Our great achievements are recognised with awards!

Posted on December 18th, 2015 by

SpringTide Procurement are proud to have received 3 industry awards!

These include

  • the prestigious Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) 2015 Annual Awards for Excellence in Supply Chain Best Practice
  • Corporate Vision’s 2015 Executive Awards, which acknowledged our “creativity, innovation and passion for service” in Best for Supply Chain Consultancy Services
  • for the second year running, the top spot in Fast Growth 50‘s Professional & Financial Services Category and we maintained our status in the Top Ten of Wales’s Fastest Growing Companies
CILT 2015 Awards

Mike Utting, Managing Director of SpringTide Procurement said; “Recently receiving three awards within days of each other was absolutely amazing.  It was an absolute honour to meet HRH The Princess Royal, who presented us with the CILT 2015 Annual Award for Excellence in Supply Chain Best Practice Award, which we were delighted and proud to have received. It has been a great year for us”

Best for Supply Chain Consultancy Services Awards

In 2014, the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) also recognised SpringTide Procurement in their 2014 Management Awards, making them a Finalist for Best Procurement Consultancy with a project that demonstrated SpringTide’s unrivalled experience of managing the complex procurement of transport and logistics on a large scale.

FastGrowth50 Awards

Our leadership in the field of Procurement is further reflected in a broader achievement earlier this year, when we gained Investors in People Bronze award. All in all, SpringTide can credibly claim to be Champions of Procurement and Best Practice in: service, excellence and thought leadership which are embedded in our culture, with their mantra: “Listen – Create – Deliver.”

SpringTide continues to help provide businesses and organisations with a competitive advantage by helping them to strategically reduce costs, improve supplier relationships, reduce waste, enhance cashflows and ultimately, realise procurements’ contribution to their own internal value-chain.