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It's Been 16 Years - OHL Recognized Again as Inbound Logistics Top 100 3PL Provider

BRENTWOOD, Tenn., Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- OHL, a leading Third Party Logistics Provider (3PL), has been listed as a Top 100 3PL provider by Inbound Logistics (IL) magazine.  ILs' Top 100 3PL Provider's list serves as a qualitative assessment of 3PL service providers.

OHL makes Inbound Logistics Top 100 3PL list 16 years in a row.

"Being listed as one of the Top 100 3PL providers by IL is not an honor we take lightly," says Randy Curran, OHL Chief Executive Officer.  "Being listed several times in a row is even more of a privilege to us because the selection criterion is based on input from industry peers, IL judges who are subject matter experts and most importantly IL readers of whom many are our customers.  This listing becomes a source of validation for us as we continuously work to provide our clients with the very best in overall service."

Each year, IL editors select the best logistics solutions providers by carefully evaluating submitted information, conducting personal interviews and online research while comparing that data to their readers' growing global supply chain and logistics challenges.  The IL editors selected this year's class of Top 100 3PLs from a pool of more than 300 companies. The service providers selected are companies that, in the opinion of IL editors, offer the diverse operational capabilities and experience to meet readers' unique supply chain and logistics needs.

"Evaluating and determining how to tackle many of today's complex supply chain challenges that are germane to a company's overall success is not easy," says Felecia Stratton, Inbound Logistics Editor.  "Our Inbound Logistics editors know this and are very careful in their assessment of who to add to our annual Top 100 3PL Providers list. OHL was chosen because of its ability to provide its customers with excellent operational performance and efficiency while meeting the customer's unique needs across multiple channels, ultimately providing just the right mix for an integrated solution."

About OHL

OHL is one of the largest 3PLs in the world, providing integrated global supply chain management solutions including transportation management, warehousing, customs brokerage, freight forwarding, and import and export consulting services. OHL operates more than 130 value-added distribution centers, offers comprehensive transportation management services, employs nearly 7,000, and has offices worldwide. OHL has expertise in direct-to-consumer fulfillment, serves a wide range of business sectors from specialty retail to manufacturing, and specializes in the apparel, electronics, healthcare, printing, food and beverage, and consumer packaged goods industries. www.ohl.com

About Inbound Logistics

Inbound Logistics the leading trade magazine targeted toward business logistics and supply chain managers. The magazine's editorial mission is to help companies of all sizes better manage corporate resources by speeding and reducing inventory and supporting infrastructure and better matching demand signals to supply lines. More information is available at www.inboundlogistics.com.

Media Contact:
Dell Johnson
OHL, Marketing and Communications Manager
(615)401-6437
[email protected] 

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