We are so proud and honored to have been selected as Supply Chain Pioneer of the Year by the Gwinnett Chamber.
Partnership Gwinnett, in collaboration with Gwinnett Technical College, announced the winners of the 10th annual Movers & Makers Awards presented by NAI Brannen Goddard today during a ceremony at Infinite Energy Forum. The event also featured a keynote address from Waffle House, Inc. President and CEO, Walter G. Ehmer.
“I am so proud of the Movers & Makers winners and nominees at this year’s award ceremony, especially given the challenges of the past year,” said Gwinnett Board of Commissioners Chairwoman Nicole Love Hendrickson. “Manufacturing and supply chain play a pivotal role in Gwinnett County’s strong and vital economy, so it’s great to see a celebration of our community partners’ successes.”
The Cutting Board Company was awarded with Supply Chain Pioneer of the Year: This award recognized top suppliers based on their size within Gwinnett County.
Over 200-community leaders and industry experts attended the 2021 Movers & Makers Awards both in-person and virtually to celebrate excellence within their field. It is the largest event of its kind in Georgia and the County’s annual recognition of Gwinnett-based companies involved in manufacturing, processing, or distribution.
“Gwinnett Tech is committed to ensuring our manufacturing and logistics companies have the qualified and sustainable workforce they need to be successful,” said Dr. D. Glen Cannon, President of Gwinnett Technical College, “Our students are the best of the best, and our faculty are job skill focused. We are pleased to be a team member with Partnership Gwinnett in recognizing the great companies that call Gwinnett home, and we will continue to work diligently to ensure they always feel there is no better place for their business to thrive and grow.”
“I am honored to stand alongside these brilliant manufacturing and supply chain companies as the project manager for the manufacturing and supply chain industries,” said Jassy Ji, Project Manager at Partnership Gwinnett. “The Movers & Makers Awards celebrate innovation within the industry which pushes these amazing companies to stay ahead of the curve in this technology-driven global market.”
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