AFS Logistics Project Lassoes Top Supply Chain Award

AFS wins Supply and Demand Chain Executives Top Supply Chain Award for 2022

A successful effort to help a western wear retailer rein in high transportation costs has just earned AFS a key industry accolade.

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve been named one of this year’s Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Top Supply Chain Projects award winners.  

The annual awards spotlight successful and innovative transformation projects that deliver bottom-line value to enterprises across a range of functions. AFS received its 2022 honor because of two initiatives (negotiating a contract with a new parcel carrier and introducing a TMS for inbound freight) that allowed the western wear retailer to reduce its parcel spend by 14% and its LTL spend by 17%.  

“We’d be bleeding millions of dollars in excess freight costs if we didn’t have AFS,” the retailer’s CFO said when describing the winning project. “They do everything more efficiently than we could.”  

To get more particulars, check out this case study on our website. And to learn more about the Supply & Demand Chain Executive awards themselves, visit



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