AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- Plex Systems, Inc., provider of manufacturing ERP software, Plex Online, today announced that its customer, Phoenix Logistics, was recognized with the PM100 “High Achiever” award for Data and Integration Mastery at yesterday’s Progressive Manufacturing 100 Award Gala in Palm Beach, Fla.
Phoenix Logistics, a leading aerospace and defense supplier, was one of five Plex Systems customers selected earlier this year to receive Managing Automation’s PM100 Award. The “High Achiever” award was presented to one company in each of eight categories, including Data and Integration Mastery. The High Achiever announcements were made live at the Palm Beach award gala. Ben Sommerville, chief operating officer of Phoenix Logistics, was on hand to accept the special award.
“Receiving this award is truly an honor and testament to all of the hard work by each and every Phoenix Logistics Associate,” said Sommerville. “Our company mission is to enhance the success of our customers, associates, and suppliers, and this award is proof that we are truly accomplishing this.”
“Phoenix Logistics has experienced incredible growth in the past two years,” continued Sommerville, “and having the right team and integrated system has made the growth, and this award, possible.”
The PM100 awards are presented annually by Managing Automation to recognize best-in-class manufacturers from around the world that are using advanced technologies to achieve business transformations. Phoneix Logistics was recognized for the added value it has achieved with its fully integrated manufacturing system, Plex Online.
Four additional Plex Online users were honored with PM100 awards at yesterday’s award gala. These recipients were Cuisine Solutions, Inteva Products, Ralco Industries, and GR Spring & Stamping.
“Congratulations to Phoenix Logistics and all five of these outstanding companies,” said Plex Systems President and CEO Mark Symonds. “They have set and met ambitious performance, productivity and profitability goals, and they provide shining examples of what can be achieved in manufacturing today.”