REALIZING SUPPLY CHAIN SUCCESS

June 22, 2016

The bridge graphic was selected to illustrate that a firm’s journey to achieve supply chain and business superiority must align a variety of resources and the firm’s environment. The environment is composed of both internal and external elements, and the resources include a combination of assets, skills, competencies, and capabilities

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Challenger Motor Freight Inc

Challenger is a North American leader in the supply chain industry and has been since its inception in 1975. The Challenger Group employs more than 2,000 people and operates approximately 1,500 trucks and 3,300 trailers. As one of the largest privately owned truckload carriers in Canada, Challenger has been consistently recognized by its customers and within the industry for the outstanding quality of its services.

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