Thursday, May 13, 2010
WESCO receives company award
By SUE WATSON
For the second time, WESCO Distribution of Byhalia has been chosen by its management for recognition as the Distribution Center of the Year.
WESCO is a Fortune 500 Company that has 400 locations globally to include seven North American Distribution Centers. WESCO is a leading North American distributor of products and provider of supply chain services to their customers according to Steve Sturgeon, manager for the Byhalia center. The electrical products are manufactured by many suppliers for WESCO distribution and include suppliers like Thomas and Betts, 3M, Crouse Hinds and Phillips Lighting.
Byhalia was chosen for the same recognition in 2004. Sturgeon said the Byhalia center was chosen because of improvements in a number of categories including productivity, expense management, and customer satisfaction.
The Byhalia center has 25 employees and ships products mainly to the Southeastern region of the United States to such cities as Memphis, Tenn.; Metarie, Louisiana; Nashville, Tenn.; and Houston, Texas. The facility opened in 1992.
Larry Mosier, vice president of distribution, expressed joy in the accomplishments of the Byhalia center. He complimented the employees on their focus on customer service as well as operational efficiency.
Employees were treated to lunch Thursday as well as other items of recognition by the company.
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