CaseStack CEO Recognized as “Supply & Demand Chain Executive” Provider Pro to Know 2010
Having established one of the fastest growing companies in America, CaseStack CEO Dan Sanker was recognized for the third time as a 2010 Provider Pro to Know today by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine.
CaseStack, a logistics outsourcing company focused on providing innovative supply chain solutions to consumer packaged goods, was founded by Sanker in 1999. This year, Sanker is one of 25 individual Practitioner Pros to Know recognized by the magazine. The Practitioner Pros to Know is a listing of exceptional corporate executives at manufacturing and non-manufacturing enterprises who demonstrate leadership during the current economic downturn by managing risk in the supply chain, providing a competitive advantage and/or delivering value to the bottom line. Individuals are selected based on the innovative approaches taken to enable customers to thrive despite the current economic recession and the results that their customers have realized in adopting these initiatives.
Sanker’s vision for CaseStack stemmed from the fact that mid-sized companies have an increasingly difficult time managing logistics. Sanker’s company delivers Fortune-500 caliber technology that allows its customers to manage their entire logistics operation on a web-based platform, from obtaining quotes to filling retail orders to tracking shipments and inventory levels. By focusing on optimizing supply chain efficiency, CaseStack’s programs, including the successful retailer-driven consolidation program, provide sustainable, cost-effective logistics solutions.
“I am honored to be among those chosen for Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Pros to Know list,” said Sanker. “This award is a reflection of all the hard work that everybody in the CaseStack team continues to put in to achieve the company’s consistent growth.”
“Our goal with the annual Practitioner Pros to Know listing is not only to highlight outstanding Supply Chain executives and their accomplishments but also to turn a spotlight onto the initiatives that leading organizations are undertaking to give their companies a competitive advantage as the economy emerges from the Great Recession,” said Andrew K. Reese, editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive. “These executives serve as role models for other Supply Chain practitioners looking to bring their own organizations through these turbulent times.”