eye to choose the winners.

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