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Summit & LOG-NET renew supply chain partnership
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LOG-NET Inc, an industry leader in international web-based supply chain execution solutions, is proud to announce that Summit Logistics has renewed and expanded their contract for supply chain management services.

Summit Logistics International originally contracted with LOG-NET in early 2007 to provide a web-based application to manage their global supply chain. Today marks a renewal of the original agreement and expands its scope of their NVOCC services and their domestic warehouse and distribution operations.

Summit Logistics International offers a unique network of strategic logistics services, such as overseas consolidation, air freight forwarding, warehousing and distribution, cross-dock, transload, purchase order management, customs brokerage and trucking. Using the LOG-NET application, Summit Logistics International can provide importers and exporters a competitive advantage in managing their global supply chains.

At the same time allowing their FMI International multi-facility clients to have one source of information on the status of their inventory at all times. Summit Logistics International can also customized reports through the LOG-NET system, with real-time visibility to inventory levels via the Internet.

“We are excited to continue our partnership with LOG-NET," states Mike Johnson, SVP of Operations, Summit Logistics International. "Our customers have always been extremely pleased with LOG-NET's functionality and dependable performance.

Unlike some of the ocean portals in the marketplace, LOG-NET is carrier neutral giving our customer greater flexibility when choosing ocean carriers. As Summit Logistics embarks on this new era, we are confident that LOG-NET will continue to provide our customers with the visibility and services they need."

John Painter, V.P. of Worldwide Sales at LOG-NET Inc noted, "We strongly believe the combination of LOG-NET and Summit Logistics is a strategic fit, providing numerous benefits to their customers. Summit Logistics is using LOG-NET to drive competitive advantage into its business model. LOG-NET is committed to their success and proud to have them as a client.”

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