All Dimensions Manufacturing, Inc. and RLS Enterprises, Inc are named the 2010 Customers of the Year by MFG.com for excellence in Strategic Sourcing.
ATLANTA, Jan. 24, 2011 – MFG.com, the largest global sourcing marketplace for the manufacturing industry, today announced its annual “Customer of the Year” Award winners for excellence in Strategic Sourcing on both the Buy and Supply side of the Manufacturing ecosystem. The candidates for these awards were judged based on marketing proficiency, business acumen, MFG.com ratings given to them by their customers, and other performance criteria inside of and away from the MFG.com marketplace.
The 2010 Strategic Sourcing Customer of the Year award on the Supply side has been earned by All Dimensions Manufacturing, Inc., of Oakdale, Minnesota (www.alldimensionsmfg.com). The company is an all-purpose precision machining manufacturer owned by Greg Suski. Among the noteworthy characteristics that earned Mr. Suski this award are an exceptional MFG.com rating (4.5 out of 5 stars), an extremely strong MFG.com profile and presence in the marketplace, and solid communications skills with customers and prospects.
On the Buy side, MFG.com’s Strategic Sourcing Customer of the Year award for 2010 goes to RLS Enterprises, Inc., of New Brunswick, New Jersey (www.rlsenterprises.com). Some of RLS’s distinguishing performance metrics in the marketplace are a 4.5-star rating from suppliers, an 86% online award rate to MFG.com Supplier members, and a stellar MFG.com Buyer profile to assist Suppliers in their due diligence.
Both winners have been notified, and will receive official plaques in recognition of these awards. Both companies are the inaugural winners of MFG.com’s Strategic Sourcing Customer of the Year awards.
Mitch Free, Founder & CEO of MFG.com said of the winners, “These companies help to show the vitality of manufacturing and the excellence in the many businesses we serve everyday on MFG.com. What’s most impressive – and was so difficult in this first award cycle – was distinguishing from the scores of companies that qualified. These two fine manufacturers should rightly take great pride in this achievement, because they went up against some of the best in the world and came out on top.”
MFG.com is the largest global sourcing marketplace for the manufacturing industry. MFG.com's platform enables companies to intelligently connect, source, collaborate and perform due diligence with transparency and intellectual property protection. It supports virtually all manufacturing processes and industrial components, is in seven major languages, more than 50 currencies and has more than 200,000 manufacturers and members on five continents. MFG.com is based in Atlanta and has offices in Shanghai and Paris. For more information: www.MFG.com & www.mfg.com/textiles.