Distributor of the Year Award winner named

Distributor of the Year Award winner named

Absolute Storage Systems has won SSI SCHAEFER’s 2017 Distributor of the Year Award.

Members of the senior management team presented the award to Scott Giles, Absolute Storage Systems CEO at the annual Distributor meeting held in Sydney.

Taking out the award in 2017 means that Absolute Storage have won this award a total of seven times. The annual award recognises the distributor’s excellent sales performance, its promotion of SSI SCHAEFER products and its willingness to work in partnership.

“Working collaboratively has allowed us all to do well this year and to serve our customers better,” said Brett Thirup, general manager, Integrated Standard Solutions & Combi Logistics Systems for SSI SCHAEFER. “All staff at Absolute Storage need to be congratulated.”

Scott Giles, CEO of Absolute Storage Systems said: “It’s another pleasing win for 2017 and our 7th win overall which really demonstrates our on-going efforts to not only be the #1 distributor for SSI SCHAEFER but a leader across the market. Every staff member at Absolute understands that our client’s growth is our growth and they work hard to support the clients and deliver on the promises and expectations. Winning this award again validates their efforts, which is great.”

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