August 30, 2017 – Breakthrough, a Green Bay-based transportation energy management firm, was honored with the Supplier of the Year Award from Nestlé in the USA for their contributions to the food and beverage company.
The award is given through Nestlé’s North America Procurement Supplier Relationship Program, which ensures that the company and their suppliers continue to deliver a competitive advantage.
This prestigous award recognizes Breakthrough for their work on Nestlé’s energy management strategy in the USA. In 2016, Nestlé and Breakthrough developed the Go Forward Fuel Strategy, which allowed the company to reduce costs and their annual emissions by an estimated 34.1 million kilograms of CO2.
“At Breakthrough, we pride ourselves in the ability to create forward-thinking solutions,” said Craig Dickman, Breakthrough founder and CEO. “We value our relationship with Nestlé and are honored to receive this award.”
Breakthrough continues to help Nestlé actively manage their global costs and environmental impact by creating fuel cost transparency, reducing emissions, and improving efficiency.
Breakthrough is a groundbreaking energy management company, helping shippers around the world achieve transparency and remove distortion from their transportation supply chains. Using patented strategies and expert industry insights to improve supply chain efficiency, Breakthrough cuts energy costs and consumption while reducing emissions. In 2016, Breakthrough helped its clients save more than 6.3 million gallons of fuel and reduced their collective carbon footprint by more than 75 thousand metric tons of CO2. The firm has received the prestigious “Winning Through Innovation” award from Unilever and is a five-time recipient of Procter & Gamble’s “External Business Partner Excellence Award.” Learn more at www.breakthroughfuel.com.
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