Inbound Logistics Selects OL&T as Top 100 3PL Provider
DANBURY, Conn. (Aug. 3, 2009) — Odyssey Logistics & Technology Corporation (OL&T), a global logistics and transportation service provider for the chemical and process industries was selected by the Inbound Logistics editors as one of the Top 100 3PL Providers. This marks the fifth consecutive year in which OL&T has been selected for this distinction. In the past decade, this prestigious award has provided a mark of excellence for the chosen companies.
“Odyssey Logistics & Technology qualifies as an Inbound Logistics 2009 Top 100 3PL Provider because it has shown consistent results in transforming customers’ logistics and supply networks, businesses, and enterprises. Tactical operational results are fundamental to 3PL value, but so is the strategic vision of experienced logistics providers. Today’s business logistics leaders say they appreciate 3PLs and managed service providers like OL&T that are proactive, take the lead in offering suggestions, and help transform the enterprise,” commented Felecia Stratton, editor, Inbound Logistics.
“We are extremely proud to be recognized by Inbound Logistics,” said Robert Shellman, CEO & president of Odyssey Logistics & Technology. “Our team of experts works diligently to develop strategic plans to help our clients drive efficiency in their supply chains and lower their costs. Our technology and connectivity have proven to be stellar examples of being on the cutting edge in logistics and transportation services enabling our clients to reach their business objectives.”
TOP 100 Selection Methodology For Inbound Logistics editors, selecting the annual Top 100 3PL Providers demands a great deal of industry and analysis, given the pace of change and the number of new entrants in the global outsourcing market. More than 300 companies submitted questionnaires for consideration this year, and IL editors conducted a diligent process of evaluating these surveys and speaking with companies and customers, in addition to conducting online research. The service providers the editors selected possess skill sets and resources capable of matching most outsourcing needs.
Editors make their selection with the goal of providing a balanced and accurate assessment of readers’ needs and the 3PLs best-suited to meet their specific requirements.