Two awards for successful performance in Ocean and Logistics cited along with 20-year relationship.
Florham Park, NJ – press release - Maersk was named Ocean Carrier of the Year and International Logistics Partner of the Year by The Home Depot. The company recognized the top performers among its supply chain logistics providers at its 2022 Executive Carrier Council.
The Home Depot Ocean Carrier Partner of the Year award is given to the ocean carrier of the year who consistently demonstrates high booking acceptance, network flexibility, and a high degree of overall partnership. The second award, International Logistics Partner of the Year, recognized Maersk as, “instrumental in ensuring import freight flows successfully from origin factories to destination ports and is cleared timely with U.S. Customs.”
Maersk has been a partner for 20 years with a vast global footprint. Maersk supports our origins and destinations with a dedicated staff who understands The Home Depot’s business and is constantly looking for solutions. Despite the industry challenges in 2021, Maersk was consistent in moving contracted capacity and executing with a high service level.
These two awards mean a lot to our team and our global integrator of supply chain strategy. We look forward to more end-to-end solutions to support The Home Depot’s success in 2022.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, The Home Depot is the world's largest home improvement retailer, operating a total of 2,317 retail stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, 10 Canadian provinces and Mexico. The company relies on its supply chain partners to operate with flexibility and agility to meet customer demand for home improvement products where and when they need it.
Maersk is the global integrator of supply chains, employing an assets-based approach that enables better operational control, accountability and speed of execution. The company deploys a fleet of container vessels (700), operates 76 strategically-located global container terminals, 58 North American distribution and fulfillment centers and a fleet of 250 trucks in the U.S. Maersk is also a founding member of the TradeLens digitization platform for global supply chains.